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On a late September weekend, the 54th edition of the most popular Polish Song Festival, the National Festival of Polish Song, was held in the Millennium Amphitheatre in the city of Opole in south-western Poland. This festival is the annual celebration of the Polish music scene, transmitted live by the national public broadcaster TVP to a multimillion audience. This year it was also a tribute to one of Poland's greatest artists Maryla Rodowicz, who celebrated her 50th anniversary on stage at the festival. DiGiCo’s SD5, SD12 and SD-Racks, equipped with the latest 32-Bit Mic Pre-Amp cards, played a central role in the event.
Iranian born Israeli singer, songwriter and superstar Rita Yahan-Farouz is back on the road after a break of five years, complete with a new album, “Transparent Miracles”, and a fabulous new lighting and visual design by Ronen Najar, featuring Robe Spiiders and BMFL Spot moving lights.
Multiple Latin Grammy Award winning superstar J Balvin has recently embarked on his Energia world tour, bringing his own brand of Colombian ‘Reggaeton’ to the masses. FOH engineer John Buitrago has followed J Balvin’s relentless journey for the past nine years and knows that when putting together his production, only the very best in audio quality will do. This is precisely why he chose a DiGiCo SD10 for the tour and why he has been using the British manufacturer’s consoles for many years.
The Palace Theatre is one of Saint Paul, Minnesota’s downtown gems. First opened in 1916 as a classic vaudeville and movie venue, it was rescued by the city exactly a century later, after three decades in the dark, and renovated as a live music destination. Within a few months of the new Palace’s first show in March of 2017, the 2,500-capacity venue once again received the royal treatment—this time in the form of a new L-Acoustics K2 PA system installed by local integrator and rental vendor Allied Productions and Sales.
Shows at Planet Hollywood’s venue running on a pair of SD-Series desks have become
the template for production excellence in the Entertainment Capitol of the World and beyond
There are four names right at the centre of Rock’n’Roll history: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood - currently all members of the Rolling Stones, a band, that has been a constant in the Rock’n’Roll Hall of Fame for more than 50 years!
Internationally renowned lighting designer, Durham Marenghi used more than 800 Claypaky fixtures to deliver the two large-scale lighting designs for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (AIMAG), produced by Balich Worldwide Shows, held this year at the Olympic Stadium in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan.
Thirty-Six Robe BMFL Spots were workhorse moving lights on the recent Rolling Stones 'No Filter' European tour, part of a spectacular and epic lighting design created by Patrick Woodroffe.
Blackmagic Design today announced that its Teranex AV broadcast quality standards converter was used for signal conversions on American pop rock band Train’s “Play That Song” summer tour. Several additional Blackmagic Design products were also used on the tour, including a Videohub CleanSwitch 12x12 router with Videohub Smart Control, HyperDeck Studio Pro broadcast deck, SmartView Duo monitor and UltraStudio 4K capture and playback device.
Bandit Lites, the world leader in concert lighting, is thrilled to announce it is heading into its 50th anniversary with a nomination for Pollstar’s Lighting Company of the Year.
Audio specialist tube uk returned to the familiar urban territory of Manchester’s Albert Square to help deliver the city’s 2017 Christmas Switch On ceremony, which officially fired up the city’s Christmas lights for the run up to a bumper fun-packed festive season.
The 2017 LDI (Lighting Dimensions International) expo started on a high note for Robe Lighting ... As soon as the show was declared open, Robe’s brand new MegaPointe moving light was presented with a 2017 PLSN Gold Star Product Award for ‘Best New Hybrid Light’.
Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter John Legend’s Darkness and Light tour hit Europe this autumn, playing venues that ranged from the intimate 3,500-seater Merh! Theatre in Hamburg to the cavernous 20,000 capacity O2 Arena in London and MEO in Lisbon. An L‑Acoustics K2 system, provided by UK rental company BCS Audio, provided both scalability and superb sound.
When pop icon Nena celebrated her 40th stage anniversary, the radio and TV host Thomas Gottschalk led a constant stream of top international stars coming and going to honour the occasion. Peter Maffay, Gianna Nannini, Wolfgang Niedecken von Bap and Dieter Meier of YELLO were among the illustrious guests along with other well-wishers like Sasha, Samy Deluxe, Frida Gold or The Boss Hoss. Even Dave Steward insisted on passing by for a duet.
Lady Antebellum, P!NK, Reba McEntire, and Others Shine with Stellar Audio Quality
The 51st Annual Country Music Association (CMA) Awards once again brought together the biggest names in country music for an evening of memorable performances. The three-hour telecast found 14.3 million viewers tuning in to listen to their favorite artists, while watching award presentations of country music’s highest honors. Sennheiser microphones and wireless systems were present throughout the broadcast, which turned out to be ABC’s most highly viewed Wednesday night program in three years.