One of the gigantic three ''sound boards'' planned by Renzo Piano with extreme attention for the acoustics that compose the complex of the Auditorium Parco della Musica of Rome.
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The Hall Santa Cecilia, destined to the symphonic concerts for great orchestra and choir, is one of the halls that have entertained the projections on the big screens of the International Rome Film Festival.
The preparation of one of the big Custom cinema screens in the Hall Santa Cecilia.
The masking of the screen was realized with special backdrops made of black COS - Oscurante, and with backdrops made of ARI - Reps Ignitex 999. black.The ARI - Reps Ignitex, lighter and permeable to the sound, has been used for realizing the mobile backdrops and it allows the maximum acoustic diffusion.
The mobile backdrops made of black ARI - Reps Ignitex were realized for being able to vary the format of the screen ...
... and to suit it for the aspect ratio of the projection. In the image, the screen has an aspect ratio of 4:3.. The Hall Petrassi is projected for the listening of the newer and contemporary musical genders and to entertain the theatrical representations and cinema projections.
Thanks to a motorized Kompas rail system, the black masking made of ARI - Reps Ignitex can flow to the sides, varying so the aspect ratio of the screen to three widths on purpose predisposed. In the image, the screen is positioned on the aspect ratio of 2,35:1.
Detail of the screen installed in the Hall Sinopoli.The Hall Sinopoli as the Hall Petrassi and the Hall Santa Cecilia, also them used for the projections of the festival, are also endowed with the maximum acoustic flexibility, as they are adaptable to the various types of music thanks to the different positions that the orchestra can take in comparison to the public.
The halls of the Auditorium Parco della Musica planned by Renzo Piano welcome the International Rome Film Festival.
The projections took place on the four big Custom cinema screens prepared in the main halls and on some other screens with a riduced size in the secondary halls.
The Auditorium is managed by the Fondazione Musica per Roma.

Materials used in this production

1K - Kompas

Track systems

ARI - Reps Ignitex

Muslin and canvas

COS - Oscurante

Duvetyne and blackout fabrics

Custom cinema screens

Framed screens

Frontal projection screens

Frontal projection screens

PBO - Bianco Ottico

Frontal projection films

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