Set in the stunning St George’s Cathedral, flooded by candlelight, Perth Symphony Orchestra will bring to life the music of Mozart.

On October 16, the orchestra will perform Mozart’s most celebrated compositions alongside works by living composers Joe Chindamo (AUS), Jonathan Dove (UK) and more, who have drawn inspiration from Mozart’s musical legacy, bringing a whole new life to classical music.

Guests are welcome to enjoy a glass of wine (included in ticket) and refreshments as they settle down to enjoy a truly atmospheric performance.

The concert is part of Perth Symphony’s Candlelight Series and it will weave together Mozart’s music and letters written by Mozart himself, giving a unique insight into the mind of this iconic composer.

The program will feature the world premiere of Eine Kleine Nachtmusik reimagined by renowned Australian composer Joe Chindamo, tailored to a contemporary audience and commissioned by Perth Symphony especially for this concert.

Expect to hear the music of Mozart like never before, as Perth Symphony gives the WA premiere performance of Dove’s ‘An Airmail Letter to Mozart’ along with Mozart’s most beloved classics and greatest sounds of all time.

Event Details
Wednesday 16th October
St. George’s Cathedral, Perth 6000
5.30pm doors and bar open, 6.30pm concert
Tickets $35 Kids | $60* General Admission | $90* Premium
*These tickets include a complimentary glass of wine.
More info available here

 

This concert is made possible thanks to funding from the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, and support from Silverstream Wines.

 

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