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Out and About Robe Albert Schultz Hall Vienna


1 Robe illuminates the stunning Albert Schultz Ice Hall in Vienna


Two high profile gala


fundraiser events attended by a


glittering guest list of leading business people, politicians, celebrities and sports personalities, in Munich and Vienna, together raised nearly 2 million Euros for the Ronald McDonald House Charities. Staged at the Albert Schultz Ice Hall in


Vienna and the Postpalast in Munich with the expertise of lighting designer Tino Weinhardt from Dessauer based rental company i:TECS Germany. It featured a wide variety of live performers. Weinhardt’s designs varied slightly to take into account the different venues, but the essence was to be as adaptable as possible to make sure that all the acts looked fabulous and had their own


exclusive looks. The two shows were programmed and ran using a Chamsys MQ200 Pro console and a PC version / MQ Wing as backup. The client wanted


the stage and the room to have a fairy-tale setting in


Vienna. The technical challenges being the first time that the venue had been used for such a combined dinner and live entertainment event and of course one with its very own live ice show! Robe LEDWash 600s illuminated the tables with gobos and texturing from the ROBIN 600E Spots layered over the top.


44 events, with


the provision of 12 additional


ROBIN LEDBeam 100 fixtures for both concerts. Weinhardt, who has used


Robe products for 10 years, says of


More LEDWash 600s washed up the back of the stage.


The ColorSpot 1200s were specifically for the illusionists and the ROBIN 600 Beams for the ice performers and as effects for VT stings. Jingles played in between the speeches and introductions. The LEDBeam 100s and the DLX Spots


were used extensively as effects lighting for the live bands, backed up by standard washes from a selection of PARs. Weinhardt found that the diminutive LEDBeam 100s emulated the power and distinction of classic ACL beams very efficiently at the back of the stage. The Munich venue is a large round space, so again they followed the successful formula of using LEDWash 600s and 600E Spots to light the dining area. A 33 metre wide circular truss provided lighting positions for all the relevant fixtures over the stage. Only LED sources were used for the stage lighting in the form of 34 LEDWash 600s, and for general room lighting, they used another 34 ROBIN 600E Spots, 17 x LEDBeam 100s and eight DLX Spots. Weinhardt worked closely with i:TECS’


Technical Director Lutz Paetzold to create the appropriate environment for both events. Robe SRO and Swiss distributors Signal also contributed directly to both


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the DLX Spot, “It’s a fantastic light! We have used ours solidly for the last six months and they have been completely reliable”. He also said of the new ‘handbag’ sized LEDBeam 100 that weighs just 4Kg and is super-bright “It’s totally unique!”


Contact


Robe Lighting T: +420 571 751 510 W: www.robe.cz


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