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Stacey Ann's South-West Tour

Join Perth-based indie/folk/pop singer-songwriter Stacey Ann on her debut headline tour featuring shows in Fremantle & the South-West region of WA to launch her new single 'Invisible'

  • Dates:8th May Mojos, Fremantle / 13th May - The River, Margaret River / 14th May - The Firestation, Busselton / 27th May - The Prince of Wales, Bunbury
  • Venue:Mojos Bar, Fremantle / The River, Margaret River/ The Firestation, Busselton / The Prince of Wales, Bunbury

Details

  • Music:Pop,Indie & Alternative,Country & Folk,Gig Guide,Free
  • Type:Adults Only,Community,Free,Youth
  • Food & Drink:Cocktail,Restaurant,Beer,Cider,Spirits,Whisky,Wine
  • Accessibility:Wheelchair Accessible, LGBTQIA+ Friendly, Inclusive & Diverse Event
  • Hosted By:Stacey Ann
  • Ticket Price:$0-$15

Description

Perth artist Stacey Ann conveys both fragility and power with her sincere storytelling, unforgettable melodies and beautiful arrangements, completed with a soulful 4-piece ensemble. “When someone tells you after a breakup that you’re an invisible black hole left in their life, you find this piece of yourself that wants to become bold and strong and distinguishable” “This song is about grieving the relationship you once had and really missing that person but also realising that you tried your best and that your life will move on without them, if not flourish even more. Perhaps as you blossom they will be the one who becomes more invisible” Having been selected for the 2022 Nannup Music Festival line up and drawing from influences like Fleetwood Mac, Gretta Ray and Florence & The Machine, Stacey Ann is quickly marking her way as an independent artist

Ace Your WACE - Classical Music Workshops

Free workshops for classical music students in year 11 and 12.

  • Dates:Apr 30, Jul 23 & 24
  • Time(s):1.00pm - 5.00pm
  • Venue:Richard Gill Auditorium

Details

  • Music:Classical
  • Hosted By:WAAPA
  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Produced By:WAAPA

Description

## ACE YOUR WACE 1.0 Featuring Interactive and Engaging Sessions with WAAPA lecturers in: - Musicianship - Breath Control - Understanding how to write about your set works - Practiceroom tips - Plus Performance, Advice and Q&A with current WAAPA student Ben Cromie, 2021 winner of WACE Top WA Performance Medal! ## ACE YOUR WACE 2.0 Turbocharge your WACE performance exam or WAAPA audition by boosting your confidence, presentation, projection and performance skills. You’ll perform one of your exam/ audition pieces in a workshop setting, and WAAPA’s outstanding Classical Music lecturers will give you advice and strategies for releasing your inner virtuoso and achieving your very best.

Acting and Performance Making - Years 7 - 12

WAAPA’s Acting and Performance Making students will apply fundamental skills to develop strong voice, movement and acting techniques.

  • Dates:Sunday for 8 weeks per term
  • Time(s):1.00 - 4.00pm
  • Venue:WAAPA

Details

  • Performing Arts:Theatre
  • Hosted By:WAAPA
  • Ticket Price:$525 per term
  • Produced By:WAAPA

Description

Character development is explored through practical workshops including improvisation, script analysis, audition technique and scene study. Students have the opportunity to increase their confidence as they apply their skills to stage and screen performances. They will develop ensemble building skills required to devise their own work and are led by experienced tutors who facilitate fun and collaborative based classes. Bookings are done on a term by term basis.

Boab Metals Ord Valley Muster 2022

30 events, 9 exciting days – the Kimberley's biggest party is back!

  • Dates:May 13 – 22
  • Venue:Celebrity Tree Park

Details

  • Type:Community

Description

Highlighting its extraordinary cultural diversity, stunning primeval landscape, friendly folk and warm country hospitality, the Ord Valley Muster is an all-embracing community celebration of the astonishing talent found in the East Kimberley region, while showcasing some of Australia’s most acclaimed musicians and culinary personalities. For more information visit https://ordvalleymuster.com.au/

Collective Ground

The first exhibition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander works acquired through AGWA’s COVID-19 stimulus package.

