Luzita Fereday - Lecturer in Voice (The Conversation)
In a thrilling development for music in Western Australia, Edith Cowan University has appointed five dynamic new staff members to WAAPA’s Classical Music program: the extraordinary Darlington Quartet, and the internationally renowned conductor Jessica Gethin.
Graduation and Honours recitals are the highlight of a music student’s studies, and bring WAAPA’s annual music calendar to a thrilling conclusion. After years of diligent practice and performance, the standard of these music recitals is exceptional. Spread across three venues this year, we encourage you to come and support our students.
Dance lovers are in for an unprecedented treat this November when WAAPA pays homage to the world-renowned choreographer Pina Bausch in its final dance season for the year, Icon: An Extraordinary Event.
Performance making and puppetry combine for a magical theatrical event! For two shows only, WAAPA’s graduating Performing Arts students join with Spare Parts Puppet Theatre to present The Last Ship Left, an original puppetry performance at the WA Maritime Museum.
On Tuesday 4 October, WAAPA hosted the Vice Chancellor’s Shakespeare Awards in the Roundhouse Theatre.
A live performance at ECU is set to show how sports science and yoga can help prevent injury in saxophonists and keep them in peak mental and physical condition.
WAAPA is offering an exciting new opportunity for aspiring musicians in the Great Southern region – from 2023 onwards, WAAPA’s expert Music staff will be delivering its Diploma of Music course in Albany.
Review of The Pajama Game, WAAPA 3rd Year Music Theatre and Music by Seesaw, WA Arts Magazine.
In WA, the Royal Overseas League strongly supports Arts activities, through the generous provision of prizes, awards and scholarships to WAAPA students.
Live for one night only, the internationally acclaimed Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) comes together with Albany’s vibrant music community to perform its annual contemporary music showcase.
Congratulations to the following WAAPA alumni, staff and students who were the recipients of 2022 Performing Arts WA Awards, announced at a ceremony at the State Theatre Centre on Monday 8 August.