This event was originally titled 'Ensemble Q'. Due to current border restrictions, Wind Quintet Plus will be replacing Ensemble Q for a new concert on the same date.
Drama and lyricism by two of the greats.
Music out of this world!
The third in our exclusive Soirée Series features two of Australia’s finest divas, our very own Fiona Campbell and equally adored Sara Macliver.
From Pink Floyd to Iain Grandage, guitarist Slave Grigoryan joins the ACO for music that will heighten your awareness and invigorate your senses.
One of the most dramatic and thrilling symphonies of the 20th century.
Unforgettable music of destiny and protest.
WA Youth Orchestra brings to life Ravel’s most famous and mesmerising works, the passion and hypnotic power of Boléro.
Joyous baroque favourites.
Australia’s early music superstar returns!
These are concerts of masterpieces, glowing with warmth and melody, performed by masterly artists the equal of any in the world.
A dark past, a hopeful future.
174 years after its composition, Louise Farrenc’s Third Symphony receives its Australian premiere with the UWA Symphony Orchestra.
In an an epic blend of classical and rock music, Australian rock legends The Angels bring you a special orchestrated concert.
Catch this WASO debut!
Music to touch your soul.
Adapted from Paul Kildea’s book Chopin’s Piano, underlining the sheer originality and enduring power of this most adored composer.
Grab your flags and your friends.
After sell-out performances in 2015, the ACO returns with Vivaldi's masterpiece interspersed with the masters of the oud and riq, Joseph and James Tawadros.
Beethoven’s most popular symphony plus WASO’s blazing horns.
Introducing young WA composer Lydia Gardiner, whose work will stand proudly alongside Britten's much loved classic, sung by an upper voice choir drawn from the Cathedral Consort.
Experience exquisite lyricism and raw power.
The wonders of Handel’s Messiah are made almost endless when directed by Perth’s own brilliant choral director Dr Margaret Pride OAM and orchestrally led by inspiring violinist Paul Wright.
Rising star of the cello Sheku Kanneh-Mason and his six siblings have been described by Simon Cowell as the world’s most talented family. Join them this year for their first ever Australian tour!