Third evening of Cannes International Pyrotechnic Art Festival: tomorrow evening, Saturday 30 July, at 10 pm there will be some “Norwegian fires” coloring the Bay.
It will be the turn of North Star Fireworks to color the sky with a show entitled: Romeo and Juliet.
Founded in 2015, with the aim of offering high-end pyro-musical shows, North Star Fireworks AS he stands out for his mastery of the pyrotechnic art and demonstrates great technicality.
From the design of the fireworks to the synchronization, the intensity of the pyrotechnic material, in perfect harmony with the soundtrack, ensures varied pyrotechnic choreographies with unprecedented effect.
If today North Star Fireworks is invited to many high-profile events in Norway, such as concerts or aircraft regattas or even New Year’s Eve, internationally, the company has acquired, in just a few years, many convinced accolades and won important awards: Pyronale (2017), Hannover (2018) and Ignis Bruenensis (2019).
Theme: Romeo and Juliet
A dramatic musical-pyro show in three acts, Romeo and Juliet is a modern interpretation of William Shakespeare’s tragedy. The musical titles and pyrotechnic effects are carefully selected to convey a specific part of the story to the audience. Storytelling is an essential aspect of the design and the goal is to provide an emotional dimension.
Inspired by the classic version of the ballet, with music by Sergei Prokofiev, but also by the film directed by Baz Luhrmann with Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes (1996), the proposal delivered to the public is based on the harmonious union of emotions, idyll and sensuality.
- Ewan McGregor – Be Our Guest
- Slovak State Philharmonic Orchestra – Dance of the Knights
- Sigrid – Sucker Punch
- Ed Sheeran – Shape of You
- Ryan Gosling & Emma Stone – City of Stars
- London Symphony Orchestra – Across the Stars
- Gerard Butler & Emmy Rossum – The Point of No Return
- Queen – Love of My Life
- Choir of New College Oxford – Anus Dei
- Adele – Skyfall