There are 38 events coming up at Perth Concert Hall
Join Paul Kelly on a live journey through his 2022 compilation Time.
The multiple Grammy winning queen of world music lights up Perth Concert Hall stage.
Brooklyn Rider are one of the great quartets of the world, drawing rave reviews from classical, world and rock critics alike for their eclectic repertoire and gripping performances.
The artists of this concert weave stories through music that speak of the tenacity of the human spirit in times of darkness.
In a breathtaking display of talent, world-renowned pianist Yeol Eum Son makes her WASO debut with Rachmaninov's demanding Third Piano Concerto.
A picture paints a thousand words, but a song tells a story...?
Internationally-renowned food writer and TV cook Nigella Lawson has twelve bestselling books to her name and several successful TV series which have made hers a household name across the globe.
“Bezuidenhout’s recital captured, above all,
a sense of music as an evolutionary art, reacting
to technology in flux and history in motion.”
– Alex Ross, The New Yorker
With his Fourth Symphony, Tchaikovsky transformed his personal battle with fate into a potent and powerful work of art.
Smetana’s spirited overture sets the scene for celebration, as one of WASO’s favourite guests, Alban Gerhardt, makes his much-anticipated return with Dvorák’s ever-popular Cello Concerto.
Celebrate the cherished Easter concert tradition with WASO and the St George's Cathedral Consort led by Joseph Nolan, with one of the most beloved choral pieces of all time.
In 2024, delve into the rich tapestries of music, where harmonious strings, majestic brass, and divine vocals coalesce, revealing the splendour of the Saint Georges Cathedral Concert Series.
Following standing ovations across the country, Australia’s smash-hit stage spectacular Rumour Has It returns bigger and bolder than ever.
Well known for annual Christmas performances of Handel’s Messiah and other choral works, Perth Symphonic Chorus presents Bach’s St Matthew Passion for the first time in its nearly 30 year history.
Missy Higgins is unveiling ‘an anniversary tour with a difference’ to celebrate 20 years since her trailblazing debut, The Sound of White
Join Katie Noonan, Melinda Schneider and Abby Dobson with an all-female band, as they recreate the much loved, multi-award-winning music of Karen Carpenter.
Celebrated British conductor Alpesh Chauhan and WASO’s beloved Concertmaster Laurence Jackson are a match made in heaven for this evening of extraordinary music.
Welcome to the brilliant Esmé Quartet, the award-winning young string quartet waking up the world with their exciting and insightful performances of much-loved masterworks.
To listen to a performance of Beethoven’s Symphony No.9 is to enjoy a profound musical experience.
Experience some of the greatest modern film music as WASO and conductor Nicholas Buc pay tribute to one of the most influential film composers of all time: Hans Zimmer.
One of the rising stars of Australian conducting, Jen Winley leads this thrilling concert that weaves together the tales of legendary women.
Music inspired by suspense, dreams and illusions.
The ultimate concert experience to capture your imagination and thrill you to the core, performed by the exhilarating WA Youth Orchestra.
Bring your friends, flags and best party spirit as we return for our annual celebration of your favourite classical and British hits.
Iconic selections from Wagner’s legendary Ring cycle come thrillingly to life in the hands of celebrated Wagnerian, Asher Fisch
“The compelling French-German cellist Nicolas
Altstaedt gave a performance that thoroughly
conveyed its audacious, even radical elemen.”
– New York Times
Discover the art of the impossible when Kirill Gerstein, poet of the piano, scales new heights of virtuosity.
Dalia Stasevska is one of the world’s most in-demand conductors, and she makes her much-anticipated WASO debut with a concert of Nordic masterpieces.
ARC present 'Led Zeppelin IV'
Italian violinist Francesca Dego makes her WASO debut with Shostakovich’s emotionally charged Violin Concerto No.1, a work in which he transformed oppression into profound and beautiful music.
Dmitry Matvienko makes his WASO debut in this richly romantic program.