Edith Cowan University’s Coordinator of Classical Music, Tim White, has received a 2021 Fulbright Scholar Award.
With audience numbers reset to 100% capacity, WAAPA welcomes music lovers back to the Geoff Gibbs Theatre for an outstanding evening of freshly minted jazz works composed by some of Australia’s hottest jazz musicians.
The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), at Edith Cowan University’s Mount Lawley campus, is opening its doors to the public on Sunday, 18 April from 10am until 4pm for the annual ECU Open Day event.
Arts Management graduate Alexis Johns knows from personal experience the importance of WAAPA’s internship opportunities.
WAAPA’s first dance season for 2021 kicks off with an exciting interdisciplinary performance that brings Dance and Music students together on stage for a program of fresh, new classical and contemporary dance works.
WAAPA is delighted to welcome music lovers back to its annual choral concert at St Mary’s Cathedral performed by Perth’s finest young singers and musicians.
Get ready to be inspired, provoked and entertained as WAAPA’s 3rd Year Acting students take their creative talents to Downstairs at The Maj in two seasons of brand-new original short works.
Ellida, a lighthouse keeper’s daughter, is living a life of quiet desperation with her husband in a coastal town when a mysterious lover from her past arrives. Will she stay on dry land with her husband or answer the call of the sea?
After extensive consultation, the WAAPA Equity, Inclusion and Opportunity Working Party, led by Dr Frances Barbe and comprised of WAAPA students, guest alumni and staff, have developed a Statement on Anti-Racism.