Nine unmissable performances coming up at Perth Concert Hall

Nine unmissable performances coming up at Perth Concert Hall

Last Updated: 12 Mar 2024
Abigail Macleod

From international talents to home-grown stars, Perth Concert Hall is presenting a spectacular line-up throughout the first half of 2024. Here are the performances you won't want to miss.

The Dublin Messiah

The Dublin Messiah

Friday, March 22

Perth audiences have a rare opportunity to experience Handel’s timeless magnum opus, Messiah, in a format inspired by its world premiere in Dublin in 1742. Presented by the UWA Choral Society and featuring a stellar cast of soloists, choir and orchestra, this Dublin Messiah promises an unforgettable musical journey. Get tickets here.

The King's Singers

The King’s Singers

Saturday, March 23

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Masters of vocal harmony and double-GRAMMY Award-winning choral group The King’s Singers return to Australia after a sold out 2018 tour. Renowned for their unrivalled technique, impeccable vocal blend and delightfully British wit, The King’s Singers have represented the gold standard in a cappella singing on the world’s greatest stages for over fifty years. Get tickets here.

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Matteo Bocelli

Matteo Bocelli

Saturday, March 30

Italian singer/songwriter and son of the legendary Tuscan opera singer, Andrea Bocelli, Matteo Bocelli is embarking on his first ever headline tour of Australia. Having inherited the operatic prowess of his father, Matteo has blazed his own trail combining his unrivalled repertoire of both classical and contemporary. Don't miss out - get tickets now!

Stardew Valley

Stardew Valley

Sunday, April 7

Hurry – selling fast!

Immerse yourself in the melodies of nature as a chamber orchestra brings to life the music of one of the world’s favourite video games, Stardew Valley! Stardew Valley: Festival of Seasons is an intimate, immersive live concert featuring fresh arrangements of the most cherished songs from the game's mesmerizing soundtrack. Get tickets here.

Rumour Has It

Rumour Has It: The Music of Adele

Friday, April 12

Following standing ovations across the country, Australia’s smash-hit stage spectacular Rumour Has It returns bigger and bolder than ever. Starring award-winning British performer Naomi Price in her career-defining tour de force, Rumour Has It charts the astonishing story of blockbuster soul sensation Adele with the upfront British wit and heartfelt tunes that made her the highest-selling recording artist of the 21st Century. Get tickets here.

Bach St Matthew Passion

Bach: St Matthew Passion

Sunday, April 14

Best known for their annual performances of Handel’s Messiah, which have become a Perth Christmas tradition, Perth Symphonic Chorus presents Bach’s immortal St Matthew Passion for the first time in its nearly 30-year history. Teddy Tahu Rhodes brings depth and resonance to the role of Christus, with tenor John Longmuir bringing a wealth of opera experience to the part of the Evangelist. Get tickets here.

Kiangardarup

Kiangardarup – The Torbay Suite

Sunday, May 12

Kiangardarup, meaning 'kangaroo place', is a uniquely West Australian work by Robert Zielinski inspired by the Torbay Inlet in WA’s Great Southern region. Premiering on Mother’s Day and making for a perfect family outing, Kiangardarup is an intensely evocative piece that takes the listener on a journey, from the awakening dawn through the heat of the day, to dusk and a still night spent under the Karri forest and stars. Get tickets here.

Vertigo

Vertigo

Saturday, June 1

Join the WA Youth Orchestra for a concert inspired by suspense, dreams and illusions. Traverse a golden age of sound with the haunting notes of Bernard Herrmann’s suite from Alfred Hitchcock’s thrilling masterpiece Vertigo, the timeless magic of Dukas’ Sorcerer's Apprentice from Disney’s Fantasia, and more. Get tickets here.

ARC Led Zeppelin

ARC presents Led Zeppelin IV

Sunday June 30

Aussie supergroup Australian Rock Collective – featuring Darren Middleton (Powderfinger), Mark Wilson (Jet), Davey Lane (You Am I) and Kram (Spiderbait) – are joining forces again to bring to life one of the greatest albums of all time, Led Zeppelin’s 1971 masterpiece, Led Zeppelin IV. ARC will perform the iconic album from start to finish, followed by a set of Led Zeppelin classics and fan favourites. Get tickets here.

 

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