Chroma-Q’s award-winning LED lighting products have been setting new standards of performance worldwide on high-profile entertainment, film & broadcast, and architectural applications requiring the highest level of technical & artistic performance.Read more
UK - Leading equipment rental supplier, Visual Elements has invested in a Vista 3 by Chroma-Q® lighting & media control system featuring a Vista EX™ surface - taking its inventory to 18 separate Vista desks.
UK - Expanding UK event hire & production company, Colour Sound Experiment has invested in Chroma-Q®'s award-winning Space Force™ and Color Force II 72™ premium performance LED fixtures, to provide its Film, Entertainment and Live Events clients with the very latest innovations in creative lighting.
Chroma-Q® is pleased to announce the launch of an all-new website celebrating its 15th year as a producer of premium performance LED lighting solutions, and topping off an exceptional twelve months that has seen the brand launch four new products.
Chroma-Q® will celebrate its 15th year as a producer of premium performance LED lighting products by showing several new innovations for the first time at BSC Expo 2019, Battersea Evolution, London, 1st - 2nd February.
Lighting Designer Mark Stanley’s light plot for the New York City Ballet’s premier of 'Something to Dance About, Jerome Robbins, Broadway at the Ballet', contained a number of the Chroma-Q® Color Force II™ LED battens. “I could never have done all those scenes, and been specific to them, with traditional three-color ground rows,” Stanley says, “The Color Force IIs gave me flexibility and range.”
UK - Liverpool Philharmonic has invested in Chroma-Q® Inspire Mini™ LED fixtures for its Music Room to provide high quality, flexible house lighting.
Marion, Iowa’s Marion First United Methodist Church, a spiritual presence in the downtown community for well over a century, was facing numerous challenges that limited their ministry. “Our building was built in 1895 and was completely land-locked,” describes Simon Campbell, director of worship and technology.
Outfitting the new multifunction Lewis Arts Complex at Princeton University - Princeton University’s alumni include many luminaries from the worlds of the arts and entertainment, and while the campus regularly hosts a variety of cultural events, until recently it lacked a dedicated physical home for the performing arts. The Lewis Arts Complex, a new, threebuilding addition to the university’s Lewis Center for the Arts, was designed to consolidate the teaching and rehearsal spaces and add key performance venues, thereby creating “a campus infused, edge-to-edge, with the arts.”
Lighting designer Herrick Goldman had a most unusual experience this summer and fall when he signed onto Tinga Tinga Tales—The Musical, a children’s theatre production that opened in Nairobi, Kenya before traveling to The New Victory Theater in New York. The show, written and directed by Claudia Lloyd, is based on a hit animated television series that explores African folklore, with an emphasis on animals.
Europe - Lights Control Rigging (LCR) have provided twenty Chroma-Q® Color Force II™ fixtures for Bloc Party’s ‘Silent Alarm Tour’, to create a spectacular back wall wash.
UK - Lighting designer, Derek Jones utilised the new Vista 3 by Chroma-Q® lighting & media control system to deliver his stunning lighting design for British music icon, Sir Cliff Richard's recent tour celebrating 60 years in music.