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Six Music Concert Events in Perth - Spring 2019

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Published September 30th 2019
Several good shows and concerts to see in Perth
There are many shows in Perth in the next few months and this list features six shows which I believe are worth buying tickets to.

1. ALICE GILES: HARP CELEBRATION
Date: 6th October 2019 at 2.00 pm at the Richard Gill Auditorium, 1.110, 2 Bradford St, Mount Lawley.

With Music Director and Performer Alice Giles, accompanied by the stars of the Perth Harp Festival.



One of the world's leading harp soloists, the Australian-born Alice Giles leads the Perth Harp Festival in a fabulous and exquisite harp music show.

If you arrive from 12:30 pm to meet harpists, you will be able to try playing the harp and visit information and sales stalls.

Tickets are available from Harp Society here.

2. BEETHOVEN'S EROTICA
Date:11th and 12 October 2019.

This show will be hosted by WASO at the Perth Concert Hall. It is for adults, teens from 13 to 17 years of age and for seniors. Bookings can be made by phoning (08) 9326 0000.

Beethoven's Eroica Symphony is also a deeply personal work which was inspired by the ideals of the French revolution and the German Enlightenment.

You can find out more at this website.

3. DIE FLEDERMAUS
Date: 14th to 19th October 2019 at 7.30 pm at the Geoff Gibbs Theatre, 1.150, 2 Bradford St, Mount Lawley.

Ticket Prices are from $39 to $45 and the show is for adults. You can phone and book on 134 328.

With Director Rachel McDonald and Music Director Burhan GŁner. Performed by Classical Voice students with the WAAPA Symphony Orchestra.

This show is created by the waltz king Johann Strauss Jr. Die Fledermaus, meaning The Bat, is a strong mix of bright music all-around a brilliant farce. It is a lighthearted tale of "love, revenge and mistaken identities".

The action follows Eisenstein who would rather be at a party than go to gaol, his wife Rosalinde who is keen to teach him a lesson, and their cute maid Adele, whose eye for the main chance is unchanging.



For more information on this show, check out this site.

4. MESDAMES ET MESSIEURS
Date: 17th October 2019 at 7.30 pm at the Richard Gill Auditorium.

Ticket prices are from $24 to $29 and you can phone them on 134 328 for bookings.

WAAPA's multi-talented group of pianists and the distinguished Professor David Tunley recreate the immense and intimate musical galleries of France.

Enjoy a selection of well-loved and hidden gems from the French piano repertoire.

For more information on this event, please go to this website.

5. ABORIGINAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE
Date: 12th to 21st November 2019 at 7.30 pm at Enright Studio, 241, 2 Bradford St, Mount Lawley.

The ticket prices are from $23 to $28. This is a family-friendly event and you can book by phoning them on (08) 93706636.

With Director Rick Brayford. Performed by: Aboriginal Performance students.

WAAPA's Aboriginal Performance program gets the students ready in a range of acting and performance disciplines. It is a one-year course which ends up in the public performance of a melodramatic work.



Join this function in a celebration of modern indigenous performance and culture as you will see the achievements of the 2019 ensemble.

There will also be a post-show discussion on Tuesday 19th November 2019.

For more information on this performance please go to this website.

6. VERGE
Date: 16th to 23rd November 2019 from 7.30 pm at Geoff Gibbs Theatre, 1.150, 2 Bradford St, Mount Lawley.

The ticket prices are from $29 concession/ friends and $34 general. The show is a family-friendly one and you can book by phoning them on 134 328.

On the edge of their professional careers, WAAPA's graduating dancers celebrate their last season as students in a dazzling display of specialised skill, versatility and lascivious performance.

The acclaimed Belgium-based dancer will be a welcome choreographer for this show. The teacher Helder Seabra, founder of HelKa VZW and former dancer with renowned dance companies, Wim Vandekeybus and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui will also be here.

For more information, go to this website.
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Where: Perth
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