On August 13, 1998 the Rolling Stones gave a great show in Moscow. This was the first visit to Russia in the history of famous musicians. The long-awaited coming of band to the country was made during the legendary world tour – Bridges to Babylon 97-98. It was the greatest event for true fans of the Rolling Stones creativity and just lovers of real live rock music. The organizer of the concert was the Moscow company Silence Pro. JSA Stage Company was invited to work for this event, as company by local production and support of staging.
The good set of pictures from history of JSA Stage Company.
Here – we have chosen the some amount of photos by the company’s projects. This short gallery allows you to quickly overview our works for 20 years. See more photos in the Portfolio feed.
JSA Stage Company was included in the list of the top 10 worldwide winners companies in the section “Staging & Rigging” of the “PRODUCTION 100” in issue 2015. (Special print edition by IQ-Magazine)
Many thanks to the professional community for the trust and high appreciation of our work to the live music industry!!! Also thanks for the understanding of our decision of temporary break in business and for your moral support to us in this forced case.
STAGING AND RIGGING
Stages are playing an increasingly central role in show production…
Filmmaker Vasiliy Pichul was died. R.I.P.
(June 15, 1961 — July 26, 2015).
This is sad news for us. The JSA had a positive experience with Vasili and his team on the set of the film “The Sky With Diamonds” (Небо в Алмазах). We have built many original designs from an elements of Layher and aluminium trusses. It was an interesting project with a creative atmosphere in work together with the film crew.
July 6-8, 2012 – The 15t Festival Nashestvie / Tver region / Bolshoe Zavidovo place / About 160 km from Moscow / For three days – about 125,000 people / JSA installed a special designs (Layher structures and Prolyte Roofs) for VIP zone of the festival sponsor – Chesterfield. A memorable detail of this object was the Star from elements of Layher scaffolding above the entrance to area.