Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 ‘Resurrection’ is an awe-inspiring, musical saga of life, death and transcendence. This amazing 90-minute symphony is a monumental journey that starts in the depths of despair, then channels the combined power of more than 250 musicians for an electrifying finale that shakes the rafters and soars to the heavens above.
WA Youth Orchestra is joined by members of Orchestra of the Music Makers (Singapore) in an epic international collaboration under the baton of Maestro Tze Law Chan.
This extraordinary event will also feature two of Australia’s most outstanding and popular vocal soloists, Taryn Fiebig, Fiona Campbell and a special chorus in a once in a lifetime experience.
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Western Australian Youth Orchestra
Orchestra of the Music Makers (Singapore)
Tze Law Chan Conductor
Taryn Fiebig Soprano
Fiona Campbell Mezzo-Soprano
Perth Symphonic Chorus
The Winthrop Singers
Dr Margaret Pride OAM Chorus Director
ADDITIONAL TICKETING INFORMATION
Concessions apply to:
Full-time Tertiary Students (School students use the School Student price)
Health Care card holders
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The Café is currently only open for pre-show dining 2 hours prior to WASO and ACO concerts as well as for barista coffee and cake after these concerts. Dinner reservations are essential.
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Food and beverage facilities are open 2 hours prior to WASO and ACO concerts and 1.5 hours prior to other performances*. Post-performance opening times vary - please refer to information provided on the night.
Tailored to individual events and concerts, a range of food options - from buffet dinner and hot and cold Grab & Go dishes to snacks and sweets - are available. Please refer to information provided on the night for available food choices.
*Please note that service times may vary between performances - please check individual event information for any variations.
The Perth Concert Hall box office generally opens for sales and ticket collections 90 minutes before the start of a performance.
Please note starting Friday 23 March 2018 - 30 mins prior to performances, the Box Office will only be available for sales to that night's performance.
The authorised ticket seller for any events sold on this website is Perth Concert Hall. Please be aware that Perth Concert Hall has no obligation to honour tickets purchased via unauthorised re-sellers. If you attend an event with a ticket purchased via an unauthorised re-seller such as Viagogo, Ticketbis, eBay, Gumtree, Tickets Australia or otherwise, you may be refused entry to the event.
Please contact the Perth the Perth Concert Hall box office on 9231 9999 during business hours.
Should you require additional leg room, please consult our handy seating map here before booking your tickets. Alternatively, please don't hesitate to let our friendly Box Office staff know of your requirements when you are booking.
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If an event is cancelled all ticket holders will be emailed with instructions for receiving a refund.
Unless explicitly permitted by the promoter, taking photos of the performance is a violation of copyright and NOT permitted. If a patron is seen using a recording device, an usher will ask you to stop and your camera may be confiscated.
If you arrive late to a performance, you will be admitted at the first suitable break determined by the promoter. Some events have a strict lock-out policy to ensure that seated patrons and performers are not disturbed. In this case the earliest admittance may be at interval.
No, there is no dress code in place at Perth Concert Hall.
It is required that you turn your mobile phone off upon entry into performances. A mobile device switched to silent may still disturb other patrons due to the light so it is asked that the mobile be switched completely off.
It is recommended you arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the show, especially if you need to pick up tickets from the box office.
Standard mail, Registered Post or collection at the venue.
If you purchased directly through Perth Concert Hall, tickets can be collected during box office hours (9am-5pm) or from 90 minutes prior to a performance.
Best available seating automatically allocates seats to you based on your ticket request. It is the quickest way to purchase tickets but to ensure complete satisfaction we recommend choosing your own seats.
Tickets purchased through Ticketmaster can be collected during box office hours only. For tickets bought through all other resellers (e.g. Perth Festival, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Musica Viva), tickets can be collected from one hour prior to the performance.
For any tickets purchased through Perth Concert Hall Ticketing, no refunds or exchanges are permissible except as provided in the Live Performance Australia Code of Practice for the Ticketing of Live Events in Australia, or at the discretion of the Promoter.
For any ticket exchanges that are permissible, there will be an exchange fee of $7.70.
Please confirm that you selected “Post” or “Registered Post” as the delivery method when you booked your tickets. Your tickets should generally arrive within 7-14 days after purchase. If your tickets don’t arrive within this timeframe, please contact the Perth Concert Hall box office on 9231 9999 or firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible (prior to the performance date).
If your tickets have been lost or stolen, we can usually facilitate a ticket replacement. Please contact the Perth the Perth Concert Hall box office on 9231 9999 or email@example.com. We are not able to replace lost or stolen General Admission tickets, so please treat them like you would cash.
The handling fee factors in a variety of costs including those associated with processing and fulfilling your order and the technology you to provide you with our service.