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Every Friday of the university semester, the UWA Conservatorium of Music opens the doors of Callaway Auditorium for a free lunchtime concert. Yes, you heard that right; a free concert from one of Australia’s finest music schools, not to mention the classical stars they regularly snap up to perform. With almost 10 concerts left to see out the season, here’s an overview of what’s playing when the lunch bell chimes at one o’clock.

All performances are held at the Callaway Auditorium in the Conservatorium of Music building, located near UWA Sport and University Theatres. Concerts play 1pm – 1:45pm.

The Irwin Street Collective and UWA Voice Students: Handel’s German Arias, 23 Aug
The Winthrop Singers, 30 Aug
UWA Composition, 6 Sep
UWA Winds, 13 Sep
UWA Brass, 20 Sep
Irwin Street Collective: Beethoven Sonata Project, 27 Sep
UWA Voice, 11 Oct
Music Students Society (MSS) takeover: Furniture Movers, 18 Oct
End of year celebration, 25 Oct


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