Chroma-Q News Archive - Page 7
North America - Chroma-Q Color Force 72 super bright LED battens are being rigged in an inspired fashion to spell out the word ‘HIP’ for Canadian rock band, The Tragically Hip’s current 2015 tour.
Chroma-Q Inspire House Lights Transform Stavanger Concert Hall's Kuppelhallen Performance Space with Colour - 10/06/2015
Norway - Chroma-Q® Inspire™ LED house lights have been installed at Stavanger Concert Hall's 'Kuppelhallen' performance space, to replace an old tungsten rig and allow the lighting team to immerse the entire room in vibrant colours.
Chroma-Q Color One 100 Pars Cater for Diverse Events at The Ballroom Hyndburn Lancashire - 28/05/2015
UK - Chroma-Q Color One 100 premium performance LED Pars are providing a rich palette of coloured stage washlighting to meet the diverse, multi-purpose needs of events hosted by The Ballroom, Hyndburn - including theatre-style live shows, dances, conferences, fashion shows and wedding receptions,...
Chroma-Q's award-winning entertainment and architectural lighting products have been setting new standards of performance for a huge range of leading lighting designers, specifiers, rental and production companies, venues, shows and events worldwide.
Chroma-Q Color One 100 LED Pars Beam Brightly for Aladdin at Worthing's Connaught Theatre - 28/04/2015
Chroma-Q Color One 100 LED Pars made their debut at Worthing's Connaught Theatre beaming bright, primary colours for an all-star production of Aladdin.
Chroma-Q Showcases Premium Performance Lighting Solutions at Prolight and Sound 2015 Frankfurt - 09/04/2015
Chroma-Q's award-winning lighting products deliver premium performance for - and have been adopted by leading users in - some of today’s most demanding and prestigious lighting applications, including opera, theatre, film & TV, venues, touring, events, retail, and houses of worship, amongst...
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