JSA Europe participated in the September issue of IQ-Magazine (№122), specially dedicated to the 2023 festival season, which exceeded the expectations of the organizers of these massive events. Coincidentally, this year JSA took part in staging and production management for almost 10 festivals in Latvia and Romania. In this regard, Alexander Strizhak, managing director and owner of the company, gave a short interview, which was included in the article “SUPPLIERS & DEMAND”:
We are celebrating our 27th birthday. JSA was founded by Alexander Strizhak on September 17, 1996, in Moscow, as the first professional stage company in Russia. The company’s main business is staging, engineering, and production management of the technical part of concerts and events. We mainly use Layher universal systems, Prolyte and SIXTY82 truss structures in our work. Over the years of activity, the company has taken a worthy place in its business sector. We work in the Baltic States, Romania, Moldova, and are capable of implementing projects in other countries. The main office of JSA Europe (founded in 2003) is located in Riga (Latvia). Continue reading “27 YEARS SINCE THE FOUNDATION OF THE COMPANY”
JSA presents once again the latest product from the Layher plant – the TwixBeam aluminum beam. In this area, we actively use them in staging to create pre-rigging. On September 2, a concert of the popular Russian-speaking singer Max Korzh from Belarus was held at the Daugava Stadium in Riga.
On September 2, the long-awaited concert of musician Max Korzh took place in Riga (Latvia). The Belarusian singer, popular among young people, dropped out of touring for several years – at first Covid was an obstacle, and then Korzh spoke out against the war and declared that he could not sing about “Zhit’ V Kaif” (Life Is Good) – that was the name of one of his famous albums – when the lives every day are taken away. About 35 thousand spectators gathered at the Daugava stadium. The concert ended on a minor note – with an anti-war song with the words “He is right who protects his home”.
On August 27, in the center of Chișinău on the Square of the Great National Assembly (Romanian: Piața Marii Adunări Naționale) was held the Independence Day of the Republic of Moldova (celebrated since 1991). 32 years ago, hundreds of thousands of people gathered at the same place and declared Moldova an independent state.