Disney Seeks Feedback on The Music of Pixar Live! Opening Weekend Performances

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The Music of Pixar Live On-Stage

Even though only a few days have gone by since The Music of Pixar Live! A Symphony of Characters opened at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney is already looking to gauge audiences reactions to this new symphonic concert via the distribution of an email survey.

The Music of Pixar Live!, for those that haven’t heard,  is a new production that runs daily and in tandem with Beauty and the Beast at Hollywood Studio’s Theater of the Stars.  The performance features a symphony orchestra that takes visitors through amazing renditions of the scores and popular tunes of much-loved Disney •Pixar films including: Finding Nemo, Cars, Monsters, Inc. Toy Story and Up.  As the symphony plays,  giant screens  play scenes from the films. Some of the characters from the films also make an appearance on stage making The Music of Pixar Live! part orchestral concert, part stage show.  The production is currently being slated as a limited time offer expected to run until the end of Summer.

Pixar Survey

The audience feedback survey (like the one pictured above) is currently being distributed to previous attendees via email.  During the process guests are asked a series of questions relating to many facets of the experience from comfort of the amphitheater, music quality,  character appearances, run time, merchandising and the value of the The Music of Pixar Live! dining package.  Participants are also asked about their level of engagement in the Arts outside of Disney as well as other basic questions concerning demographics.

Disney has not released any word yet regarding the future of this concert so it can only be assumed that these email surveys will help inform the process.  We here at Chip and Co wonder with the Arts-focused questions whether Disney may be considering it as part of 2018’s Festival of the Arts if it doesn’t make the cut as a permanent Hollywood Studios fixture.

For more information on The Music of Pixar Live! A Symphony of Characters check out this article  More information on the dining plan can be found here.

Have you already seen The Music of Pixar Live? If so, share your feedback in the comments below.

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Disney Seeks Feedback on The Music of Pixar Live! Opening Weekend Performances

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2 thoughts on “Disney Seeks Feedback on The Music of Pixar Live! Opening Weekend Performances

  1. I went and do love music. I hadnt read anything on the show prior to seeing it on the first performance. I left the show just very meh. The orchestra part of it was amazing, definitely very accomplished. I didnt think it had much of a connection for me. No storyline I could follow, no emotional connection to the films or characters, I feel badly as this looks to be a show with a lot of effort put into it, but it just fell flat for me. Many of the people in the audience walked out before the end. I was sitting in the right hand bleacher section and there wasnt 10 people in that section by the end of the show. Others sitting closer did give it a standing ovation, and one of my other friends loved it. Seems like it is very hit and miss. I am sad, as I love seeing live music in the parks. Marie

  2. I haven’t seen it yet, but I am hoping it is still there on our next trip. I love the Pixar musical scores and often play them at home in the background as I work and/or study.

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