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WA STORY #2: Prima

Prima 'A Dance Journey'

Step into the captivating journey of Lucette Aldous, a petite dancer who enchanted the legendary Nureyev and left an indelible mark on Western Australia.

Discover her story through dance, music, images and storytelling, which unite in a mesmerising performance, unveiling her remarkable legacy and profound influence on the dance landscape of WA.

This performance will include a small-scale live ballet performance.

One of three from PSO's unique chamber music series, 'WA Stories', connecting people with the stories of WA Icons.

WHAT IS WA STORIES?

From the orchestra that breaks the rules, comes a new chamber music series for the 21st century.

Dive into a spellbinding odyssey where extraordinary music, captivating visuals and vivid narration to unveil stories of renowned and forgotten WA brilliance across time.

A truly unique and immersive experience under Otto the blue whale in Hackett Hall at WA Museum Boola Bardip*. Prepare to be transported through time and space.

WA Stories promises to be a memorable and enriching journey, inviting audiences to walk in the shoes of a West Australian legend.

*Did you know, Boola Bardip means many stories in Whadjuk Nyoongar.


OTHER STORIES IN THE SERIES

WA STORY #1: Bishop of the Bush

WA STORY #3: Hope, Hardship and a Fortunate Life

Save on ticket prices when you purchase tickets for two or three stories! To find out more about our packages click below:

Presented by Perth Symphony Orchestra with support from our community cultural partner WA Museum Boola Bardip

PSO Principal Partner: Minderoo Foundation

WA Stories Presenting Partner: Wright Burt Foundation

Concert Partner: Zenith & Modn

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Dates:

Fri, 27 September 2024
7:00PM

Sat, 28 September 2024
7:00PM


Location:

Hacket Hall, WA Museum Boola Bardip

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