  • Dates:14 May – 23 October 2022 (closed Tuesdays)
  • Time(s):10am-5pm
  • Venue:The Art Gallery of Western Australia

Details

  • Event Venue:Art Gallery of WA
  • Type:Aboriginal,Free
  • Art Exhibitions:Aboriginal,Painting,Photography,Other Visual Arts,Craft,Drawing
  • Hosted By:The Art Gallery of Western Australia
  • Ticket Price:FREE

Description

Yamaji/Noongar curator Tui Raven has brought together works from First Nations artists across Western Australia, in Collective Ground — the first exhibition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander works acquired through AGWA’s COVID-19 stimulus package. Collective Ground asks the viewer to consider the ground on which they walk. The pandemic has forced us to consider our relationship to the environments in which we live. Many of us have had to adjust from being in wide open spaces to being contained in small spaces. It has been a time to reflect on where we live, and the spaces and places we inhabit, internally and externally. The works in Collective Ground have been curated considering the need to separate some of the works based on subject matter related to men’s and women’s Tjukurba/Tjukurpa (the creation period when ancestor beings created the world). During the Tjukurba ancestral beings left marks on the landscape and this laid out songlines or Creation Lines.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness | Palace Raine Square

The exciting new instalment in the Doctor Strange series, now showing at Palace Raine Square

  • Dates:May 11 - May 20
  • Time(s):Various

Details

  • Event Venue:Palace Cinema

Description

In Marvel Studios’ “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” the MCU unlocks the Multiverse and pushes its boundaries further than ever before. Journey into the unknown with Doctor Strange, who, with the help of mystical allies both old and new, traverses the mind-bending and dangerous alternate realities of the Multiverse to confront a mysterious new adversary. “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong, Xochitl Gomez, with Michael Stühlbarg, and Rachel McAdams.

Firebringer – the musical

The stage is set to burn bright with the West Australian premiere of the musical Firebringer at Melville Theatre this May.

  • Dates:May 12 - 15, 19 - 21
  • Time(s):May 12 - 14, 19 - 21 - 8pm; May 15 - 2pm
  • Venue:Melville Theatre, 393A Canning Highway, Palmyra

Details

  • Performing Arts:Theatre,Musicals
  • Hosted By:Melville Theatre
  • Ticket Price:$30, $25 concession

Description

Created by American musical theatre company StarKid Productions in 2016 and directed by Craig Griffen, it’s an irreverent, hysterical and entirely historically inaccurate story of early humans discovering fire. At the dawn of humanity, one tribe of cave-people survives the many trials of prehistoric life under the wise leadership of peacemaker Jemilla. But Zazzalil is always trying to invent things to make life easier for herself – and stumbles upon the most important discovery in history...

Light Flows Exhibition - Art Marx Gallery

An exhibition around the way that light influences our every day and how it can be represented in abstract art.

  • Dates:Apr 23 - May 22
  • Time(s):11am - 4pm
  • Venue:Art Marx Gallery

Details

  • Type:Free
  • Art Exhibitions:Other Visual Arts,Drawing
  • Ticket Price:Free

Description

'Light Flows' - an exhibition around the way that light influences our every day and how it can be represented in abstract art. Myra Mitchell chooses both abstract and semi abstract styles to explore the art of painting to convey her feelings. Julie Fowell developing abstract paintings based on colour theory and non-objective art, using ‘automatic drawing’ as a starting point Jo Duffy uses her combination of a Bachelor of Arts (Design) and self-taught experience to depict the Australian landscape in an Expressionist style Jacqui Armstrong finds inspiration in everyday stories and encounters, combining texture and form to create unique situations in abstract paintings. An expressive journey, she brings some of her paintings of her coastal life to this exhibition. Paul Nagle originally fell into painting by means of doing backdrops for the bands he was playing in, throughout his early teens. This passion for art lead him to studies at various art schools in and around Sydney. Resident artist Tracey-Ann Morris paints a deeper connection with her surroundings. Her inspiration is the 'Sensing Mind Series' or the connecting mind, where the canvas and paint become the interface for connecting to memories, places, feelings and nature.

