A tasty Tuesday series of free classical lunchtime concerts featuring staff, students or visiting guests serving up sumptuous musical treats for hungry ears!
Four of Haydn’s finest keyboard sonatas will be played by acclaimed fortepianist Geoffrey Lancaster on some of the Viennese and English pianos available at WAAPA.
Spanish percussion superstar Miquel Bernat entrances listeners with beauty and virtuosity, as the rapturous sounds of ancient and modern percussion soar through the trees and gardens of the Fremantle Arts Centre.
A driven performance that explores what we carry from family, culture, in love, across borders and boundaries.
Arthur Miller’s timeless parable attacks the evils of mindless persecution and the terrifying power of false accusations.
From the award-winning composer and lyricist of the hot-ticket musical Hamilton comes this sassy, sexy sensation of a show brimming with hip-hop, salsa and soul music.
This much-loved family friendly night of entertainment under the stars features some of the most talented musicians and performers from WAAPA's Jazz and Contemporary music streams.
The City of Stirling, Edith Cowan University and WAAPA proudly present Australia’s premier performing arts academy in concert.
From the heroic myths of Egypt, Greece and Rome to the magical depths of German forests and the heights of mountains, Schubert, Schumann and their poets have musically painted vivid, breathtaking scenes.
Mozart's extraordinary final work - the uplifting, passionate and deeply moving Requiem - fills the beautiful St Mary's Cathedral as WA's finest young singers and orchestral players join forces in music that will leave you spellbound.
Having worked with the biggest names in Jazz, it is with great excitement we welcome them to WAAPA for this celebration of Afro-Cuban music in New York.
Staff and students from Classical, Jazz and Contemporary Music join together to present an event where classical, jazz, minimalism and funk collide, collude and collaborate to produce some truly ‘original blends’.
The wonderful Emma Matthews, Australia’s favourite soprano and WAAPA’s new Head of Classical Voice, shares with us some of her personal favourites in a delightful afternoon of song.
A super-charged circus-inspired evening of musical entertainment, a joy-filled show brimming with surprise, delight and wonder… and supreme musicianship.
Chekhov's masterly meditation on how the old take revenge on the young is both comic and tragic, and marks the birth of the modern stage.
Oscar Wilde’s most elegant comic masterpiece is brought vividly to life by visiting British director Dan Bird.
WAAPA’s talented dancers rise to new artistic heights in neo-classical and contemporary dance works created on them by four outstanding choreographers.
This festival of new sounds features WAAPA’s Composition and Music Technology students and staff performing five nights of original music at ECU's Spectrum Project Space.
Inspired by the 1924 surrealist movement, WAAPA’S adventurous young theatre-makers will look back on the ideas, imaginings and art generated from this time to create a dynamic program of thought provoking and original self-devised solos.
Pianist Thomas Hecht follows pathways from the Old World to the New, with the great composers Bach, Beethoven and Brahms who are often referred to as 'the 'Three B’s'.
This concert features works by WAAPA Composition and Music Technology students responding to the key moment that mainstreamed the aesthetics and techniques of alternative musical exploration.
Superstar Emma Matthews, Australia’s renowned international opera star, returns to Perth as WAAPA’s new Head of Classical Voice.
Put on your dancing shoes and get ready for some serious funky good times as WAAPA's talented Jazz musicians and special guests present this interactive performance of New Orleans modern jazz and funk.
Composers from Australia, New Zealand, Japan and the United States have contributed new songs for outstanding American tenor Kevin Hanrahan and WAAPA singers.
Keen singers, shy singers, bathroom singers and stage animals of all kinds are invited to our Spiegeltent, The Edith, for a day of sheer joy with the inspiring Mary King (UK).
Daring, surprising and different: WAAPA's graduate dance company perform exciting new works choreographed by guest artists
In an exciting collaboration, WAAPA and WAYJO come together to present a showcase of the rising stars of the jazz world in the WAAPA Jazz Young Artists Ensemble.
The WAAPA Symphonic Wind Ensemble shines its boots and marches into 2018 with a program celebrating the military band tradition.
WAAPA's talented piano students present this celebration of Chopin’s beloved piano music.
Special guest Australian guitarist Ken Murray joins WAAPA's guitar students for a fascinating musical journey into the Australian outback, from the musically iconic to the arcane.
For all amusement seekers everywhere, we propose an evening of delights prodigious and fantastical.
Alexandre Da Costa joins his students to perform one of his signature pieces in a concert that overflows with charm, energy and virtuosity.
Join fortepianists Geoffrey Lancaster and James Huntingford as they present three of Beethoven’s most popular and revolutionary piano sonatas.
WAAPA guitar lecturer, Freddie Grigson, leads the incredibly talented jazz guitar students through a diverse range of music featuring the king of the string instruments (according to them!).
Torn between army politics and the love of his soldiers on the front line of war, a legendary leader begins to spiral out of control.
A classic story of love, lust, passion and power. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the New York Drama Critics’ Circle Best Play in 1948, A Streetcar Named Desire is one of the most celebrated plays of the 20th century.