Music on the Terrace
Piers Lane plays the complete Chopin Nocturnes.
The 21 Nocturnes of Chopin are regarded as some of the finest and most elegant works ever written for piano. They cover a wide expressive range, from dreamy lyricism to ardent passion, from moments of tender intimacy to explosions of intense energy.
Piers Lane is Australia’s most celebrated concert pianist, a Chopin player of the highest order who is internationally acclaimed for his brilliant and insightful performances.
Government House Ballroom will be candlelit for this special musical event.
Enhance your experience with a 'Champagne Afternoon Tea' – more information under 'Food & Beverage' below.
ON SALE DATES
Government House Foundation Members Tuesday 2 January, 10am
General Public Monday 29 January, 10am
Piers Lane pianist
CHOPIN 21 Nocturnes
ADDITIONAL TICKETING INFORMATION
BECOME A MEMBER TO SAVE & SUPPORT
Save on ticket prices and enjoy other benefits when you become a Government House Foundation Member.
Learn more about Member benefits and how to become a Member here.
SUBSCRIBE & SAVE
Save on ticket prices when you purchase tickets to all four Music on the Terrace concerts in Government House Ballroom.
Call the Perth Concert Hall Box Office on 9231 9999 to purchase a subscription.
UNDER 30s $35 tickets*
Mobile tickets will be emailed shortly after the order confirmation.
*A one-off handling fee of $6.90 applies to all web, phone, mail and in-person bookings. An additional fee of $4.40 per transaction applies for delivery via Registered Post. All ticket / item prices include GST, if applicable.
*Times are approximate and subject to change at any time.
FOOD & BEVERAGE
Champagne Afternoon Tea $25*
Enhance your experience by purchasing a special Champagne Afternoon Tea to be served at interval.
In the spirit of the 19th-century Parisian Salons this will include French Champagne and petit fours served in the upper galleries of the ballroom.
The Champagne Afternoon Tea must be purchased in advance. Bookings are limited.
Music on the Terrace is presented by the Government House Foundation.
Photo: Benjamin Ealovega