Moro Spanish Film Festival

The Moro Spanish Film Festival returns to Perth from 27 April - 18 May.

  • Dates:April 27 - 18 May
  • Venue:Multiple Venues

Details

  • Event Venue:Luna Leederville,Luna On SX
  • Type:Festivals
  • Movies:Film festivals
  • Hosted By:Palace Cinemas

Description

The Moro Spanish Film Festival returns to Perth from 27 April - 18 May opening with the Australian premiere of Official Competition; a star-studded, bitingly funny behind-the-scenes satire of filmmaking starring Pene´lope Cruz and Antonio Banderas. The Festival also features a retrospective celebrating the careers of two of Hollywood's hottest Spaniards; husband-and-wife-duo Pene´lope Cruz and Javier Bardem, as well as comedies, dramas and documentaries showcasing the best films from Spain, Latin America and beyond at Palace Cinemas Raine Square, Luna Leederville and Luna on SX.

Music Theatre - School Years 7 to 12

The WAAPA Music Theatre course gives students the opportunity to enter a magical world by developing the vocal, acting and movement skills required to become a ‘triple threat’.

  • Dates:Sundays for 8 weeks per term
  • Time(s):1.00 - 4.00pm
  • Venue:WAAPA

Details

  • Performing Arts:Theatre,Musicals
  • Hosted By:WAAPA
  • Ticket Price:$525 per term
  • Produced By:WAAPA

Description

Music Theatre combines the worlds of theatre and music and is a form of storytelling that requires performers to be able to sing, dance and act. We welcome students who are passionate about Music Theatre and want to be challenged to expand their skills within a supportive community of peers and professional staff. The course caters for all abilities and provides the opportunity for students to progress at their own pace. Bookings are done on a term by term basis.

Ngalaka Daa Ensemble

2022 will see the continuation of the Ngalaka Daa Ensemble through a collaboration between Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company and WAYTCo.

  • Dates:Apr 27 - Aug 12
  • Venue:WAYTCo, King Street Arts Centre

Details

  • Produced By:Yirra Yaakin
  • Type:Aboriginal,Workshops
  • Ticket Price:Free

Description

Driven by the sharing of Noongar language and culture, the program will provide participants with the opportunity to receive intensive development in theatre making, performance and language skills at a professional level. Successful participants will partake in an intense series of workshops and rehearsals leading to a number of curated public performance opportunities. As a member of the Ngalaka Daa Ensemble, participants will gain access to training with industry leaders including performance preparation, vocal techniques, movement techniques / physicality, Noongar language (comprehension and articulation), acting techniques (various forms and styles), monologues, dialogues and ensemble work, embodiment of text and Noongar physical theatre processes. In addition to providing people with opportunities to participate in the arts, the Ngalaka Daa Ensemble is also an avenue in promoting the sustainability of one of the oldest languages in the world, while promoting cultural awareness and reconciliation, along with a greater sense of connection and understanding of the communities they live in.

Open Light, Open Sound

Celebrate the end of your week in the space between loud and bright, dark and peaceful, at Open Light, Open Sound.

  • Dates:Friday 6, 13 & 20 May
  • Time(s):6pm – 10pm
  • Venue:WA Museum Boola Bardip

Details

  • Produced By:WA Museum
  • Music:Indie & Alternative,Electronic,DJs,Free
  • Event Venue:WA Museum Boola Bardip
  • Art Exhibitions:Other Visual Arts
  • Hosted By:WA Museum Boola Bardip
  • Ticket Price:Free

Description

Join WA Museum Boola Bardip as we illuminate the Old Gaol with large-scale projection accompanied by the dynamic tunes of top local DJs. Grab an open-air table, sit under the lights and enjoy food and drinks available from the bar. There are no reservations, so come down early to nab your spot. Full line-up: 6 May - Miss Estonia followed by Louis King 13 May - Mr. Sinclair (Good Company Records) followed by LANI 20 May - Kailyn Crabbe (Crab Claw) followed by Girlname While you're here, venture up to Level 1 to explore Virtual Realms our new ticketed exhibition, on for a limited time only. Explore six large-scale, experimental spaces created by some of the world's most acclaimed videogame developers and design studios.

