A tasty Tuesday series of free classical lunchtime concerts featuring students, staff and visiting guests serving up sumptuous musical treats for hungry ears!
Percussion virtuoso Joshua Webster powers up Defying Gravity, creating musical magic amidst the trees and gardens of the Fremantle Arts Centre.
WAAPA’s LINK Dance Company goes underground and presents a stunning double bill of contemporary dance works at the State Theatre Centre.
Actor and director Sean O’Shea returns to his alma mater to direct William Shakespeare's definitive revenge tragedy.
The WAAPA Chorale and soloists, brass, strings and organ entwine in St Mary’s Cathedral as we continue our tradition of presenting the greatest choral music performed by the nest young performers.
From Melbourne, visiting guest artist Melanie Beddie directs the final year BPA students in this innovative performance project about displacement and identity.
The story-telling magic of ABBA’s timeless songs propels this enchanting story of love, laughter, family and friendship into a magical, intoxicating night of entertainment!
Join Geoffrey Lancaster and Paul Wright for this mid-afternoon concert as they perform three of Mozart’s sonatas for fortepiano and violin.
Whether you listen to classical orchestras, jazz, pop, rock or Eastern-European folk music, this show will spin, twist and fuse the music you love to create an extraordinary palette of musical worlds.
Chamber music at its best! WAAPA’s elite Indian Ocean Ensemble performs one of the world’s most-loved works.
West Australian Symphony Orchestra CEO Mark Coughlan and selected WASO instrumentalists join WAAPA lecturers Anna Sleptsova and Emily Green-Armytage, acclaimed Opera Australia soprano Emma Matthews, and Philip Everall in a celebration of the
Join this spectacular seven-piece band as they take you back in time with vibrant pop hits from the 60s and 70s.
New voices and new sounds – enjoy a fabulous week of world premieres by Composition and Music Technology students and staff.
In the 100 years since its premiere, Gustav Holst's influential orchestral work The Planets has shaped the way we imagine the sound of space.
In this special concert, Benny will share his outstanding artistry accompanied by WAAPA’s talented instrumentalists and vocalists in an evening of exceptional swing and groove.
WAAPA’s three leading instrumentalists join the WAAPA Symphony Orchestra to battle it out in the final of the prestigious 2020 Warana Prize. Each student performs their favourite concerto movement in a night of drama and superb musicianship.
Come on a journey through the romantic Lieder repertoire with music by Beethoven, Schumann, Schubert, Wolf and Brahms.
WAAPA's Music Artists present their fabulous original works along with creative rearrangements of iconic tunes from song masters of our modern times.
Sparks fly as the amazing Chinese percussionist Le Yu leads Defying Gravity into a magical world of sound, rhythm and groove, using marimbas, vibraphones and a kaleidoscope of gorgeous and exotic percussion instruments.
Aurora Percussion Duo produce adrenaline- fueled concert performances which are visually spectacular, physically demanding and presented with the artistry of dedicated chamber musicians.
WAAPA is proud to welcome back this exciting showcase of the rising talent of the Western Australian jazz world.
Join us on a world tour showcasing the diverse and delectable riches of the guitar, including selections from China, Japan, Australia, Latin America, Spain, and more.
The exhilarating music of Antonio Vivaldi and Astor Piazzola merges to provide inspiring material for WAAPA's wonderful String Camerata, lead by Head of Strings Paul Wright.
From New Zealand, visiting guest artists Kemp English and Yuka Eguchi play a dazzling recital program of Viennese salon masterworks that symbolise not only an era, but also the essence of the Viennese spirit.
This concert showcases contemporary pop songs with a funky brass flavour that is guaranteed to get you moving.
American composer John Mackey’s 2014 symphony for band was inspired by Homer’s epic poem, The Odyssey, the thrilling adventures of Odysseus as he journeys through the Mediterranean following the fall of Troy.
From the life-affirming music of Mozart and Beethoven to the expressionist, questioning music of Schoenberg and Webern, join WAAPA’s piano students in a vivid exploration of the music inspired by this magical city.
From Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Sam Shepard, A Lie of the Mind probes the decay at the heart of the American dream.
WAAPA’s talented dance students rise to new artistic heights in four imaginative and entertaining dance works.
Seventeen professional dancers are auditioning for only eight spots in the chorus line of a Broadway show. Through drama, dance and song, A Chorus Line presents a true picture of what it’s like to be in the theatre.