Perth Chamber Orchestra’s Steampunk Mozart concert at Midland Railway Workshops was a roaring success, with rave reviews from patrons and critics alike.
Melanie Coram of The West Australian gave 4★’s and said:
“Between pieces conductor Gethin shared sweet stories of the workshops that infused the building with life and laughter from the past. Steampunk Mozart was as much a theatrical experience for all the senses as it was a classical music concert.”
Read Melanie’s full review HERE.
Rosalind Appleby of Limelight Magazine also gave 4★’s and had this to say:
“It was an impressive night, full of creativity and multiple opportunities to connect. Another indication that if you dig below the surface in Perth’s classical music scene to the small-medium arts sector you will discover the future of classical music is in very good hands.”
Read Rosalind’s full review HERE.
Lynn Grierson of The Midland Reporter was very complimentary:
“The inaugural Steampunk Mozart concert at the Midland Railway Workshops on Wednesday delivered on a promise the 18th century maestro would have been proud to witness.”
Read Lynn’s full review HERE.
We’d like to extend a special thanks to Series co-presenter MSWA, Series concert partner Hewshott International, and event partner Barton Jones Wines for helping us bring this concert to life. Valued support also comes from Academy Cafe and The Little Champagne Cart.