WAAPA’s talented student dancers reach new artistic heights in neo-classical and contemporary dance works created on them by four outstanding Australian choreographers.
Join WAAPA’s Wind and Brass Ensemble under the musical direction of Philip Everall and Brent Grapes as they perform famous inspirational battle-themed music in Battle and Victory.
In May, two of WA’s top percussion ensembles join forces to present four joy-filled concerts of super-charged percussive entertainment guaranteed to delight and amaze.
In April, St Mary’s Cathedral will be filled with the sublime sounds of soaring voices as Nicholas Cleobury leads WAAPA’s Classical Vocal students in a beautiful program of choral music.
Two-time ARIA award winner and multi-platinum album selling artist Megan Washington comes to WAAPA in April to headline two exceptional nights of jazz music.
Get ready for an exhilarating performance as the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts’ stars of tomorrow take centre stage.
WAAPA presents the WA premiere of the deliciously dark contemporary musical, Heathers.
From the Royal Albert Hall to WAAPA’s Spiegeltent, acclaimed British vocal coach, Mary King, invites aspiring singers to learn choruses from the greatest musical theatre shows in this awesome and entertaining workshop.
The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts opens its theatres and studios in December and January to present a host of exciting courses for children and young people.
Decibel will perform a series of works by visiting Professor Simon Emmerson, in addition to some works composed within the ensemble.
Hear from the man who was responsible for bringing more than 130 historical pianos to Perth at this special lecture.
An international ballet competition coming to Sydney will give four WAAPA dancers the chance to pirouette their way into the best ballet companies in the world.
From Monday, 12 - Monday 19 November WAAPA stages its final dance season for the year.
In the final lecture in this series, How Piano is your Forte?, Professor Geoffrey Lancaster AM will present an aural journey through the history of the piano.
With support from WAAPA and the ECU Silver Jubilee Visiting Professor grant, prominent electroacoustic musician and researcher Simon Emmerson will deliver a keynote address as part of his visit to WAAPA.