A 12 month project, the event was lead by Executive Producers DREINULL and directed by Battle Royal Studios. Combining local traditions with the latest technologies, the Opening Ceremony delivered the finest choreographic moments on and around a 130 meter high ski jump.
11.000 guests enjoyed multiple live acts: Adoro, Christina Stürmer, Ski Legends and over 150 artists from Garmisch-Partenkirchen and greater Germany.
The live broadcast reached an audience of 3 million and was followed by a gigantic media echo labelling the production “Olympic standard.” (Süddeutsche Zeitung / Germany)
Fédération Internationale de Ski
Concept, Creative Direction & Production – Battle Royal Studios
DREINULL Agentur für mediatainment – Executive Producer & Event Production
Flora&faunavisions – Motion Design
Martin Lingnau – Composer
Chris Moylan – Light Design
Thomas Knack – Choreography
Adoro, Christina Stürmer and over 150 artists from Garmisch-Partenkirchen and greater Germany – Highlight Acts
Images by Ralf Rühmeier
For the 300th anniversary of the city of Karlsruhe, Battle Royal Studios and our partner DREINULL created a four day event of ground breaking proportions: Starting with an exclusive VIP event and ending with a stunning opening show in front of Karlsruhe castle, Karlsruhe’s rich past came dashing into the present in a crescendo of brilliant light, dance and performance.
The challenging circumstances of the first Covid-19 lockdown offered Battle Royal Studios the opportunity to develop a novel hybrid format for the Esch2022 REMIX Opening, unique in its scope and interactivity for the traditional opening ceremony of a European Capital of Culture. With a wide range of immersive live entertainment, Battle Royal Studios took the audience to the moon and back.
Battle Royal Studios co-produced the feature-length documentary film Symphony of Now, in collaboration with Audi Zeitgeist Projects, Dreinull and Endorphine Productions. Premiered on the eve of the 2018 Berlinale, the film explores the relationship between the inhabitants of Berlin and their city, and is driven by an original symphonic soundtrack.