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DeepBlue's website has moved

This site is no longer being maintained (we're finding Wordpress better to manage than Joomla).

Please access DeepBlue's current site at www.deepblue.net.au

 
DeepBlue live at BlueFROG, Mumbai

When DeepBlue toured India in December 2012 as part of Oz Fest we performed at Mumbai's coolest venue BlueFROG.  Here is the video they made of us performing Alien, a sci-fi experiment in horror, composed by Dane Alexander.

 
SummerSchool Fun!

Earlier in January DeepBlue had an amazing week at the YoungBlue SummerSchool. We worked with young musicians from across the country at Trinity Lutheran College at the Gold Coast. Their performance “The rise of the Siribots” not only had incredible music and physical performance, but included electronic string improvisations and flashing iphones attached innovatively to violins and cellos! We couldn’t have done it without our sponsors Trinity Lutheran College and QUT, and a massive thank you to the Australian Society of Performing Arts Health Care & Skeletal Harmonics, Sally Thibault and Music Lab. And of course all the mums and dads out there supporting their young musicians!

Can't wait to see you all again next year!

 
SummerSchool at the beach

DeepBlue are very excited to announce our SummerSchool program will be hitting the Gold Coast in January 2013!  
Held this year at Trinity Lutheran College's Ashmore Rd Campus, this five day creative learning adventure will run from the 7th - 11th of January 8:30am - 4:00pm.
Applications are open for string and rock/electronic students going into grade 5 at school and above.

Click here to register

For more info about our YoungBlue programs visit www.youngblue.net.au

 
Reviewers Love DeepBlue

The DeepBlue crew have invested hours of creativity and energy developing our new show Who Are You. The following great reviews have made it all worth it!

Stage Australia by Gillian Wills

Arts Hub by Nerida Dickinson

and Off Street Press by Charlene Li

 

Full colour spread on DeepBlue's performance at The National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad

Latest Fan Photos

Online auditions

Would you like to audition for deepblue?

We're currently in the process of building in a virtual audition tool so you can show us what you've got from anywhere in the world.

This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to find out how you can be one of the the first to participate in our online auditions.

 

 

This site is no longer being maintained (we're finding Wordpress better to manage than Joomla).

Please access DeepBlue's current site at www.deepblue.net.au

 

Earlier in January DeepBlue had an amazing week at the YoungBlue SummerSchool. We worked with young musicians from across the country at Trinity Lutheran College at the Gold Coast. Their performance “The rise of the Siribots” not only had incredible music and physical performance, but included electronic string improvisations and flashing iphones attached innovatively to violins and cellos! We couldn’t have done it without our sponsors Trinity Lutheran College and QUT, and a massive thank you to the Australian Society of Performing Arts Health Care & Skeletal Harmonics, Sally Thibault and Music Lab. And of course all the mums and dads out there supporting their young musicians!

Can't wait to see you all again next year!

 

When DeepBlue toured India in December 2012 as part of Oz Fest we performed at Mumbai's coolest venue BlueFROG.  Here is the video they made of us performing Alien, a sci-fi experiment in horror, composed by Dane Alexander.

 

DeepBlue are very excited to announce our SummerSchool program will be hitting the Gold Coast in January 2013!  
Held this year at Trinity Lutheran College's Ashmore Rd Campus, this five day creative learning adventure will run from the 7th - 11th of January 8:30am - 4:00pm.
Applications are open for string and rock/electronic students going into grade 5 at school and above.

Click here to register

For more info about our YoungBlue programs visit www.youngblue.net.au

 
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