ITALY – The work is in full swing at PALA ALPITOUR and according to schedule in two weeks the required work will be completed.
First technical rehearsals are expected to kick offon April 28, while at the end of the same month the first technical rehearsals for Eurovision 2022 will begin, which this year will be closed to the public and journalists.
Remember that the set designer Francesca Montinaro is the one behind the design, through which each of the 40 artists of Eurovision 2022 will have the opportunity, in a unique way, to present their songs to the world.
The stage will consist of 7 concentric platforms, with a linear sliding movement of 180 degrees in both directions, which will have a central wall and 6 concentric arches for a diameter of 19 meters and a height of 9 and a half meters.
Also, four sections of the floor measuring approximately 180 × 60 will be rotated, to facilitate the use of scenographic elements. The entrance of artists and technicians on stage will be from two points.
Finally, two elevated structures will provide a glass corridor under which devices for visual effects will be placed.
You can see in the following videos the first images from inside the PalaOlympico as it is shaped by the construction work of the stage.
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