Life is about the journey - some roads are not always what they seem but you sure learn a great deal from them!
West Australian Symphony Orchestra (WASO) is hosting an amazing itinerary of the Classics. Guests can enjoy a selection of music from composers such as Berlioz, Vivaldi, Gershwin, De Falla, Piazzolla and Ravel. The latter is well known for his musical piece called Bolero.
Inside Perth's Concert Hall for Handel Messiah (photo compliments of SocialHummingBird)
WASO has been performing for over 90 years. Their very first performance was at the Queens Hall on 16 September 1928. They played Dvořák's Symphony No.9, a first for Perth at this time.
The WASO Summer Classic will be conducted by Benjamin Northey. It will be held at Perth's Concert Hall on 31 January at 7:30 pm and on 02 February at 2 pm.Tickets range from $45.00 to $104.00. Notably, concession fees are available.
There is ample paid parking below the Government House, however, there may also be free parking along Adelaide Terrace. Be sure to check the parking times on the signs. Some areas allow for free parking after 6 pm.