Robe's Megapointe, Spiider and BMFL WashBeam team up with illuminator Chus Fernández and Fluge to sign a unique Pablo Alborán 'Prometo tour'.
After starting the release tour of his fourth studio album: I promise, Malaga singer Pablo Alborán continues to tour Spain and hang the sold-out poster in virtually every place visited before heading towards Latin America and the US, on a tour that will complete over the course of a year.
On this tour, Chus Fernández repeats as illuminator, lighting director and operator for this artist for the second time, and in close collaboration with Salva Alborán, artistic director, has signed a show of great effectiveness that combines all the visual elements in Scene.
With the central matrix as an indispensable element to create different designs in the scenic space, Chus Fernández has composed a spectacular scenery with 40 MegaPointe units, 48 Spiider and 32 BMFL WashBeam of Robe, brand represented by Entertainment Equipment Supplies (EES), supplied by flight.
The designer has exploited all the possibilities of The MegaPointe (beam, spot and wash all in one by Robe) using his two prisms at once, and as a beam, blinding creating textures on the stage, or spot to mark the positions of the singer or musicians in Other.
He has also played with the three rings of the Spiider, new generation of Led WashBeam from Robe, using its three zones to create multiple effects, with the central as a spot or combining the different areas to get incredible colors and textures, highlighting above all "its wonderful flower effect," he notes. With its 180 mm front lens, the WashBeam BMFL has been essential as a backlight and audience, as well as for creating textures.
It is about seven years since Chus Fernández began working with Robe, who considers "one of the most important lighting firms in the world" and which has helped him meet the creative challenges that arise with each new project.
The team of I promise Tour hay que destacar la labor de Juan Manuel Lázaro y Javier Lapuerta ‘Rubito’ como ayudantes de programación, y este último también de iluminación; Bochi Piaggio (jefe de luces); Miguel Ángel Almagro (jefe de vídeo); Iván García, y David Hidalgo posteriormente, como productores de audiovisuales; Gorka Mondragón (jefe de producción); Iñaki de la Vega (operador de los motores de velocidad variable); Nacho Jipi (manager de escenario), y Ricardo Badal (manager de la gira). Las imágenes publicadas son de Juan Fajardo, The Fly Factory.
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