Rachael Dease didn’t expect anyone to hear her new music; this week, she performs it to a sold-out crowd.
In ten short years, Annelies Crowe has gone from homesick Tasmanian studying in Perth to working in Sydney as associate producer on Hamilton, the hottest show in Australia.
The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts has released its 2021 Performance Program, with over 120 performances and concerts on offer throughout the year ahead.
He may be following in the footsteps of fellow WAAPA graduate Hugh Jackman, but Ethan Jones is determined to make the role of Peter Allen his own.
WAAPA is inviting artists and arts workers to take part in a research project that seeks to understand the impact of the COVID pandemic on the arts sector in Australia.
Native Western Australian birds are the composers and stars of an engaging new music project at Edith Cowan University.
Opera divas let down their hair at the Fringe when old friends Daniella Sicari, Leah Guelfi and Caitlin Cassidy join forces for Let’s Misbehave!
A debut album by guitarist Dan Garner announces the arrival of a new jazz front man on the Perth scene.
A new film by a registered nurse turned filmmaker and a creative work that uses contemporary dance to convey emotion are celebrating the extraordinary dedication of our midwives and nurses.
Music lovers are invited to enjoy their fill of fabulous jazz, contemporary, classical and new music at the WAAPA Music Feast on Saturday 5 December from 11am to 7pm.
In just under two years, Perth-based indie girl band Dulcie have gone from being tertiary students to one of the most up-and-coming bands on the Australian music scene.