Upcoming performances:

27th September 2024 @ 7pm

Viaggio in Italia - Journey to Italy “Vivaldi Gala”

Winthrop Hall UWA

Featuring Laura Marzadori (concertmaster of Teatro alla Scala in Milan) as soloist in Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, Piazzolla’s Winter and more.

Stay tuned for when tickets will be available

25th October 2024 @ 4pm

A triumph of lower strings 

Fremantle Town Hall
Stay tuned for when tickets will be available

More concerts will be added soon...

Past events:

Friday 15th June 2024 @ 7pm

'Let the Soul Soar'

Fremantle Chamber Orchestra & more

St Georges Cathedral Perth

In collaboration with St George's Cathedral, State Makers 2024 is proud to present 'Let The Soul Soar' – this winter's classical music fundraising extravaganza in aid of the Ukraine Crisis Appeal.

In the magnificence of Perth's Anglican Cathedral, this uplifting and beautiful evening of entertainment will lift the soul as concert-goers will be immersed in a world of beauty and peace.

World-class Perth musicians – and everyone involved – are giving their time freely to support the provision of urgent medical needs, including ambulances and life-saving equipment, for Ukraine via our well-established charity partners at the Ukraine Crisis Appeal.

This benefit concert includes some of the most beautiful Ukrainian choral and instrumental compositions as well as pieces from a wider classical repertoire including the Australian premiere of the exquisite, 'Prayer for Ukraine – Lord, protect our Ukraine' by Valentin Silvestrov. Also on the program is the classic composition, 'Bozhe Velyky (Our Almighty Lord)' by the father of Ukrainian music, Mykola Lysenko.

Sunday 7th April 2024 @ 2pm

Theatre Organ Society of Australia's (TOSA) Musical Afternoon

John Leckie Music Centre, 25 Melvista Avenue, Nedlands

Marlene will perform as guest, along with some of her violin students, interspersed between performances on the Theatre organ by members of TOSA.

Free entry

Friday 22nd March 2024 @ 7:30pm

UWA Choral Society & Australian Baroque: The Dublin Messiah (Handel)

Perth Concert Hall

This pre-Easter performance of Messiah by UWA Choral Society and friends will be based upon the first performance in Dublin on 13 April 1742

Step into a world of baroque delights with Handel's timeless magnum opus Messiah, which premiered in Dublin in 1742. Now, centuries later, rediscover the brilliance and emotional depth of Handel's masterpiece in a performance that pays homage to its historical origins.

The 100-voice UWA Choral Society will be accompanied by the outstanding Australian Baroque, as well as superb soloists and rising stars Jessica Blunt (soprano) and Jake Bigwood (bass).

The Dublin Messiah promises an unforgettable musical journey. Revel in the iconic "Hallelujah" chorus, be moved by the poignant arias, and let the jubilant melodies transport you this Easter.

Friday 8th March 2024

Perth Symphony Orchestra String Quartet @

Rottnest Island Chamber of Commerce's Annual Tourism event

Rottnest Island

Saturday 24th February 2024 @7pm

Perth Symphony Orchestra:

Symphony Under the Stars - Wanneroo

Halesworth Park, 24 Halesworth Parade, Butler

Prepare to be dazzled by the Perth Symphony Orchestra! Bring your picnic blanket and join us for this special evening under the stars with some sensational music blockbuster hits. There will be food trucks and plenty of kids activities commencing at 5PM. This is a FREE event that the whole family can enjoy!

Friday 9th February 2024 @ 7:15pm & 8pm


Saturday 10th February 2024 @ 7:15pm & 8pm

Special Chinese New Year performances with the Chung Wah Chinese Orchestra

Crown Metropol Perth - Lobby

Great Eastern Hwy, Burswood WA 6100

Celebrate across the resort with live entertainment and Year of the Dragon displays.

Enter Crown Metropol Lobby to delight in the wonder of Lunar New Year with the whimsical 6-metre-high wishing tree, illuminated lanterns and vibrant light projections. Colourful dragon and lion dances, roving mascots, and exciting drumming performances capture imaginations, hearts and precious family moments for everyone to treasure.


25th December 2023 @ 8:30am

Christmas Day service

St Johns Lutheran Church

Excerpts from J.S. Bach's Christmas Oratorio as part of the Christmas Day service, as well as Christmas carols with trumpets

Marlene Romeo Violin

Dr Michael Crone Organ

24th December 2023 @ 5:30pm

Heiligabend Gottesdienst

St Johns Lutheran Church

Excerpts from J.S. Bach's Christmas Oratorio as part of the Christmas Eve service in German

Marlene Romeo Violin

Dr Michael Crone Organ

9th December 2023 @ 2pm & 4pm

10th December 2023 @ 12:30pm & 2:30pm

PSO: The Snowman

Scotch College, Swanbourne

An enchanting Christmas Story meets the magic of a live orchestra. Perth Symphony Orchestra has enchanted over 15,000 people of all ages with the live performance of The Snowman.