Regenerating Australia

Award-winning filmmaker Damon Gameau (That Sugar Film, 2040) is back with "Regenerating Australia" and Q&A tour of Perth and the South West (16 - 19 May).

  • Dates:16 - 19 May
  • Venue:Multiple Venues

Details

  • Event Venue:Luna Leederville,Luna On SX
  • Hosted By:Regenerating Australia

Description

Award-winning filmmaker Damon Gameau (That Sugar Film, 2040) is back with "Regenerating Australia"; a new documentary short which follows on from solutions explored in 2040 and asks the question - "what would Australia look like by 2030 if we simply listened to the needs of its people?" Produced in partnership with WWF-Australia, the film is set on New Year's Eve 2029 and takes the form of a news bulletin looking back at the decade 'that could be.' In conjunction with the film’s release, WWF-Australia is launching an ‘Innovate to Regenerate’ challenge, providing $2 million in seed funding to help local communities, innovators and experts to ‘bring the film to life’ and establish or scale up innovative solutions that reverse environmental damage and help humans live in harmony with nature. Tickets are free for under 18s and all revenue from adult ticket sales will go direct to participating First Nations speakers and local artists. WA Screenings 16 - 19 May

The Sapphires

The Sapphires is a multiple award-winning musical play and film that is coming to the Esperance Civic Centre... for the first time.

  • Dates:May 17,May 17
  • Time(s):7.30pm,7.30pm
  • Venue:Esperance Civic Centre,Esperance Civic Centre

Details

  • Performing Arts:Theatre,Musicals
  • Hosted By:Esperance Civic Centre,Esperance Civic Centre
  • Ticket Price:$17.50 - $39.50

Description

Four young Aboriginal women from regional Australia, who like singing country music, suddenly get the chance to change their tune and their lives. Wearing sequins, armed only with microphones they find themselves trying to spread joy in the hell that is the Vietnam War. The Sapphires is a funny, heart-warming tale inspired by the true story of four Yorta Yorta Women, who sing classic soul hits against the backdrop of personal change and massive social upheaval. It is an energetic, fun, and engaging play that affirms life and the realization of dreams.

Yagan Square's CAN'T CONTAIN MYSELF micro-museums

This winter landing in YAGAN SQUARE are micro-selfie-museums inside shipping containers that will change their highly-sharable design each month, decorated by Perth-street artists.

  • Dates:May to July 2022
  • Time(s):Containers open daily 8am - 8pm
  • Venue:Yagan Square

Details

  • Event Venue:Yagan Square
  • Other:Arts & Crafts
  • Type:Aboriginal,Community,Kids,Free,Workshops,Youth,Festivals
  • Performing Arts:Dance
  • Ticket Price:FREE
  • Music:Busking,DJs,Free

Description

YAGAN SQUARE will engage the selfie-generation with stunning mini-museums in the form of evolving shipping containers landing in the precinct from May to July. CAN’T CONTAIN MYSELF features two shipping containers revamped with a new design each month by Perth-street artists, embracing a trend seen in cities across the world. With the aim of attracting traffic and interest to Yagan Square, the eye-popping container themes will create a highly sharable backdrop that are made for Instagram; such as one of incredible monochromatic optical illusions. The containers will be open every day of the three-month installation from 8.00 am to 8.00 pm, free of charge. The three-month container installation will run alongside a curated programme of pop-up events to vitalise Yagan Square on the weekends, including three "Container Weekender" events where the container designs are painted live, three “Yagan Live” Weekends combining arts, culture and family fun, school holiday Kids Sports, a Mini Flower Market and the Makuru Festival to coincide with Reconciliation Week.

