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Genesis: Patrick Woodroffe talks about tour lighting

Feature on BBC radio

Genesis lighting designer Patrick Woodroffe will be interviewed by BBC next week.

Patrick Woodroffe

Patrick is one of the world's foremost lighting designers. He has worked for Michael Jackson, Bob Dylan, Lady Gaga, Elton John, as well as being creative director of the Rolling Stones live shows since 1982. In 2013 he was made a Royal Designer for Industry (RDI) by the Royal Society of Arts, and he was awarded an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in 2014, for services to the arts.

BBC will join Patrick while he takes charge of the technical rehearsal period for The Last Domino? Tour, as show director for the sold-out arena tour that sees the remaining original Genesis band members reform for the first time since 2007.

Via a combination of Zoom calls, exclusive access to the fully Covid-19 compliant bubble of the London rehearsal team, actual performance recording, and personal contributions from Genesis founder members Mike Rutherford and Tony Banks, Grammy Award-winning record producer Steve Levine joins Patrick to examine his creative process.

Not only does the country enter full lockdown during the rehearsal process, but Patrick has to work his lighting magic knowing there's no guarantee the tour will take place on time… or at all. Broadcasts will happen on 2nd February.

Presenter is Steve Levine - check out more info in the BBC website here.

Tour dates of the The last Domino? Tour can be found here.

published on 27.01.21 09:52 by Christian @ Genesis

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