Through gorgeous animation and an incredible orchestral soundtrack, this heart-warming film tells the story of a young boy's adventure with a snowman who comes to life on Christmas eve.

Presented by Libby Hammer, this delightfully engaging show brings the Christmas spirit to life and introduces children to the magic of a live orchestra. 

9th December 2023 @ 6:30pm

The Guzheng Odyssey

Octogan Theatre, University of Western Australia

Xueyan Chen Guzheng

Marlene Romeo Violin

Josephine Fountain Cello

Jet Kye Chong Percussion

James Hungtingford Harpsichord

Olman Walley Didgeridoo

'The Guzheng Odyssey' concert, hosted by the Western Australia Guzheng Academy, will be a distinctive musical experience. A group of exceptional instrumentalists from WA will join with the Guzheng musician Xueyan Chen to breathe life into musical masterpieces that span genres, cultural heritages, and historical epochs.
This concert will span a rich spectrum of musical styles, seamlessly fusing classical and contemporary, Eastern and Western musical traditions, incorporating a variety of performance formats, such as solos, concertos, and ensemble pieces, presenting a quintessential blend of Chinese, Australian and international cultures.

30th November 2023 @ 7:30pm

PSO: Concert for Ukraine

Perth Concert Hall

BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No.5 'Emperor'
LYSOHUB Sonata for Cello and Piano

Antuanetta Mishchenko Piano
Ustym Sokalskyi Cello
Perth Symphony Orchestra

4th October 2023 @ 8 pm

Bachchor Mainz: Beethoven's Missa Solemnis

Alte Oper, Frankfurt - Germany

Opening concert of the Frankfurter Bachkonzerte concert series

Susanne Bernhard Sopran
Catriona Morison Alt
Georg Poplutz Tenor
Yorck Felix Speer Bass

Bachchor Mainz

Bachorchester Mainz - performed as Principal 2nd Violin
Christoph Spering Leitung

3rd October 2023 @ 7:30 pm

Bachchor Mainz: Beethoven's Missa Solemnis

Christuskirche, Mainz - Germany

Susanne Bernhard Sopran
Catriona Morison Alt
Georg Poplutz Tenor
Yorck Felix Speer Bass

Bachchor Mainz

Bachorchester Mainz
Christoph Spering Leitung

18th & 19th August 2023 @ 7:30pm

WASO: A Knight's Tale

Perth Concert Hall

Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART Marriage of Figaro: Overture
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART Exsultate, jubilate
Anton BRUCKNER Symphony No.4 Romantic

Asher Fisch conductor
Sara Macliver soprano

17th August 2023 @ 6:30pm

WASO: Discover: Bruckner with Asher Fisch

Perth Concert Hall

Commentary and excerpts from
Anton BRUCKNER Symphony No.4 Romantic

Asher Fisch conductor/presenter

4th August 2023 @ 5:15pm

"Come to the Banquet" Art Exhibition

St Johns Lutheran Church Perth

The launch will commence at 4:30pm, where the exhibition will be opening for viewing, with the official opening at 5:15pm featuring a banquet of music by J.S. Bach. Refreshments will be served throughout. Entry is free.

Marlene Romeo Violin

Dr Michael Crone Organ

17th & 18th March 2023 @ 7:30 pm

WASO: The Great Romantics

Perth Concert Hall

César FRANCK Le chasseur maudit

Pyotr Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY Piano Concerto No.1
Sergei PROKOFIEV Romeo and Juliet (excerpts)

Asher Fisch conductor

Lukáš Vondráček piano

11th March 2023 @ 7:10pm

Pop'n'Rock Symphony

Civic Centre Gardens, 2120 Albany Highway, Gosnells

Join us for an evening under the stars with Perth Symphony Orchestra.

From Cold Chisel to Kylie, this family friendly, free community concert will be filled with the songs you know and love.

Anika Louise, winner of Underground Sounds 2022, will start the show in style, before Perth Symphony Orchestra takes to the stage as the sun sets.

Dinner is sorted with a range of food trucks serving delicious bites from 5.30pm.

There will also be a licensed area, where patrons aged 18+ can purchase drinks.

So, roll out your picnic rug and sing and dance along to some all-time favourites.

