Corrina Bonshek, DeepBlue and Michael Askill are collaborating on an exciting new production called Song to the Earth, which will be performed at Palm Beach Parklands Parklands as part of Bleach* Festival / Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) Arts and Culture Program on Sat 7 and Sun 8 April, and at Flowstate South Bank,

Song to the Earth was first performed as part of Meredith Elton’s Inherit the Wind at Bleach* Festival 2017.  It was so successful that Song to the Earth was chosen to be developed through the Generate Program as a stand-alone performance piece.  The work will still be encircled by a lighting installation and audience members

Our SummerSchool for 2018 has just been announced! Last year we didn’t run our holiday program because three DeepBlue babies were born, but we are excited to be back for 2018! DeepBlue are passionate about encouraging young people to experience a different way of playing music and the YoungBlue SummerSchool is no exception – providing

DeepBlue at Bleach Festival 2nd April

Friday, 03 February 2017 by

DeepBlue are proud to be part of an awesome collaboration between director Meredith Elton, composer Corrina Bonshek, percussionist Michael Askill and a whole crew of YoungBlues. It’s all happening at Bleach* Festival on April 2nd at the Gold Coast.  Limelight Magazine has a great article all about Bleach* Festival 2017. You can read more on

DeepBlue’s collaboration with Studio G

Wednesday, 07 December 2016 by

DeepBlue, in collaboration with Autism Queensland’s Studio G re-staged the hit performance Altered States for the Autism CRC’s annual general meeting recently. Autism CRC is the world’s first national, cooperative research effort focused on autism. The Creative Industries precinct at QUT was the perfect location to host this collaborative performance.  We were excited to get the DeepBlue group

DeepBlue at CreateX

Friday, 09 September 2016 by

The CreateX Festival was a fantastic collaboration of community, creativity and technology to celebrate the expansion of the Creative Industries precinct at the Queensland University of Technology. Sunday the 28th of August, 2016 provided the most perfect sunny day to showcase some of Brisbane’s most creative performers. DeepBlue’s performances began, with the extremely interactive and

CreateX: See DeepBlue for Free!

Wednesday, 17 August 2016 by

Come and see DeepBlue at the opening of QUT’s new Creative Industries Precinct on Sunday 28th August.   The CreateX Festival showcases the most sophisticated and technically advanced creative education space in Australia.  On the day DeepBlue is performing in three separate shows, Altered States, Garden of Minuscule Delights and the CreateX Finale featuring Kate Miller-Heidke, Carita Farrer Spencer, Naomi Price

DeepBlue at St Peters

Thursday, 23 June 2016 by

June 4 was a cold and rainy Saturday in Indooroopilly, but for DeepBlue and St Peters Lutheran College Music department it was a day full of excitement, musical talent and collaboration. St Peters presented us with one of the largest groups of YoungBlue participants we have ever had! Over 250 music students learned and memorised

On Wednesday, 20 April, DeepBlue took over St John’s Anglican College’s theatre for a full day of YoungBlue workshops. We started bright and early with Drama workshops to get participants comfortable on stage and ready to let their personalities shine during their performances. We were so happy to see so many familiar faces and it

April 2 was a hot and sunny Saturday at the Sunshine Coast, and as we arrived at the Kings Beach Amphitheater to sound check early in the afternoon, people walking to and from the beach were curiously drawn to our music. Kids danced around and families promised to return for the event that night. Later