We believe music can uplift, heal and inspire.
We believe we can make a difference.
We believe in changing lives through music.
From exhilarating symphonies to captivating a capella. Come and have your life changed by music.
Under the direction of Samuel Parry, the WA Charity Orchestra and Choir will join with the remarkable voices of guest artists Harriet Marshall, Caitlin Cassidy, Henry Choo and Thomas Friberg, making this event an unmissable experience.
Gershwin’s “An American in Paris” is well-known for its depiction of the sights and energy of Paris in the 1920’s. This performance will feature the work in its original setting, rarely heard worldwide since 1942. Tippett’s deeply moving “Five Spirituals” draw on the rich culture of African American music. Beethoven’s monumental “Symphony No. 9” is world-famous for its use of the memorable and delightful melody commonly known as the ‘Ode to Joy’.
Relive the magic of your favourite Disney films as the WA Wind Symphony and guest artist Jocelyn Campbell take you on a sentimental journey with stunning live music from all your favourite movies! Including uplifting and toe-tapping songs from “Frozen”, “Moana”, “Tangled”, “The Lion King”, “Beauty and the Beast” and more, this will be an event where dreams will come true!
Friday 8th February, 7:30pm
Saturday 9th February, 2:00pm
Friday 15th February, 7:30pm
Saturday 16th February, 2:00pm
Please note that when booking online the system will automatically select seats for you. To request specific seats, please book over the phone through Fringe World on 9227 6288.
Lorenzo is a clarinetist/bass clarinetist in the West Australian Charity Orchestra and Wind Symphony and the clarinetist in the Opus……
David Maconachie is a violinist in the WA Charity Orchestra. He is a semi-retired General Practitioner with an extensive musical……
"WACO is such a wonderful supportive community to be a part of... I enjoy performing with WACO more than any other orchestra"