Behind the Scenes: Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2022

The Behind the Scenes: Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2022 exhibition celebrates the process involved in getting artworks exhibition ready.

  • Dates:18 May - 15 June 2022
  • Time(s):10am - 4pm Tuesday to Friday
  • Venue:Spectrum Project Space

Details

  • Type:Community,Free
  • Art Exhibitions:Photography,Sculpture,Other Visual Arts,Drawing,Video
  • Accessibility:For information about access, please email [email protected]
  • Hosted By:ECU Galleries
  • Ticket Price:Free

Description

Featuring Noah Birch, Tom De Munk-Kerkmeer, Norton Flavel, Sachio Ingrilli, Jina Lee, Britt Mikkelsen, Jack Morellini (HEAVY DUTY), Tania Spencer & Shaumyika Sharma. The behind-the-scenes process for creative work is often unseen but is such a valuable part of making. The Behind the Scenes:Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2022 exhibition celebrates the process involved in getting artworks exhibition ready, from conceptual starting point to site preparation, engineering specifications, structural development, and artwork realisation. In bringing these details to the forefront, this exhibition showcases these artists’ tremendous skill and diverse approaches to their practice.

fleur x Frui Momento

fleur welcomes Margaret River’s Frui Momento to the big smoke for a decadent 5-course wine dinner.

  • Dates:May 18
  • Time(s):7pm-10:30pm
  • Venue:fleur

Details

  • Type:Adults Only
  • Accessibility:Wheelchair access
  • Hosted By:fleur
  • Ticket Price:$190pp
  • Food & Drink:Restaurant,Wine,Food Event

Description

fleur welcomes Margaret River’s Frui Momento to the big smoke for a decadent 5-course wine dinner. Since opening late last year, the stunningly tranquil restaurant by Larry Cherubino is swiftly proving to be the hottest new dining destination of the South West. Head Chef Shane Middleton joins forces with Frui Momento Head Chef Seth James to create a lavish menu, expertly paired with wines from the iconic WA winemaker, highlighting the stunning ‘Uovo’ amphora label. Head Chef Seth James is an extraordinarily accomplished chef — being named WAGFG regional chef of the year in 2019. For the past eight years, his technically precise cooking made the restaurant at Wills Domain one of the state's most talked about restaurants. During a three and a half year stint at Melbourne fine-dining institution Cutler & Co, he built a passion for exceptional and unusual produce, which he continues to explore at his new post, Frui Momento. The new restaurant shares fleur’s lust for life’s most tantalising indulgences - with stunningly fresh seafood and fine wine at the top of the list. It’s this mutual passion that promises to make this perfect collaboration so incredibly delicious.

Heat of the Day: Cross-Genre Guitar Riffs

Led by Brisbane-based guitarist Anthony Garcia, Jazz and Classical guitar students at ECU fuse different music genres, bringing out a unique side of music.

  • Dates:May 18
  • Time(s):7.30pm
  • Venue:Richard Gill Auditorium

Details

  • Music:Jazz,Latin
  • Hosted By:WAAPA
  • Ticket Price:$23 - $30
  • Produced By:WAAPA

Description

The guitar transcends social, cultural and genre divides. In this guitar celebration, Jazz and Classical students join forces with inspirational Brisbane-based guitarist Anthony Garcia to fuse genres. Pat Metheny's signature track Heat of the Day features alongside the works of Brazilian guitar greats in a night that blends the ancient with the contemporary, Latin folk with exploratory jazz. Music Director - Jonathan Paget & Freddie Grigson Performed by Jazz and Classical Guitar students and staff with guest artist Anthony Garcia (guitar) # Booking - Friends booking open on 13 Apr - Public booking open on 20 Apr

Into The Inferno - Part 1 Ash

Into The Inferno - A journey into the depths of Volcanic Wine. Join Foni Pollitt to journey into the depths of Volcanic Wine over three intimate dinners.