5.30pm Gates Open
6.00pm Anika Louise
7.10pm Perth Symphony Orchestra

9.00pm Event Concludes

25. Januar 2023 @ 19:30 Uhr

Baroque Avenue & Jan Nigges featuring Christoph Spendel Group:


Kleiner Saal - Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main (Eschersheimer Landstraße 29) GERMANY

Baroque Avenue

Jan Nigges - Flöte - Vocals - Moderation - Leitung
Swaantje Kaiser - Violine I
Marlene Crone - Violine II
Shuyuan Cheng - Viola
Julia Nilsen-Savage - Violoncello I
Sylvia Demgenski - Violoncello II
Gerald Ssebudde - Cembalo
Julie Grutzka - Sopran

Christoph Spendel Group
Christoph Spendel - Piano
Thomas Heidepriem - Bass
Jonas Neubauer - Saxophon (Gast)
Elias Bollinger - Drums (Gast)

Christopher Brandt - Arrangements/Gitarre

21. Januar 2023 @ 20:00

Jan Nigges & Baroque Avenue:

Baroque My Way

Stadttheater Ratingen GERMANY

Jan Nigges - Flöte, Vocals, Moderation & Leitung
Christoph Spendel - Piano
Thomas Heidepriem - Bass
Elias Bollinger - Drums
Marlene Crone - Barockvioline
Julia Nilsen-Savage - Barockcello
Christopher Brandt - Gitarre

BAROQUE MY WAY vermittelt gleichzeitig das Flair eines barocken Musikspektakels und des eines Abends in der Musikwelt Hollywoods. Es erklingt eine erstklassige Mischung aus bekannten barocken Werken von Georg Friedrich Händel & Co. sowie Jazz-Klassiker à la "Fly me to the Moon" aus dem Great American Songbook.

Jan Nigges, den der SWR als Shootingstar auf seinem Instrument bezeichnet, kreiert gemeinsam mit den internationalen Mitgliedern seines Ensembles Baroque for You und musikalischen Gästen von der Christoph Spendel Group eine einzigartige Crossover-Show. Das kurzweilige und innovative Konzertprogramm wird von Jan Nigges moderiert und verspricht ein spannendes Konzerterlebnis.

15. Januar 2023 @ 15:00

Solene Duo Konzert

Katholische Kirche Mariä Himmelfahrt Alsheim (Bachstr. 2) GERMANY

Ein moderiertes Konzert mit Kammermusik von J.S. Bach, Telemann, Corelli & Mozart u.a.

Marlene Crone, Barockvioline

Sonja Radzun, Blockflöten

Eintritt frei - Spenden erwünscht

Wormser Zeitung Artikel hier

Nibelungen Kurier Artikel hier

Die Blockflötistin Sonja Radzun schloss ihr Bachelorstudium im Sommer 2022 an der Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main mit Auszeichnung ab, zunächst studierte sie bei Prof. Michael Schneider, seit 2019 bei Prof. Jan Van Hoecke. Seit Oktober 2022 setzt sie ihre Studien im Master fort. Neben der Blockflöte ist die Barocktrompete ein weiterer Schwerpunkt ihres Studiums; hier erhält sie Unterricht bei Prof Hans - Martin Rux - Brachtendorf.
Weiterhin ermöglichte ihr das Erasmus + Stipendium einen einjährigen Auslandsaufenthalt an der Königlichen Musikhochschule Stockholm bei Prof. Dan Laurin. Auch dort erhielt sie zusätzlich Unterricht auf der Barocktrompete bei Urban Eriksson sowie im Barockgesang bei Kristina Hammerström. Weitere Stipendien erhielt sie von der Frankfurter Bürgerstiftung (2022) mit dem Ensemble Evviva!, den Frankfurter Bachkonzerten (2019) sowie Promos - einem Programm des DAAD (2017).
Des Weiteren liegt ihr das Spiel in verschiedenen Ensembles und diversen Besetzungen besonders am Herzen. So trat sie mit Evviva! bereits bei den Weilburger Schlosskonzerten und den Innsbrucker Festwochen Alter Musik auf. Das dänisches Stück Two scenes with Skylark von Peter Brunn (2011) für Chor und Blockflöte durfte sie als Solistin im Sommer 2021 in Stockholm aufführen.
Mit der Barocktrompete spielet sie mit dem Göttinger Symphonie Orchester, dem Main Barock Orchester und Le Concert Lorraine.
Zur Blockflöte:

Die Blockflöte, ca. 35.000 Jahre alt und damit eins der ältesten Instrumente, beeindruckt in ihrer Vielseitigkeit, so gibt es viele unterschiedliche Blockflötengrößen von Garklein bis Kontrabass und unterschiedliche Bauarten je nach Epoche und Region. Auch elektronisch verstärkte Instrumente gehören dazu. Ihren Namen erhält die Blockflöte durch den im Kopfstück befindlichen Block, der für die Tonerzeugung zuständig ist. Ich besitze z.B. an die 20 Blockflöte, habe damit aber noch längst nicht alle.

