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In an unmissable trading of places WASO Principal Conductor Asher Fisch and Danish violinist Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider switch roles as Maestro and soloist!

Inspired by unrequited romantic love, Berlioz’s radical masterpiece Symphonie fantastique is full of passions, dreams and phantoms – a lovesick musician’s hallucinatory fantasies.

PLEASE NOTE | ROAD CLOSURES - GOVERNORS AVE Please be advised that due to road works, Governors Ave will be closed on this day. Both the Perth Concert Hall and Terrace Road car parks will remain open. Terrace Rd will be accessible via Victoria Ave.  Presented by the West Australian Symphony Orchest...

IMPORTANT PARKING INFORMATION Please be advised that undercover parking in Carpark No. 7 at Perth Concert Hall is limited due to construction and drainage works. Street entry is from Terrace Road (river front).  Depending on weather conditions, additional parking is may be available on the grass...

Presented by West Australian Symphony Orchestra Morning Symphony Series Colourful impressions of Spain and Rachmaninov’s Symphonic Dances.  Acclaimed French conductor Ludovic Morlot directs two exceptional works that revel in the vivid colours of a virtuoso orchestra. Debussy’s Ibéria is ...

English conductor Mark Wigglesworth has an enviable reputation as a musician of immense artistic integrity and is renowned for his masterly interpretations. His commanding control and passionate insight will bring Elgar’s dramatic First Symphony to life, a work that was instantly hailed...

Lauded for his deeply informed and intelligent musicianship, Russian conductor Dima Slobodeniouk makes his WASO debut with Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony.

Presented by the West Australian Symphony Orchestra Morning Symphony Series Witty, jaunty and mesmerising – music by three masters.  Scottish conductor Rory Macdonald leads WASO in three colourful works. First, Stravinsky’s witty and elegant Dumbarton Oaks, a neo-classical jewel of the repert...

Presented by West Australian Symphony Orchestra Morning Symphony Series An uplifting, soul-stirring Romantic favourite.  Dvorák’s earthy and dynamic Ninth Symphony, his musical love letter to the New World, was performed at WASO’s very first concert in 1928! Ninety years later, it is still a...