The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) will hold a unique concert with seven keyboard instruments from across history on stage at the same time.
WAAPA graduate Hugh Jackman received his medal as a Companion of the Order of Australia at an investiture ceremony at Government House in Canberra on Friday.
Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts student Julia Newsome wants to support those affected by cancer through a fairytale-themed gala concert.
The Brisbane actor and WAAPA Acting graduate has a blast taking the lead in Australian midnight madness crowd-pleaser Nekrotronic.
A crowd of former students, eminent musicians and well-wishers packed into the Larry Sitsky Recital Room at the ANU School of Music last night to celebrate the 85th birthday of the man after whom the room was named.
Get ready to be inspired, provoked and entertained as WAAPA’s graduating performance makers hit the Blue Room Theatre stage at full tilt, showcasing their creative talents over two weeks in September.
The Edith Spiegeltent at ECU Mount Lawley will be buzzing with emerging talent as WAAPA students take to the stage for their annual Contemporary Music Artist showcase, Songbook Sessions.
Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts executive director David Shirley is joining Black Swan’s board.
The beloved soprano reflects on her new role as WAAPA’s Head of Classical Voice and Opera Studies ahead of her From Broadway to La Scala tour.
August will wrap up with a bang at the Albany Entertainment Centre with a massive performance planned by secondary and tertiary music students.
For the first time in its 67 year history, West Australian Ballet has created a Children’s Ballet specifically aimed at three to six year olds and it will be choreographed by WAAPA Dance Lecturer Andries Weidemann.
Rosemount Hotel is set to be buzzing with emerging talent this September as WAAPA students take to the stage for their annual contemporary music artist showcase, The Songbook Sessions.
Performer Shaun Rennie spent the best part of 20 years touring in music theatre productions before tragedy changed his focus to directing.
At the end of August, WAAPA’s graduating dancers unleash their choreographic talents in a short season of highly original dance works at the Dolphin Theatre.
Professional dancers push their bodies to extraordinary limits, exposing themselves to physical and emotional stress. Choreographer Gideon Obarzanek, Director of Artistic Health Sue Mayes and dance scientist Peta Blevins join us to discuss how dancers can find their balance.