Schlagworte: Opus Award

Opus Winner 2020: Italian Opera Work Rigoletto

The 2020 Opus winner has been enchanting since the 2019 season with one of the most popular Italian works. Rigoletto is a breathtaking performance on the Bregenz lake stage, redefining the boundaries of what is possible. The production by Munich director Philipp Stölzl was rightly awarded the Opus - German Stage Prize 2020. At Opus…
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Opus Award 2019 – Apply Now for the German Stage Prize

In addition to innovative products, presentations by international industry experts and networking, the award ceremonies are an important part of Prolight + Sound. The Opus - German Stage Award has been one of the most important awards in the industry since 2002. In order to honor original projects, productions and creative minds in the area…
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Evening of Winners: PIPA, MIPA, Opus and Sinus Awards

It has become a fond tradition: the award show ceremony for the PIPA, MIPA, Opus and Sinus Awards. As in years past, the nominees and winners assemble in the Europe Room to honor the most innovative and impressive products and shows together. Award ceremony under the auspices of the music media publisher Opus-Award-Winner Friedrichstadt-PalastIt’s not…
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Opus Award Winner: “This prize is a great honor for us”

The Opus Award 2018 went to Friedrichstadt Palast in Berlin with THE ONE Grand Show. In the following interview, Technical Director Franz-Josef Münzebrock talks about various challenges posed by the show.   THE ONE Grand Show in Friedrichstadt Palast Berlin received this year’s Opus Award for the category “Technical Realization – Permanent Installation.” What does…
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Opus and Sinus: Application Period has Started

Each year at Prolight + Sound the most innovative figures and projects of the event branch are honored in an evening event. The Opus and Sinus Awards for excellence will also be granted in 2018. Applications and suggestions of project, companies or individuals can be submitted until November 12. Online Applications for Awards While the…
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PLS 2015: Opus Award Winner Marcus Mechelhoff

Mauerfall-Berlin-Brandenburger-Tor

With his production for the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, 25 Jahre Mauerfall, Marcus Mechelhoff thrilled hundreds of thousands of visitors to Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate in November last year. His remit included the lighting, audio, video, and the pyrotechnics for the spectacular open air event. The skill with which he carried this out is to be recognised at Prolight + Sound 2015 where he will be bestowed with a much sought-after Opus Award for Technical Realisation.

Opus Winner Mark Fisher: Stage Designer Par Excellence

Opus Gewinner: Mark Fisher

He worked with artists like Pink Floyd, the Rolling Stones, Lady Gaga, U2 and Madonna: Mark Fisher, architect and set designer par excellence, passed away in June 2013 at the age of 66. Thanks to his work, he will never be forgotten. At this year’s Prolight + Sound, Fisher was posthumously awarded the Opus Award in the Technical Realisation category for ‘The Wall 2013’ with Pink Floyd, as well as receiving the jury’s [honorary] award.

It was a great opportunity to honour Mark Fisher’s work and contribution to the community”, said Lucy Davenport of Stufish Entertainment Architects, the architectural and production design studio that Fisher founded. “He was capable of fusing a creative concept with technical finesse without ever compromising the idea and its visual beauty.”

Opus winner Bertil Mark: “No feelings, no ideas”

Bertil Mark Lichtdesign

A picture, an nice song and Bertil Marks inner cinema starts. He is a lighting designer with heart and soul, has worked with Sportfreunde Stiller, Sarah Brightmann, Selig, Zemfira, The Notwist, Melody Gardot and Gentleman. At Prolight + Sound 2012 he won the Opus Award. In an interview he tells us about his work.