Songcheng Group Romance theatre production

The Songcheng Group’s Romance theatres offer large-scale Vegas-style productions designed for maximum visual impact. Recently, six of these theatres – many located in dedicated Romance theme parks across China – have installed KV2 Audio sound systems.

The company owns 74 theatres with a total capacity of 175,000, which exceeds the combined number of seats available in London’s West End and New York’s Broadway. The Romance series of large-scale, hi-tech productions has broken box office records with more than 8,000 performances per year to an annual audience upwards of 35m.

A global Top 10 theme park group, Songcheng is the first performing arts company in China to go public. With its core competence in performing arts, Songcheng Performance has established a number of brands including Songcheng and the Romance show series.

Songcheng Group Romance theatre productionThe Romance theatres are high-capacity venues designed specifically to host dazzling, large-scale productions with incredibly complex sets. Each Romance show is specific to the area in which it is staged, interpreting local cultural legends in song, dance and acrobatics. Audiences can expect a stunning show at every level – visually, aurally and technically.

All Songcheng Romance productions use advanced sound, lighting, effects and staging technology to interpret a period of China’s classic history. As with every other element of the production, the audio has to be world class. Songcheng Performance opted for powerful KV2 Audio systems based on the flagship VHD Series of high-performance point source systems for the main FOH system, supplemented by the flexible and scalable ES Series for delay, surround sound and effects.

The combination brings audio clarity and high dynamic range to a complex soundscape. The use of point source technology – especially the VHD systems – to cover large spaces has significantly reduced the amount of loudspeakers (and amplifiers) required, saving both space and money as well as reducing the aesthetic impact of the system on the theatre’s interior design. It also ensures a completely transparent reproduction of the sound source – be it voices, instruments or anything else.

More: www.kv2audio.com

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