The VIO L208 system is PA for the 2019/2020 season of Teatro Grande in Brescia (Italy)
VIO L208 officially becomes part of the technical equipment of Teatro Grande in Brescia: the VIO Series system will be in use as main PA for the entire 2019/2020 season.
Its rich calendar allows VIO to provide a homogeneous sound oriented to the highest acoustic quality during the large variety of events that will take place on stage during the season.
The acoustic project that powers the spaces of Teatro Grande has been conceived, realized, and supplied by the rental company MG Service
with a technical team composed by the specialized technicians Marco Gervasio
, Federico Firmo
, Davide Alebardi
, Nicolò Damiani
. The system configuration consists of 16 VIO L208 (8 per side) + 2 VIO S118R
and 4 VIO X205-100
loudspeakers used as front fill.
Marco Gervasio from MG Service explained the choice: "We selected the VIO L208 line array system for its quality. Specifically, the L208 system offers several advantages: sound definition, versatility, compactness, low weight and reliability".
Teatro Grande has a full capacity of 970 seats and is known as the most important municipal space for theatrical and artistic performances in the city of Brescia; built and modernized several times over the years, it was born in 1810.
In addition, Teatro Grande is established as national monument and represents the Italian theatre tradition together with 28 other structures of the Peninsula; over the centuries it hosted cultural, social and educational events and functions, lyrical and symphonic productions and participated in artistic innovations and activities closely related both to Italian and international culture. Today the activities of the venue range from opera to dance and concerts, from classical to modern-contemporary art.
Due to the recent and increasing number of acoustic projects that involve VIO L208 as main, the small format line array from the VIO Series continues to be an advantageous and optimal solution to the needs of theatrical touring; many important references showcase periodic and permanent installations in prestigious theatres, but also in clubs, modern concert halls and many other types of venues worldwide.