25. Dezember 2022 @ 11:15

Bachorchester Mainz:

"Jauchzet, frohlocket" Gottesdienst

Christuskirche Mainz GERMANY

J. S. Bach, BWV 248 "Jauchzet, frohlocket"

Melanie Leising, Alt

Jonas Boy, Tenor

Florian Rosskopp, Bass

Bachchor und Bachorchester Mainz

Prof. Hans-Joachim Bartsch, Orgel

Leitung: Niklas Jahn

Marlene Crone, Konzertmeisterin

24. Dezember 2022 @ 17:00


Katholische Kirche Mariä Himmelfahrt Alsheim GERMANY

Weihnachtslieder sowie Werke für Violine & Orgel

Marlene Crone, Violine

Michael Crone, Orgel

20. & 21. Dezember 2022 @ 19:00

Main-Barock-Orchester Frankfurt

J.S. Bach: Weihnachtsoratorium Teil I, III, V & VI

Elisabethkirche Marburg GERMANY

Julie Grutzka, Sopran
Bernadette Beckermann, Alt
Christopher B. Fischer, Tenor

Konstantin Paganetti, Bariton/Bass

Kantorei und Kinderchor der Elisabethkirche

Main-Barock-Orchester Frankfurt

Nils Kuppe, Leitung

18. Dezember 2022 @ 16:00 & 18:00

Bach Collegium Frankfurt

J.S. Bach: Weihnachtsoratorium Teil I - VI

St. Katharinenkirche Frankfurt am Main GERMANY

Mechthild Bach, Sopran
Katharina Magiera, Alt
Daniel Sans, Tenor
Johannes Martin Kränzle, Bariton
Kantorei St. Katharinen
Bach-Collegium Frankfurt

Michael Graf Münster, Leitung

11th December 2022 @ 5 pm

Australian Haydn Ensemble

C.P.E. Bach: Universe of Harmony

City Recital Hall Sydney

+ Livestream on the Australian Digital Concert Hall - link here

Chad Kelly guest director & harpsichord soloist

Skye McIntosh lead violin

Daniel Yeadon cello soloist

Symphony in C major Wq. 182 No. 3

Sinfonia No. 8 in C minor

Cello Concerto in A major Wq. 172

Keyboard Concerto in F minor

Overture Suite in G major

La Bizarre TWV 55:G2

Keyboardist Chad Kelly from the UK is rapidly gaining respect as a formidable continuo player and director, having worked closely with the likes of Rachel Podger, Trevor Pinnock and John Eliot Gardiner. We welcome him as Guest Director for this program of rich and strange music from the cusp of the Classical era.

Universal Harmony, the Music of the Spheres. Pythagoras thought you just had to listen hard enough. Kepler, like Shakespeare, though it could only be perceived by the immortal soul.

The concept survived the Age of Reason, fascinating the English mathematician Robert Smith and in turn prompting a career rethink for composer William Herschel: In 1781, twenty years after writing the Sinfonia which opens this intriguing program, he found himself staring at a new planet through the lens of his beautiful DIY telescope. Discovering Uranus, four moons and infrared radiation has relegated Herschel's musical achievements to a footnote on his CV, but as a young man he was a sought-after talent.

Meanwhile, in Germany, the genius of Bach's second son Emmanuel was exploding like a supernova, sweeping aside Baroque intricacy and ushering in a new age of streamlined music. The Enlightenment hero's imagination, though, as you'll hear, sometimes seems to summon those monsters born of the sleep of reason. The slow movement of his Cello Concerto in A, draws you down into inky depths before shocking you with a delicious gust of fresh air in the finale (which will greet ABC Classic FM listeners like an old friend). Such kaleidoscopic shifts of emotion, also evident in his Sinfonias, are more what you'd expect from Berlioz.

Telemann, a good friend of his dad's, was still going strong when his godson was dabbling in such dark arts. The old guard figurehead could also be surprisingly 'Avant'. His outlandish orchestral suite La Bizarre (one of the estimated 600 he composed) can be enjoyed as a lively toe tapping affair, but it also brims with composer in-jokes and is at times laugh-out-loud funny.

13th December 2022 @ 7:30 pm

Australian Haydn Ensemble

C.P.E. Bach: Universe of Harmony

Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre

14th December 2022 @ 7 pm

Australian Haydn Ensemble

C.P.E. Bach: Universe of Harmony

Albert Hall Canberra


Pinchgut Opera: MÉDÉE


City Recital Hall Sydney

Erin Helyard conductor

The greatest opera of the entire French Baroque era.

Originally scheduled in Pinchgut Opera's 2020 season, the greatest opera of the French Baroque era finally takes the stage in 2022. Médée is high drama and emotion: French tragédie lyrique in its most classic form. The sorceress Médée is driven by desperation and the abandonment of her lover Jason to do the unthinkable, and ultimately murder her own children.

Charpentier's sensual lyricism and dramatic insight take us deep inside the mind and heart of this powerful and damaged woman who refuses to be a victim - even at the cost of her own flesh and blood.

Returning to Pinchgut after her star turn in The Return of Ulysses, mezzo-soprano Catherine Carby takes on the role of the tortured Médée, with the brilliant Michael Petruccelli, who was thrilling in 2019's Farnace, as her lover Jason. Cathy-Di Zhang, Andrew Finden and Adrian Tamburini are joined by Cantillation and the inimitable Orchestra of the Antipodes to tell this passionate and unforgettable story.

In the brilliant hands of Artistic Director Erin Helyard, Médée's legendary story will finally be brought to the stage for the first time in Australia, with all the sophistication, eloquence and power of the French Baroque era.

