Disney Music Exhibit Coming to Southern CA


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Presented at Western Center for Archaeology & Paleontology
February 6 — May 10, 2009
Disney: The Music Behind the Magic explores Disney's legacy and draws inspiration from Disney animation, television programming, theme parks, live-action films and Broadway musicals in addition to the label's artist roster past and present, which includes music sensations ranging from Annette Funicello to Raven-Symoné and The Cheetah Girls. The exhibition contains more than 65 rare artifacts from the Disney Archives including the striped jacket worn by Dick Van Dyke in "Mary Poppins," and the film shooting schedule for "High School Musical."

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The exhibit features five interpretive videos, including excerpts of key Disney films and interviews with artists and experts such as Richard Sherman, Alan Menken, Phil Collins, and Leonard Maltin. Visitors also engage in interactive activities where, for example, they can mix their own classic Disney tracks and even participate in a musical interactive challenge.

Organized by Experience Music Project, Seattle, Washington.

On the Net:

Western Center for Archaeology & Paleontology
2345 Searl Parkway ● Hemet, CA 92543 ● 951-791-0033

Experience Music Project
325 5th Avenue North ● Seattle, WA 98109 ● 206-770-2700
 

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