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Der Ring des Nibelungen (The Ring of the Nibelung) is not only composer Richard Wagner’s most celebrated work – it is also one of the cornerstone works of classical music. Comprising four epic ‘music dramas’ (Das Rheingold, Die Walküre, Siegfried and Götterdämmerung) with a total running time of 16 hours, Der Ring… is certainly not for the faint-hearted, although it is possible to encounter Wagner fans who have seen the entire cycle not just once or twice – but as many as eight or ten times.
People like to make a big deal out of how folks are abandoning TV as though folks found something better to do with their free and down time. No they still watch TV just not on a specific day at a specific time. They watch what they want, when they want it, how they want it. Mom and dad still like to brag about their big 4K HDR screen and are already planning for a bigger 8K set next year. Kids are perfectly happy with their smaller screens. And whether the content is delivered through a fiber cable or magically through the air it's still TV and fortunately for people in the creation industry folks seem to have an insatiable entertainment appetite of their TV stuff.
Two hundred and fifty Astera battery powered, wirelessly controlled LED lighting fixtures made a spectacular impact in Frankfurt, Germany, lighting the iconic Paulskirche building for the 70th anniversary of Human Rights Day on 10th December 2018.
Audio fanatics tube uk designed sound for a dazzling Opening Ceremony to mark the start of the ancient and mythical city of Pafos, Cyprus’s year as joint European Capital of Culture for 2017 (together with Aarhus in Denmark).Working for Pafos2017, tube was recommended for the project by Liz Pugh from outdoor arts specialists Walk the Plank, producers of the main Opening Ceremony (OC) show in central Pafos together with a team of Cypriot creatives and artists.
Audio specialist tube uk has invested in a new Sennheiser D6000 radio mic system … which debuted on the world premiere of Israeli artist Yael Bartana’s compelling live performance experiment ‘What if Women Ruled the World?’, which played for four nights at Mayfield depot at the 2017 Manchester International Festival (MIF).