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At a recent a stadium show in Seoul, South Korea, the LA Philharmonic Orchestra took the music of celebrated composer John Williams to whole new level, incorporating giant screen projection and a truly epic soundscape provided by L-Acoustics L-ISA Hyperreal Sound technology.
CLAIR Global sends FOH Engineer Chris Michaelessi and Monitor Engineer Bob Lewis out
with newly upgraded SD7 Quantums and 32-bit Mic Pre-Amps, and there’s no looking back
Lighting designer Miguel González, of Madrid-based Colorcode Studio, chose the new Vari-Lite VL10 BeamWash fixture to enhance his design for the Mexico leg of Spanish star Enrique Bunbury’s recent world tour. Running since 2017, the Expectativas tour was Bunbury's most ambitious production to date.
Unashamed glitter, glamour, spandex, multicolour, bounce, camp costumes, fun and some properly superlative pop songs hit the airwaves hard and reverberated around Hall 2 of Expo Tel Aviv, Israel for the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest – currently the world’s largest music television show.
The Grammy and Academy Award-winning Rahman is known for integrating Indian classical music with electronic music, world music and traditional orchestral arrangements. One of the world’s best-selling recording artists, he has sold an estimated 200 million units. His crowd-pleasing appearances in Kochi featured a musical crew of 100 and the show-stopping staging his fans adore.
In April 2019, Kraftwerk put on four sold-out shows in Tokyo. d&b audiotechnik Japan provided the system solutions used in Orchard Hall, which belongs to the Bunkamura complex. The sound solutions included KSL loudspeakers with D80 amps and d&b Soundscape to reproduce a sound immersion that totally impressed the audiences. The combined use of KSL and Soundscape was a world premiere and a perfect complement to the visual 3D experience offered by the Kraftwerk performances.
"Dare to Dream" was the slogan of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest, won by the Netherlands’ Duncan Laurence and with lighting design by Ronen Najar and Dakar Azulay. Within the lighting rig were an unmissable 406 Claypaky fixtures, including the brand new Axcor 600 and Sharpy Plus, along with the timeless Sharpy Wash and Scenius Unico. Osram was once again the official lighting partner for the contest, which will next take place in the Netherlands in 2020.
The live sound team for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 – senior audio broadcast engineer Omer Barzilay (Big Brother) and front-of-house engineer Eran Ben Zur (Dweezil Zappa) – choose Waves plugins and the Waves eMotion LV1 live mixer to power the sound of the Eurovision Song Contest 2019, broadcast live to over 200 million viewers.
Year after year, in winter, a Festival of Light at Swarovski Crystal Worlds in the Austrian town of Wattens attracts thousands of visitors. The entire park shines and sparkles in a magical interplay of light, music, and crystal and as a recurring highlight guests are treated to a special 15-minute light show.
Acclaimed French singer, songwriter and producer Christine and the Queens (Tilted, Girlfriend), has been touring her Studio album Chris, bringing a unique blend of theatrical set, contemporary dance, and her own special 'freakpop' to the stage. For the French leg of her international tour, Systems Engineer Vladimir Coulibre decided to specify a PA worthy of the performance and brought in L-Acoustics' L-ISA Hyperreal Sound technology.
Taiwanese singer and film star, Jay Chou, has amassed millions of fans across the globe, starred in Hollywood blockbusters, broken records for the most expensive live production in Australia and sold over 30 million albums worldwide. He recently entrusted Britannia Row Productions to deliver the biggest PA rig that Britain’s largest indoor venue, London’s 02 Arena, has ever seen.
Undoubtedly one of the most influential British singers of the last two decades, Richard Ashcroft has pursued a hugely successful solo career following the initial split of acclaimed alt rockers The Verve in 1999. His lighting has been designed by Jonny Gaskell since 1996 and the heydays of The Verve – an impressively long and fertile client relationship also making Jonny the longest serving crew member – and he is still driving some of the onstage aesthetics 23 years later! Ashcroft’s fourth solo album and top 10 hit Natural Rebel dropped at the end of last year and he was back on the road recently in the UK with lighting and video once again supplied by Colour Sound Experiment.
Israel has been a superb host to the 64th Eurovision Song Contest, with almost 10,000 ESC enthusiasts attending at Tel Aviv Expo, and about 180 million watching the televised live broadcast in the Eurovision countries – reaching as far as Australia. The amount of technical expertise that went into the three shows was outstanding, especially as this year the contest played in two halls. As partners to the rental company Agorà, RF experts from Sennheiser and its local partner Kilim were on site to assist with the system planning for wireless microphones and monitors, as well as frequency management and RF monitoring. The system deployed by Agorà and Sennheiser/Kilim included 140 wireless microphones from Sennheiser’s Digital 6000 and 9000 Series, plus 42 channels of 2000 series IEMs with a total of 196 IEM bodypacks.
Hailing from Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia, singer/songwriter Morgan Evans has a unique passion and energy which has been impacting the lives of country music fans worldwide. Having already toured with music icons Taylor Swift and Alan Jackson, the CMA Award-winner recently released his second studio album “Things That We Drink To” which reached the Billboard Music Top 10. Ready to now head out on a tour all his own, production designer Norwood Wood worked with co-designer and programmer Mike Marcario and created a versatile and powerful lighting design supplied by Elite Multimedia Productions.
SPOT is an annual music festival in the city of Aarhus, Denmark, showcasing up-and-coming Danish and Scandinavian talents. Close to two hundred artists and bands from most genres of contemporary popular music - such as Rock, Hip Hop and Electronic Music - play various stages across the town. The festival is organized by ROSA (Dansk Rock Samråd, translating as Danish Rock Council). This year’s version of SPOT featured 25 stages with a total of 300 acts!