WASO has designed a program for 2019 that is bound to set your heart racing with extraordinary music and exhilarating performances. Next year’s program is a celebration of great favourites and new experiences. WASO has dropped their prices so that you have the freedom to explore a little more and make your dollar go further, particularly when you subscribe.

This is your chance to secure the best seats for 2019!  Subscribe before single tickets go on sale and save up to 20%.

Masters Series

Perth Concert Hall, Various dates from Mar 15 – Nov 22

Discover inspiring masterworks performed by the world’s leading artists. Experience masterpieces from Mozart, Tchaikovsky and Beethoven, to name only a few. Each performance part of this series brings something new to the stage such as lyricism, rich melodic works or a Russian spectacular.

MACA Limited Classics Series

Perth Concert Hall, Various dates from Mar 22 – Nov 29

Soak up classical music’s ‘greatest hits’ with Australian and international soloists. Classical music ‘likers’ will become ‘lovers’ with performances from Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker, Beethoven’s Eroica and Verdi’s Requiem.

Morning Symphony Series

Perth Concert Hall, Various dates from Mar 21 – Nov 21

Enjoy much-loved classics in one-hour experiences. Spend your mornings with WASO listening to passionate performances like Elgar’s First Symphony and Romantic Rachmaninov.

Special Events

Riverside Theatre,Various dates from Mar 29 – Sep 7

These performances will satisfy all age groups by bringing your favourite movies to the stage. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back are two huge reasons to get excited about WASO’s 2019 Program!

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