HQ Creative developed and produced an ambitious outdoor event to celebrate the UAE National Day in a truly spectacular way. The event was staged in a lagoon where the whole site was built from scratch including the stages, seating grandstand, dressing rooms, site offices, VIP arrivals area and audience arrivals.
Auditoria was engaged by Delta Sound Dubai to provide audio systems design services and to operate the audio replay system for the rehearsals and show. Our combined efforts were recognised at the Middle East Event Awards by winning the Best Sound Production category.
After a successful premier in Sharjah in April 2014, Clusters of Light was re-staged in Cairo by Multiple International. The five-night season was staged at the 30 June Stadium in New Cairo in an intimate configuration providing approximately 5,000 seats for each performance. Auditoria was engaged by Multiple International to provide audio design and direction, a team of engineers and operators as well as production management services for the MISR pre-show segment that celebrated the ancient and recent history of Egypt.
FIVECURRENTS was engaged by the organising committee to produce and deliver the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the inaugural European Games in Baku. The remarkable Ceremonies were staged in the recently completed Baku National Stadium, a 60,000 seat stadium.
Auditoria was engaged as audio designer and director, as well as to provide the audio operational team for the event. Our operational team consisted of FOH and Broadcast mix engineers, replay operators and systems engineers.
Our work on this project won an Emmy Award for Sound Mixing at the 43rd Daytime Emmy Awards and also received an award of distinction for Sound Design at the 22nd Communicator Awards.
Balich Worldwide Shows was engaged with a very short timeframe to deliver a world class show to celebrate the 550th anniversary of the Kazakh Khanate in Astana, Kazakhstan. The event was staged in the recently completed Ice Palace arena in Astana.
Auditoria was engaged by BWS to design the audio and communications systems for the spectacle, as well as provide operation and management of the audio replay and timecode systems.
The Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Ceremonies were created and delivered by the Ceremonies Staging Agency, FiveCurrents and Balich Worldwide Shows. FiveCurrents had the responsibility of delivering the Opening Ceremony and preparing Fisht Stadium for the series of Olympic and Paralympic Ceremonies. FiveCurrents engaged Auditoria to design the Ceremonies audio system, supply a team of operators and engineers and direct the delivery of the audio systems with the audio supplier; Agora from Italy.
DAE was engaged with little more than two months to create and deliver the Ceremonies for the international sporting tournament. We were engaged to deliver the audio and communications on a design and supply basis.
Our audio design used the house Meyer MICA loudspeaker system for primary coverage of the audience area with a supplementary ground stacked system to provide localization for the project content and for the concert events that occurred throughout the sporting program.
Great Big Events had only a few weeks to make their preparations following their successful bid to provide Sports Presentation for the tournament. GBE engaged Auditoria to provide all audio and communications on a design and supply basis.
There were three sporting venues including the Lusail Multipurpose Hall, Al Saad Sports Hall and Duhail Sports Hall. All venues were provided with an audio control system and a complete integrated wired and wireless communications system.
London 2012 Ceremonies engaged Auditoria to design the audio systems for the Olympic and Paralympic Ceremonies and lead the Ceremonies audio team with Bobby Aitken as sound designer. The Ceremony, created by Danny Boyle, featured Kenneth Brenner, Emeli Sande, The Arctic Monkeys and Sir Paul McCartney.
Clusters of Light was created and produced by Multiple & Spinifex who led an international team of experts to deliver the ambitious project. Staged in the newly constructed Al Majaz Amphitheatre in Sharjah, the show uses projection, lighting and sound to create the scenery and atmosphere for every scene. Auditoria was engaged by Spinifex to design the audio system, provide a team to operate for the show and direct the local contractor – Delta Sound Dubai – in the installation and maintenance of the systems.
The London 2012 Closing Ceremony was the most challenging Ceremony we have delivered. Closing Ceremonies are rarely rehearsed in the stadium and the entire production is built overnight prior to the event, this coupled with the inclusion of some of the worlds biggest acts such as The Who, Queen, Muse, George Michael, The Spice Girls, The Pet Shop Boys, One Direction, Elbow and Jesse J, made for a perfect storm of complication and competing priorities.