A tasty Tuesday series of free classical lunchtime concerts featuring staff, students or visiting guests serving up sumptuous musical treats for hungry ears!
Michael Askill powers up Defying Gravity with his extraordinary musical skills and experiences in a super-charged, dance-inspired evening of musical entertainment.
Romantic music at its best, as trumpet virtuoso Brent Grapes joins the WAAPA Symphony Orchestra in a thrilling concert of orchestral masterworks.
This concert will showcase arrangements of pop and rock classics from musical legends such as the Beatles, Gypsy Kings, David Bowie and much more.
With jaw- dropping virtuosity and a flair for the unexpected, the North American duo parade their musical skills and passions in this showcase performance.
WAAPA's Symphonic Wind Ensemble explores the extremes of human emotion in a concert of contrasts.
This perennial Mozart favourite is performed by the WAAPA String Camerata along with Joseph Haydn's passionate Symphony No. 44 in E minor. An evening of succulent and sublime classical music.
WAAPA's leading piano students celebrate the music of Rachmaninoff and his contemporaries in what will be a night to remember.
The first and still only one of its kind in Australia, this event brings together staff and students from a number of schools across WA, along with saxophone enthusiasts from the wider community.
Renowned for their mastery of orchestral colour, the treatment of the brass and woodwinds by Richard Wagner and Richard Strauss has left a lasting legacy on composers to this day.
Watch as Paul Tanner, one of Australia's most versatile percussionists, performs a program of his favourite solos, featuring some surprise musical guests including the Mix't Trio.
You're invited to come behind the scenes at WAAPA. ECU's Open Day at the Mount Lawley campus gives you the perfect opportunity to see our talented students in action in rehearsals, classes and short concerts.
In this concert of classical guitar artistry, Paul Cesarczyk performs solo and is joined by WAAPA's own Jonathan Paget for duets on 19th century guitars.
A night of drama and superb musicianship as WAAPA's three leading instrumentalists join the WAAPA Symphony Orchestra to battle it out in the final of the prestigious 2019 Warana Prize.
This free event offers a rare opportunity for audiences to sample innovative arts projects in their nascent stages, and to view the ideas that will transform the future of arts discourse.
WAAPA's elite student chamber ensemble dazzles in a program of superb chamber music.
Defying Gravity joins International percussion virtuosi Fiona Digney and Robert Oetomo to explore a mystical world of exotic instruments, seductive timbres, breathtaking images, and the overwhelming power of rhythm!
Unique, astonishing, pioneering, enchanting and mesmerising, Drumming sweeps audiences into another realm – a musical universe where time stands still, where rhythms shimmer with joy, and melodies unfold until they sparkle like
This concert showcases the winners of the Royal Over-Seas League prizes in Chamber Music, the Music of Bach, Improvisation, Art Song, Early Keyboard and Composition.
A night of romance and passion, as Paul Wright directs WAAPA's String Camerata in a ravishing program of music for strings.
One of the world's leading harp soloists, the Australian-born musician leads the Perth Harp Festival in a celebration of exquisite harp music showcasing the talents of Perth's harpists.
Australia's most outstanding brass players dazzle in a concert of showcase works for brass quintet.
Book a ticket and take a step back into time as WAAPA's multi-talented team of pianists and the illustrious Professor David Tunley recreate the sophisticated and intimate musical salons of France.
Every year, WAAPA's top classical musicians vie for a glittering series of performance prizes and scholarships. Tonight, the recipients of these prizes dazzle you with their award-winning virtuosity.
It's on again! WAAPA's Symphonic Wind Ensemble celebrates Halloween in style with a rip-snorter of a concert!
Described as 'the most ethereal of Brahms's larger works', the String Sextet No. 2 in G Major, Op. 36 is a musical love letter to Agathe von Siebold.