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Angénieux Hits The Red Carpet at The Cannes Film Festival

Thales-Angénieux was busy at Cannes, unveiling a new lens and new logo with colors that matched the red carpet. Angénieux’s new Optimo 45-120mm T2.8 lightweight zoom is the third lens in the line of lightweight Optimo zooms. The new lens joins the Optimo 15-40mm T2.6 and 28-70mm T2.6.
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Angénieux Hits The Red Carpet at The Cannes Film Festival

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Boston Ballet Acquires Soundcraft Vi1™ Digital Mixing Console

Founded in 1963, the Boston Ballet has become one of the leading dance companies in the world. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Mikko Nissinen and Executive Director Barry Hughson, the Company maintains an internationally acclaimed repertoire and the Boston Ballet School, the largest ballet school in North America. The Boston Ballet recently upgraded its audio system, including the installation of a Soundcraft Vi1 digital mixing console.
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Boston Ballet Acquires Soundcraft Vi1™ Digital Mixing Console
Smart show: grandMA2 meets TED and makes magic in Long Beach

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grandMA2 hits the spot for "Aida"

Lighting designer Rob Mills used a grandMA2 light as his control platform for a recent production of Verdi's "Aida" at the Epsom Playhouse in Surrey, UK. The week long production by Riverside Opera was directed by James Hurley who is a regular client of Mills, a busy theatre and opera LD, who also lights corporate and live events.
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grandMA2 hits the spot for "Aida"
Soundcraft Vi6™ Consoles On Duty at Europe’s Largest AIDS Charity

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EVS’ News Production Package Xedio Flash Powers Up TV Festival de Cannes

AJA Ki Pro Plays a Key Role at 2011 Tribeca Film Festival

 AJA Video Systems’ Ki Pro tapeless recorder played a key role at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival, handling digital playback of trailers and pre-show content for all 400 screenings in the festival’s 18 theatres. Host to 430,000 attendees, the Tribeca Film Festival (TFF) was held April 20 through May 1 in New York City.
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AJA Ki Pro Plays a Key Role at 2011 Tribeca Film Festival

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grandMA2 joins the New World Symphony

It may not be your grandmother’s symphony orchestra but, nevertheless, grandMA2 was out in force when the New World Symphony opened its new Frank Gehry-designed home in Miami Beach. The New World Center is the first American concert space built from the ground up to integrate sophisticated video, theatrical lighting and flexible stage space, and a grandMA2 full-size and a grandMA2 ultra-light play a key role in lighting control on the campus.
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grandMA2 joins the New World Symphony

Budapest Gypsy Symphony Orchestra’s vibe spread at Ljubljana’s Arena Stozice by Electro-Voice System

Also known as the 100 Gypsy Violins, the Budapest Gypsy Symphony Orchestra from Hungary recently delivered an astonishing performance in Slovenian capitol of Ljubljana. The Arena Stozice was filled to the last seat and musically caressed by songs from Brahms, Tchaikovsky and Mozart, amongst other all-time-classics. One of the highlights was the famous Radecky March, during which the conductor invited the audience to perform with the symphonics. The count of performers on stage was astonishing - almost 60 violins and ten double basses, violas, cellos, clarinets and, of course, cybaloms - a traditional Hungarian instrument.
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Budapest Gypsy Symphony Orchestra’s vibe spread at Ljubljana’s Arena Stozice by Electro-Voice System

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SoundField Captures the Lark Ascending in Hereford Cathedral

Colón’s Musicians to Play with Plácido Domingo at the Obelisk

Buenos Aires had the absolute pleasure to enjoy the Spanish tenor Plácido Domingo singing under the stars in the most delightful autumn night. Plácido performed at 9 de Julio Avenue in front of the Obelisk along with musicians of the Colón Theatre's Resident Orchestra and the Philharmonic Orchestra’s.
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Colón’s Musicians to Play with Plácido Domingo at the Obelisk

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Arqiva Delivers Live Q&A for ‘Ride, Rise, Roar’ into UK Cinemas

Arqiva has enabled Digital Cinema partner Arts Alliance Media to include a live Question & Answer session with special screenings of the acclaimed documentary film ‘Ride, Rise, Roar’. This is a David Byrne concert film that blends riveting onstage performances with intimate details of the creative collaborations that make the music and performance happen. The live Q&A was filmed and distributed to cinemas via Arqiva’s Digital Cinema satellite platform, enabling audiences around the country to enjoy the unique event as it happened.
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Arqiva Delivers Live Q&A for ‘Ride, Rise, Roar’ into UK Cinemas

The poet’s heritage: Royal Shakespeare Company invests in grandMA2

The Royal Shakespeare Company - among the UK's most prestigious theatre producing houses - has invested in six new grandMA2 light control consoles, together with 2 x MA NPU (Network Processing Unit) and 10 x MA 2Port Nodes as part of a complete update of their lighting control systems at the newly refurbished Royal Shakespeare Theatre (RST) and Swan Theatres, both in Stratford-on-Avon.
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The poet’s heritage: Royal Shakespeare Company invests in grandMA2

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W-DMX™ Saves Season of Light over 4000 Meters of Cable

The 3rd Season Of Light event in Helsinki recently wrapped up to huge critical acclaim, with W-DMX playing an integral part of one of the major installations. The event, organized by the City of Helsinki, was held from December 31 to January 9 and showcased lighting designers Martin Kuhn of Germany, Per Sundin of Sweden, and Tulay Schakir and Mikki Kunttu of Finland, who each created lighting installations for some of the main buildings around the city, which included the Esplandi Park Senate Square, Union Street, Kaisaniemi Park, Sanoma House, and Parliament House.
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W-DMX™ Saves Season of Light over 4000 Meters of Cable

Northern Lights: grandMA2 braves the elements for Season of Light 2011

In an outstanding teamwork the lighting designers Martin Kuhn (GER), Per Sundin (SWE), Tülay Schakir (FIN) and Mikki Kunttu (FIN) created lighting installations for the 3rd Season of Light event in Helsinki between New Year and January 9th. In comparison to 2010 the event expanded this year and installations were created on new sites.
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Northern Lights: grandMA2 braves the elements for Season of Light 2011

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