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Digital Guise

Discipline: Music
Homebase: Vancouver
Languages: English

Digital Guise is a 3-piece electronic/symphonic group that performs music from movies, TV and video games to student audiences from K-12. Digital Guise demonstrates how closely music and video can work together. This year's show, Star Worlds: Music from Sci-Fi and Fantasy, will guide the audience on a journey through time highlighting the important music soundtracks of the 20th century. A Digital Guise show is a highly entertaining and educational experience that combines music, video and audience participation.


Reviews

Dear Digital Guise, we saw your performance today at Kennedy Trail Elementary School. We think you guys are awesome. We think that you have the best music in the world! We especially like your cool instruments! You have inspired us to want to learn how to play music like you. Thank you for sharing your music with us! Thank you. Mrs. Wiles' Grade 1 and Kindergarten Classes, Kennedy Trail Elementary

Performances & Workshops

Star Worlds: Music from Sci-Fi TV and Fantasy

Grade Suitability: K -12
Duration: 45 - 60 mins.
Capacity: 700 students
Tech Requirements: electrical outlet, projector screen, 20x30' performance space
Fee Range: $795 - $1545 (Includes ArtStarts' fee. Additional fees apply for remote districts.)

Lower Mainland
$750.00
Fraser Valley & Howe Sound
$850.00
Vancouver Island Lower
$900.00
Vancouver Island Mid
$900.00
Vancouver Island North
$900.00
Interior
$1,000.00
North
$1,200.00
Kootenays
$1,000.00

A Digital Guise show is a highly entertaining and educational experience that combines music, video and audience participation. Performing familiar music from movies, TV and video games for students K-12, Digital Guise demonstrates how closely music and film work together. This year's show will highlight music from Science Fiction and Fantasy: Star Worlds -- Music from Movies and TV shows spanning back to the 1960's. Star Wars, Star Trek, 2001, and Dr. Who, as well as audience favourites Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean and Mission Impossible are all part of the current touring show. Video game themes such as Mario and Zelda will also be performed. Pictures and videos are projected above the group during their show highlighting the interaction between visuals and sound. Audience participation consists of sampling the students voices to make music on the spot, and usually the result can be amusing and very entertaining.

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