  • Dates:May 18
  • Time(s):6pm - 8pm
  • Venue:Mayfair Lane Pub & Dining Room

Details

  • Ticket Price:$179
  • Food & Drink:Wine,Food Event

Description

After her many years of study, tasting wines from all over the world, Foni Pollitt discovered a common thread that runs between her favourite bottles. They all display a distinct integrity, grittiness and lack of pretension, and were sourced from vineyards planted in rich volcanic soils. To honour this deliciously elusive style, Foni has been curating a series of intimate dinners dedicated to Volcanic Wines from around the globe. The first instalment Ash will be held on Wednesday May 18th, where you’ll jump Into The Inferno, discovering the alchemy behind these highly distinctive wines and enjoying meticulously paired dishes from Head Chef Joe Rutherford. Ash - Wednesday, 18 May Focusing on Wines from Spain, Germany, France, Hungary, Portugal Tickets $179 + BF No matter which pocket of the world they are found in, volcanic soils are renowned for producing some of the world’s most flavoursome plants, including the most prized coffee shrubs and of course, amazing grapes. These vineyards are often home to rare and ancient varietals with a presence and vitality that evade description. Foni will be pouring some exceptional examples displaying to give you a true understanding of this charismatic category.

Murders on the Nile

A cocktail party on the Nile, a new discovery, old curses…

  • Dates:May 19 - 21
  • Time(s):6.30 - 9.30
  • Venue:His Majestr's Theatre

Details

  • Event Venue:His Majesty's Theatre
  • Performing Arts:Comedy
  • Hosted By:His Majesty's Theatre
  • Ticket Price:$119

Description

The story so far: You are cordially invited to join us aboard the steamboat SUDAN on the River Nile, for an exclusive cocktail party. The evening is to commemorate the historic opening of King Tutankhamun’s tomb, ten years ago on the 26th November 1922, by Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon. Amongst the very first to enter the tomb on that infamous day was Robert Mallowan, who is taking this opportunity tonight to announce the new archaeological mission to open a recently discovered chamber within that very tomb. Archaeologists strongly believe it may be that of ancient Egypt's Queen Nefertiti. This expedition, sponsored by millionaire Sir Flinders Petrie, is causing great interest in Cairo. Exciting times ahead! It is hoped that none of the ‘King Tutankhamun’s Curses’ follow this new expedition ... Before you arrive in Egypt to board the ‘SUDAN’ you are advised to be inoculated against ‘yellow fever’, ‘malaria’ and ‘typhoid’. You are invited to dress in the style of the period as you work together to solve the mystery.

Plini - Impulse Voices Tour

This November, Sydney guitar-wizard PLINI is set to return to the stage to celebrate the release of his latest album, “Impulse Voices”.

  • Venue:Badlands Bar
  • Dates:May 19
  • Time(s):8.00pm

Details

  • Music:Gig Guide

Description

After a year of show postponements and cancellations, PLINI and his band of musical superheroes (Chris Allison, Jake Howsam Lowe and Simon Grove) are thrilled to reunite on stage, performing new songs, old songs and all the notes in between. PLINI’s last Australian tour sold out weeks in advance, so grab your tickets now!

SHORT CUTS 2022

Short Cuts is back from May 19-21 STRUT Dance's annual performance season SHORT CUTS is a snapshot of the huge variety of contemporary dance happening right here, right now in WA.

  • Dates:May 19-21 at 6:30pm and 8:00pm
  • Time(s):2 shows per night, 6:30pm and 8:00pm
  • Venue:King St Arts Centre, Studio 3

Details

  • Performing Arts:Dance
  • Accessibility:Wheelchair accessible
  • Hosted By:STRUT Dance
  • Ticket Price:$30 Standard, $25 concession