***The Women of the Pieta by Vivaldi concert from September 2022 is still available for viewing on Pinchgut @ Home here

18th & 19th November 2022 @ 7:30 pm

WASO & DRAPHT: How the west was won

Perth Concert Hall

Jen Winley conductor

20 years into the game, one of Australia's greatest hip-hop artists takes it up a level. Drapht and WASO is a collaboration of epic scale, as we revisit the Perth local's biggest hits including Jimmy Recard and Rapunzel, then bring a new take to tracks off his latest album, Shadows and Shinings. The multi ARIA-award winning MC presents an exhilarating hometown show with over 50 WASO musicians to celebrate this milestone behind the mic.

Don't miss this explosive, fully orchestrated performance from a local great.

11th & 12th November 2022 @ 7:30 pm

WASO: Bohemian Rhapsodies

Perth Concert Hall

Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART Symphony No.35 Haffner
Nigel WESTLAKE Trumpet Concerto (World Premiere)
Bedřich SMETANA Má Vlast: Vltava (The Moldau)
Leoš JANÁČEK Taras Bulba

Johannes Fritzsch conductor
Brent Grapes trumpet

5th November 2022 @ 8 pm

Andrea Bocelli with WASO

Sandalford Estate, Caversham, WA

One of the world's greatest classical stars, esteemed Tuscan tenor Andrea Bocelli, will return to Australian stages with a 70-piece orchestra and 60-person choir, this October/November for a 5-city national tour. Drawing from his extensive back catalogue - which spans almost 3 decades - Maestro Bocelli is set to uplift Australian audiences with a stunning selection of soul-stirring arias, enduring love songs and beloved crossover hits.

Of his upcoming Australian tour, which is bound to be one for the history books, Bocelli says, "It will be like finally being able to hug many friends I hadn't seen in a long time. The magic of a packed auditorium is incomparable."

Secure your tickets early to avoid disappointment and then prepare for standing ovations galore. You don't want miss this voice of an angel in full flight.

7th & 8th October 2022 @ 7:30 pm

WASO: Sibelius`  Second Symphony

Richard WAGNER Tannhäuser: Overture
Elena KATS-CHERNIN Ave Maria (World Premiere)
Jean SIBELIUS Symphony No.2
Pietari Inkinen conductor
Sara Macliver soprano
Fiona Campbell mezzo-soprano

6th October 2022 @ 11 am

WASO: Morning Symphony

Richard WAGNER Tannhäuser: Overture
Jean SIBELIUS Symphony No.2
Pietari Inkinen conductor  

1st October 2022 @ 10 am

WASO's Fairytale Ball

Perth Concert Hall

WILLIAMS Hedwig's Theme from Harry Potter
PROKOFIEV Romeo and Juliet Dance of the Knights
TCHAIKOVSKY Nutcracker Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy
TCHAIKOVSKY Waltz from Sleeping Beauty
and many more!

Jessica Gethin conductor/presenter

30th September 2022 @ 7:30 pm

WASO: Eumeralla

Perth Concert Hall 

DEBORAH CHEETHAM AO Eumeralla, a war requiem for peace

Benjamin Northey conductor
Deborah Cheetham soprano (Yorta Yorta)
Linda Barcan
mezzo soprano
Don Christopher
baritone (Gunggari)
Dhungala Children's Choir
WASO Chorus
UWA Symphonic Chorus
Penrhos College Chorus

15th & 16th September 2022 @ 7 pm

Pinchgut Opera/Orchestra of the Antipodes:

Women of the Pieta by Vivaldi

Melbourne Recital Centre

Erin Helyard conductor

See 10th September for more info

11th September 2022 @ 5 pm

Pinchgut Opera/Orchestra of the Antipodes:

Women of the Pieta by Vivaldi

City Recital Hall Sydney 

Available to watch on Pinchgut @ Home here

10th September 2022 @ 2 pm

Pinchgut Opera/Orchestra of the Antipodes:

Women of the Pieta by Vivaldi

City Recital Hall Sydney

Erin Helyard conductor

An unmissable concert experience featuring a crack ensemble of singers and players to re-create the splendour and sound of the music performed by the women and girls at Vivaldi's Ospedale della Pietà, the renowned home for orphaned girls in Venice where Vivaldi was master of the violin.
This sublime program, showcasing music by Vivaldi and others, features one of Pinchgut's dearest friends: longtime audience favourite, soprano Miriam Allan, who most recently drew international acclaim after her stellar performance at Prince Phillip's funeral in London in 2021.
Miriam will be joined by a glorious chorus of twelve women and an ensemble of expert orchestral players featuring the female talent of the Orchestra of the Antipodes. Be transported to Vivaldi's Venice by the stunning sounds of the world's best Baroque specialists, led by Erin Helyard. Don't miss this extraordinary and unique concert event that celebrates Vivaldi's timeless beauty.

