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From exhilarating classical repertoire to festive family classics, there’s something for everyone in WACO’s exciting end of year lineup! See below for a guide to these must-see events.

Upcoming events

NOT Strictly Ballroom

Experience a whirlwind of orchestral colours at this concert inspired by the art of dance. From Venetian Barcarolles to Egyptian Bacchanales, American Hoe-Downs to Russian Waltzes, the fiery music of Latin and Hungary and Rachmaninoff’s exhilirating “Symophnic Dance”, this will be a concert of wonder and vibrancy that is not to be missed.

Venue: Churchlands Concert Hall, Date & time: Saturday 27th October at 7:30pm, Tickets: $13.50-$37.50


Listen to the award-winning WA Wind Symphony paint vibrant, colourful sound portraits with exhilirating musical mastery. Marvel at Matsuda’s “Crescent Moon Dance”, be moved by Mackey’s “Aurora Awakes” and Yagisawa’s “Hymn to the Sun with the Beat of Mother Earth”, laugh and tremble at Whitacre’s “Godzilla Eats Las Vegas” and tap your toes to Louis Prima’s classic “Sing, Sing, Sing”.

Venue: Churchlands Concert Hall, Date & time: Saturday 17th November at 7:30pm

Wishes and Candles

Celebrate the magic of the holiday season with uplifting music performed by WACO’s choir and symphony orchestra. With music from “The Polar Express”, songs by Pentatonix and the King’s Singers and other festive favourites, this concert is guaranteed to get the whole family into the Christmas spirit!

Venue: Churchlands Concert Hall, Dates & times: Saturday 8th December at 7:30pm, Tickets: $13.50-$37.50

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