by Sarah Cork
A freelance writer living in Perth, WA. Not the droid you're looking for.
Published February 28th 2023
Update May 28th 2023
This event has been cancelled
ET, Indy, Potter, Darth Vader in the one place
If you have seen an incredible film, with rousing music and wonderful effects, then the chances are, you have seen one of the incredible films of John Williams. His music is thrilling and brings an atmosphere to every movie that he works on. So if you want to hear some wonderful songs, performed by an incredible Symphonic Orchestra, and watch some of the scenes from the film at the same time. The Music Of John Williams comes to life at the Perth Concert Hall and fans of his music will have an incredible time.
Some of the songs that you will be treated to include Star Wars. This will be the original trilogy, where all of the best music came from! You will be transported back through time and it will be just like you are watching ET for the first time all over again. Jurassic Park will bring the dinosaurs back to life again. Indiana Jones, Superman and Schindler's List will be swelling up and allowing you to feel the same emotions you had the very first time you heard them. And if you love Harry Potter, then the incredible songs will make up some of the moments in this concert.
John Williams has won five Oscars during his time as one of the best scorers in movie history. You will get the chance to see selected scenes from the movies at the same time as the songs are being performed. There will also be a choir and soloists performing. And, there will also be illuminations and laser projections at the same time.
If you love movies, and beautiful songs then there is nowhere else you will want to be. The Perth Concert Hall will be host to this amazing performance on Sunday the 4th of June. This is a matinee performance, it starts at 2pm. Tickets vary in price and there are concession prices available. Spend the afternoon being transported to faraway worlds and may the force be with you.
Why? To be transported to far away worlds