2nd & 3rd September 2022 @ 7:30 pm

WASO: Beethoven & Prokofiev

Perth Concert Hall

Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART The Abduction from the Seraglio: Overture
Ludwig van BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No.3
Sergei PROKOFIEV Symphony No.5

Otto Tausk conductor
Behzod Abduraimov piano

1st September 2022 @ 11 am

WASO: Otto Tausk conducts Prokofiev

Perth Concert Hall

Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART The Abduction from the Seraglio: Overture
Sergei Prokofiev Symphony No.5

Otto Tausk conductor

26th & 27th August 2022 @ 7:30 pm

WASO: Cinematic

Perth Concert Hall

Nigel WESTLAKE Flying Dream: Suite for orchestra from the movie Paper Planes
Erich Wolfgang KORNGOLD Violin Concerto
Richard STRAUSS Also sprach Zarathustra

Benjamin Northey conductor
Baiba Skride violin

19th & 20th August 2022 @ 7:30 pm

WASO: Britten's War Requiem

Perth Concert Hall

Asher Fisch conductor
Musicians of the Australian National Academy of Music
Elena Perroni
Paul O'Neill tenor
David Greco baritone
WASO Chorus
Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra Chorus
Aquinas College Schola Cantorum

12th & 13th August 2022 @ 7:30 pm
WASO: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince™ in Concert

Riverside Theatre Perth

Nicholas Buc conductor 

13th August - 23rd October

A Gentle Misinterpretation:

Australian Artists and Chinoiserie

EXHIBITION RUNS FROM SAT 13 AUG 2022 - SUN 23 OCT 2022 | 10:00AM - 5:00PM

Fremantle Arts Centre

  • Main Gallery + South Wing
  • Our (HIP Company & Friends) recording of Purcell features at this exhibition in Andrew Nicholls' video installation 

29th & 30th July 2022 @ 7:30 pm

WASO: Vasily Petrenko conducts Shostakovich

Perth Concert Hall

Carl NIELSEN Maskarade: Overture
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART Violin Concerto No.4
Dmitri SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No.11 The Year 1905

Vasily Petrenko conductor
Emily Sun violin

14th - 23rd July 2022

WA Opera & WASO:

Puccini's Tosca

His Majesty's Theatre, Perth

1st & 2nd July 2022 @ 7:30 pm

WASO: The Lark Ascending

Perth Concert Hall

Camille PÉPIN Laniakea (Australian Premiere)

Ralph VAUGHAN WILLIAMS The Lark Ascending
Camille SAINT-SAËNS Introduction and Rondo capriccioso
Johannes BRAHMS Symphony No.3

Fabien Gabel conductor
Emma McGrath violin

30th June 2022 @ 11 am

WASO: Gabel conducts Brahms

Perth Concert Hall 

24th & 25th June 2022 @ 7:30 pm 

WASO: Last Night of the Proms

Perth Concert Hall

The Best of British 

Guy Noble conductor 

10th & 11th June 2022 @ 7:30 pm

WASO: Elgar's Cello Concerto

Perth Concert Hall

Edward ELGAR Cello Concerto
Anton BRUCKNER Symphony No.3
Asher Fisch conductor
Daniel Müller-Schott cello

3rd & 4th June 2022 @ 7:30 pm

WASO: Haydn, Beethoven & Brahms

Perth Concert Hall

Johannes BRAHMS Variations on a Theme by Haydn
Joseph HAYDN Sinfonia concertante
Ludwig van BEETHOVEN Leonore Overture No.3
Ludwig van BEETHOVEN Symphony No.8

Asher Fisch conductor
Liz Chee oboe
Jane Kircher-Lindner bassoon
Semra Lee-Smith violin
Eve Silver cello

2nd June 2022 @ 11 am

WASO: Beethoven & Brahms

Perth Concert Hall

Johannes BRAHMS Variations on a Theme by Haydn

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN Symphony No.8

Asher Fisch conductor

28th May 2022 @ 10 am

WA Symphony Orchestra -

Leon and the Place Between

with Paul Rissmann

28th May 2022 @ 7 pm

HIP Company - Chinoiserie

Perth Town Hall
East meets West as HIP Company explores the fascinating and little-known intersections between Chinese and European music in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Featuring guest artists Teresa Tan (guzheng) and Stella Huang (yangqin), together with Krista Low ('cello), Sarah Papadopoulos and Marlene Crone (violins), Bonnie de la Hunty (soprano), and James Huntingford (harpsichord).
Following the hour-long concert, complimentary refreshments by Dragon Palace Chinese Restaurant and Howard Park Wines will be served.

6th - 21st May 2022
WA Symphony Orchestra & WA Ballet:
ALICE (in Wonderland)

His Majesty's Theatre, Perth

29th & 30th April 2022 @ 7.30pm Australian Haydn Ensemble -

Canberra International Music Festival

The Fitters' Workshop, Kingston ACT

The Creation (Die Schöpfung)


In April AHE turns 10 and we're celebrating with something extraordinary!

