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DeepBlue

When:

Sat 23 Nov 2013, 6:00pm–7:00pm

Where: Conservatorium Theatre, Griffith University, 140 Grey Street, South Bank, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Adult: $40.00
  • Concession: $35.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Imagine a group that shuffles Radiohead, Ravel, Gotye and DeepBlue originals remixed with lush strings, big beats and rock ‘n’ roll. If you’re not completely transfixed by the performers’ exquisite playing, precision moves, circus antics and immersive visuals you may have a quick glance at DeepBlue’s new app that amps audience interaction. They want to know Who Are You while they reveal a little of this modern orchestra’s life journey.

Don’t miss Brisbane’s world-renowned DeepBlue – returning to the stage for one night only as part of the 5th World Forum On Music, presented by the International Music Council and Queensland Conservatorium.

“Throw non-stop choreography that illuminates conversational exchanges between instruments and theatrical realisations of string technique into the mix and this stereotype is forever wiped. Enjoy the players swooping to the floor during intense vibrato, unison bows wheeling in the air like birds of prey and a brace of madcap violinists clambering up Herculean-sized ladders during wild sound building. The approach is immediate. Note bound, seated, reverent and retiring these determined, bright-eyed communicators are anything but.”
Australian Stage review by Gillian Wills – October 2012

“Dynamic dance and movement, tight choreography that emphasised rather than distracted from the musical performance, and big bright smiles of highly motivated players shattering the audience’s preconceptions of orchestral music. No sheet music, no sitting (apart from some dangling legs over the front of the stage, or perched atop a prop ladder), no static counting of bars between parts – any break in playing was marked by spirited dancing or acrobatics. Each orchestra member seems fired by zest and zeal that leads to an inspired mix of high ideals and hands on approach to music. A non-stop extravaganza DeepBlue has plenty for classical aficionados and the shortest attention-spanned youngster alike.”
artsHub review by Nerida Dickinson – August 2012