• ETC Cobalt helps Russian city celebrate its founding

    A major street festival in the northwestern Russian city of Petrozavodsk attracted some 10,000 people to its main stage in June, with lighting controlled by ETC’s new lighting desk, Cobalt® 20. More »

    ETC Source Four LED Lustr+ helps The Royal Ballet’s Don Quixote get big applause in Shanghai

    Audiences at the Shanghai Grand Theatre were bowled over by a performance of Don Quixote by The Royal Ballet from London. The show used a large number of Source Four LED profiles and was run by two Gio® consoles. Simon Bennison, lighting manager for The Royal Ballet comments on the Source Four LED: “It enabled us to recall an effective color palette on tour without using scrollers.” More »

    ETC Cobalt goes clubbing at Circo Loco in Rome

    From humble beginnings in a then almost unknown club in Ibiza in 1999, the Circo Loco super-club has quickly grown to become a global brand. Young – and young at heart – people flock to DC10 and other clubs on the island to dance to some of the best DJs in the world, under one of the world’s best club-lighting rigs. In July, Italian promoters Andrea and Antonio took the event back to their homeland, with an all-night event at the Stadio Dei Marmi arena in Rome, with lighting controlled by ETC’s new Cobalt desk. More »

    ETC Nomad helps Austrian theater in tight programming timeframe

    Every summer, the Theater im Hof, located in Enns, Upper Austria, produces a classical production, such as Faust, Cyrano de Bergerac and pieces by Shakespeare. This year, the company will present The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) by Long, Singer and Winfield, which contains all 38 stage works and 154 sonnets all in one. The ambitious show was programmed with the help of ETC Eos® software on the new ETC Nomad controller. More »

    ETC participates in Chinese building design conference

    On July 3rd and 4th, the Global Business Engine (GBE) held the 2014 China Cultural Building Design and Operation Congress (“the Congress”) in Shanghai. The event focused on innovations, trends and applications in the development of Chinese cultural buildings, with 200 experts lending their knowledge. ETC Western Regional Architectural Manager Karl Haas was one of the keynote speakers, sharing his 30-year experience in the implementation and operation of lighting control systems. More »