In association with Canberra International Music Festival, AHE is joined by Sydney Chamber Choir to present the Australian period-instrument premiere of Haydn's monumental oratorio.

Two hundred and twenty-four years (to the day!) after its private premiere, the AHE, Sydney Chamber Choir and three superb soloists will unite under the guest direction of Roland Peelman to perform The Creation (Die Schöpfung) as its first audience heard it.

This majestic oratorio, with its libretto drawn from the Books of Genesis and Psalms, with Milton's Paradise Lost thrown in for good measure, has always been one of the composer's most popular works, and in many ways represents the summit of his craft. His transition from a musical depiction of nothingness to the choir's blazing "And there was light" is one of the great moments in music, and enough to raise the hair of believers and cosmologists alike. The Big Bang is a hard act to follow, but Haydn effortlessly nails it, sustaining over a hundred minutes of orchestral tone painting, monumental choruses and lilting arias.

Roland Peelman

Lead Violin
Skye McIntosh

Alexandra Oomens

Andrew Goodwin

James Ioelu

Sydney Chamber Choir

Tickets available here

1st May 2022 @ 5 pm Australian Haydn Ensemble - Haydn's Creation

City Recital Hall, Sydney

More information here


(with Livestream)

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17th April 2022 @ 2:30pm

The Orchestra Project -

Brahms & Strauss

Verbrugghen Hall: Sydney Conservatorium of Music

After its triumphant first performance in 2019, the Orchestra Project makes its long-awaited return to Verbrugghen Hall, Conservatorium of Music under the direction of conductor Fabian Russell to perform Brahms magisterial second piano concerto (with Daniel de Borah) and Richard Strauss's epic 'A Hero's Life' (Ein Heldenleben).

13th & 14th April 2022 @ 7.30pm 

Canberra Symphony Orchestra - Redemption

Llewellyn Hall, ANU School of Music, Acton, ACT

Jessica Cottis Conductor
Courtenay Cleary Violin

Richard Wagner
Prelude and Liebestod from Tristan und Isolde

Margaret Sutherland AO, OBE
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra

Bernard Herrmann
Suite from Vertigo

Felix Mendelssohn
Symphony No. 5 in D major, op. 107 'Reformation'

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18th & 19th March 2022 @ 7.30 pm

WA Symphony Orchestra

- Tchaikovsky's Pathétique

Perth Concert Hall
Maria GRENFELL River Mountain Sky
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART Piano Concerto No.24
Pyotr Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No.6 Pathétique
Asher Fisch conductor/piano


17th March 2022 @ 11 am

WA Symphony Orchestra

- Tchaikovsky's Pathétique

Perth Concert Hall
Maria GRENFELL River Mountain Sky
Pyotr Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No.6 PathétiqueAsher Fisch conductor


11th & 12th March 2022 @ 7:30 pm

WA Symphony Orchestra

- Asher Fisch conducts

The Rite of Spring

Perth Concert Hall

Franz SCHUBERT Symphony No.8 Unfinished
Jacques IBERT Flute Concerto
Igor STRAVINSKY The Rite of Spring

Asher Fisch conductor
Andrew Nicholson flute 


10th March 2022 @ 6:30 pm

Treasures of the Italian Baroque 2

Kidogo Arthouse - Rear 47 Mews Road, Fremantle

Emerging Artist Recital: Ciara Sudlow

6th March 2022 @ 2 pm

Treasures of the Italian Baroque

The Orangery Gallery - Shenton Park

Emerging Artist Recital: Ciara Sudlow


6th March 2022 @ 4 pm

Treasures of the Italian Baroque

The Orangery Gallery - Shenton Park

Emerging Artist Recital: Ciara Sudlow


3rd March 2022 @ 7 pm

Australian Baroque: Season Launch

Art Gallery of Western Australia

Join us for a sumptuous program in the stunning surrounds of our Art Gallery of Western Australia.

Program to include:

Albinoni's Double Oboe Concerto, Vivaldi's Summer from the Seasons and Geminiani's The Enchanted Forest.

6:15pm - Complimentary pre concert drink on arrival - Faber Vineyard Blanc de Blanc

19th February 2022 @ 6pm

Symphony on the Green - Perth Festival

Perth Symphony Orchestra

Village Green, Rockingham

FREE entry. More details here

9th - 14th January 2022

Denmark Baroque Summer Early Music Workshop

Baroque violin and chamber music tutor

19th December 2021 @ 2pm and 4pm

The Snowman

Perth Symphony Orchestra

We bring the magic of Christmas alive with our performance of The Snowman. This beautiful Academy Award-nominated film, based on Raymond Briggs' famous book, depicts the story of the adventures of a young boy who builds a Snowman on the night before Christmas.
The orchestral score, by Howard Blake, will be performed live in concert by Perth Symphony Orchestra. The soundtrack includes the song 'Walking in the Air' made famous by Aled Jones.