Description

STRUT's annual performance season of independent choreographic works where the audience is given a glimpse into the creative world of choreographers, dancers, musicians, and film makers: each work a snapshot of creativity that spans a broad range of styles, emotions, and sensations. Held each year at King Street Arts Centre, this is your chance to experience these newly created gems in an intimate setting while you become immersed in the artists’ creative worlds. Two performance each night at 6:30pm and 8:00pm that switch between Program A and Program B - you are bound to be captivated, intrigued, and entertained. Short Cuts is a crowd favourite and will sell out. Get in quickly! Audience members are required to show COVID-19 proof of vaccination or a valid medical exemption. Masks must be worn at all times inside the centre including during the entire performance. Artists presenting works in 2022 are: Sofie Burgoyne Samantha Crameri-Miller & Cameron Lansdown-Goodman Helen Duncan Minni Karamfiles & Giorgia Schijf Talitha Maslin Jo Omodei Xin Ong Jessica Pettitt & Nadia Priolo Tessa Redman Sally Richardson Aimee Sadler Brent Rollins

Alice Skye

Alice Skye is taking her sophomore album ‘I Feel Better But I Don’t Feel Good’ to venues across the country this May 2022.

  • Venue:Mojos Bar
  • Dates:May 20
  • Time(s):8.00pm

Details

  • Ticket Price:$25 + b/f
  • Music:Gig Guide

Description

Presented by Bad Apples and Select Music the tour will see the Wergaia / Wemba Wemba storyteller showcase her latest body of work with headline dates in Canberra, Sydney, Brisbane, Fremantle, Adelaide, Hobart and Melbourne, joined by special guests Diimpa and Madi Colville-Walker. Winner of ‘Best Pop Act’ at the 2021 Music Victoria Awards, this blossoming artist continues to openly synthesise her own life and times with profound finesse. The gentle moodiness of Skye’s songwriting is described by NME as “nuanced, open-hearted revelations”, and matched with a voice so hopeful and haunting, and dreamlike, the melancholy presented by Alice Skye could not be more inviting.

French Impressions: Silver, Wright & Smith

Claude Debussy’s sublime Cello Sonata and Ravel’s dazzling Duo Sonata performned by Classical lecturers Paul Wright, Stewart Smith, and Symphony Orchestra’s Associate Principal Cellist Eve Silver.

  • Dates:May 20
  • Time(s):7.30pm
  • Venue:Richard Gill Auditorium

Details

  • Music:Classical
  • Hosted By:WAAPA
  • Ticket Price:$23 - $30
  • Produced By:WAAPA

Description

Star cellist Eve Silver, the West Australian Symphony Orchestra’s Associate Principal Cello, joins WAAPA Classical Music lecturers Paul Wright and Stewart Smith in a delicious program of French music for violin, cello and piano. Showcasing Claude Debussy’s sublime Cello Sonata and Ravel’s dazzling Duo Sonata for Violin and Cello, this is chamber music at its ravishing best. Music Director - Eve Silver Performed by Paul Wright (violin) & Stewart Smith (piano) with guest artist Eve Silver (cello) # Booking - Friends booking open on 13 Apr - Public booking open on 20 Apr

LANY

LANY will head back to Australia playing HBF Stadium in May 2022, joined by special guest Sasha Alex Sloan.

  • Dates:May 20
  • Venue:HBF Stadium

Details

  • Event Venue:HBF Stadium
  • Music:Indie & Alternative,Concert Tours
  • Hosted By:Secret Sounds

Description

With three sold out Australian tours already to their credit and a bunch of new songs on their setlist, the May 2022 dates will be their biggest Australian shows yet and follow a massive 2021 North American Headline Tour, which included sold out iconic venues like The Forum in LA, Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City and Radio City Music Hall in New York. The band’s fourth album gg bb xx finds LANY returning to their infectious pop sound, collaborating with an array of notable songwriters and producers including Andrew Goldstein (Maroon 5, Katy Perry, Lauv), John Ryan (Shawn Mendes, Charlie Puth, Harry Styles), David Hodges (Ed Sheeran, 5SOS, Blink 182), Tobias Jesso Jr. (Adele, Sia, HAIM), Dan Smyers of Dan + Shay and more. Boston born songstress Sasha Alex Sloan will join LANY on tour, marking her first ever shows in Australia and New Zealand! Jump on tickets fast and get ready to catch LANY’s synth-sheened anthems of love and heartbreak when they hit our shores in 2022!