The Dickinson Centre, Scotch College
76 Shenton Rd, Swanbourne.

Showing times:
2.00pm & 4.00pm

18th November until 12th December 2021 West Australian Ballet: Sleeping Beauty

His Majesty's Theater

Music by Tchaikovsky

A fairy tale ballet for princes and princesses of all ages.

A timeless tale from our childhoods, The Sleeping Beauty is one of the most beloved classical ballets of all time.

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3rd & 4th December 2021 @ 7:30 pm 

WA Symphony Orchestra 

Masters series: Mozart & Bruckner

Perth Concert Hall

Experience exquisite lyricism and raw power

Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART Sinfonia Concertante
Anton BRUCKNER Symphony No.7

Johannes Fritzsch conductor
Semra Lee-Smith violin
Daniel Schmitt viola

12th & 13th November 2021

West Australian Symphony Orchestra (WASO): Last Night of the Proms

Perth Concert Hall

Dane Lam conductor
Rachelle Durkin soprano
WASO Chorus

30th October 2021

Australian Baroque: Brush and Bow

3 pm @ John Curtin Gallery

29th October 2021

Australian Baroque: Vivaldi Four Seasons

7:30 pm @ Mandurah Western Foreshore

2nd October 2021 @ 2:15 pm

AWESOME Festival Closing Party

Perth Symphony Orchestra

Featuring Summer from The Four Seasons by Vivaldi, Popular songs arranged for Orchestra, and various works from children's films, the Perth Symphony Orchestra brings home the 2021 Awesome Festival in a performance to delight the entire family. Known for its rule breaking attitude, unique energy, and ability to surprise and delight, prepare for the unexpected. Experience orchestral music like you've never heard it before. Bring your kids, bring your parents, or even bring your entire street for a magical orchestral experience like no other.

This event is FREE!

Perth Cultural Centre Stage, James Street Amphitheatre

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2nd October 2021 @ 7:30 pm
Perth Symphonic Chorus with Orchestra, Winthrop Hall

Rutter: Gloria
Poulenc: Gloria
Poulenc: Organ Concerto

Rutter's Gloria, scored for choir, brass, percussion and organ is exultant and jubilant yet devotional with great audience appeal. Its playful rhythmic verve contrasts with serenely beautiful melodies for which Rutter is well known. Matching this work in popularity is Poulenc's Gloria, hailed as one of the great and most beautiful choral works of the twentieth century. Its enduring attraction is a response to its simple piety interspersed with an almost mischievous and rollicking enjoyment.

Adding to the attraction of this joyful concert is the rare addition of an organ concerto performed by renowned organist Alessandro Pittorino. Poulenc's Organ Concerto owes its popularity to the wide variety of styles varying from Bach-like virtuosic passages to a sheer playground of jollity and lyrical melodies.

Tickets: $10 - $69

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9th & 11th September 2021

West Australian Symphony Orchestra (WASO): Power & Passion

Richard WAGNER Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg - Suite
Ernest CHAUSSON Poème for violin and orchestra
Dmitri SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No.5

Asher Fisch conductor

Grace Clifford violin

Perth Concert Hall

30 October 2021 - now available on ABC Classic radio 97.7 fm online to listen to until 29 November 2021 click here!

27th & 28th August 2021

WASO: The Planets

Holst's The Planets, Wagner's The Flying Dutchman Overture and Berg's Three Pieces for Orchestra

Asher Fisch conductor

10 October 2021 - now available on ABC Classic radio 97.7 fm online to listen to until 9 November 2021 click here!

Australian Baroque: 

3rd/4th/7th August 2021

Space Music - For the science geek in us all ...

Venusian Volcanologist (means he mapped part of Venus for NASA!!) Dr Antony Brian navigates us through space and time with stunning NASA images and film accompanied by a full baroque orchestra!

In this special presentation, made possible by the sponsorship of the City of Perth, English astrophysicist and planetary geologist, Dr Antony Brian, partners with Australian Baroque and invites you on a multi-sensory journey through the stars.

Venue: Girls School, 2 Wellington St, East Perth


Tues Aug 3, 6:30 and 8:30pm

Wed Aug 4, 6:30 and 8:30pm

Sat Aug 7, 10:30am and 12:30pm

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18th July 2021 @ 9:15 pm CET

Radio broadcast on Deutschlandfunk

As part of the Deutsche Kammerakademie Neuss we performed last March a concert recorded by Deutschlandfunk (due to COVID no live audience was allowed) conducted by Christoph Koncz and Isabelle van Keulen as soloist.

Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto in E minor, op. 64

Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 in A Major, op. 92

Directly after this recording we had a guest performance in Concertgebouw Amsterdam (photo below) with the same program, which was broadcasted live on Dutch radio. In case you missed the Deutschlandfunk broadcast the Dutch one is still available here:

Het Zondagochtend Concert - 21 maart 2021 - NPO Radio 4 Gemist 

There were 100s of concerts before this of course however this website was not created until this point.
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