Sound & Waves
25 March 2020
Dear Sound & Waves ticket holders,
We regret to inform you that Sound & Waves for March 25th will be cancelled. We plan to perform this concert down the line, but at this time, the March performance will not go ahead.
All those who have purchased a ticket, you will be contacted via email on the email address you booked the tickets under.
Perth Symphony Orchestra
Immerse yourself in Perth Symphony Orchestra’s production of Sounds and Waves, a celebration of the unique and spiritual relationship West Australians have with the ocean.
Set by the ocean at the iconic B Shed in Fremantle, the program will include a bespoke mix of music designed to evoke a sense of movement and awaken the spirit of the ocean; from classical to contemporary pieces including a WA Premiere and soundscapes.
DATE: Wednesday 25th March 2020
WHEN: 5.30pm doors & bar open, 6.30pm – 8.30pm concert with interval
WHERE: B Shed, Fremantle
TICKETS: On sale now! Book here.
$70: Premium Seating (SOLD OUT!)
$45: Adults General Admission*
$25: $17 years or younger
*Group buys available
UPDATE ON CORONAVIRUS BELOW.
Live music from Perth Symphony strings and guest artists will be interwoven with stories told by individual West Australians whose connections to the ocean are deeply profound and reflect our own experiences in this isolated but beautiful part of the world.
Whether you surf, swim, fish, sail, or came to Perth by boat, this concert aims to bring to life our Indian Ocean through a stunning music soundtrack featuring works by classical greats such as Vivaldi and Gershwin and contemporary composers including Ross Edwards and John Butler.
Enjoy the tastes of the ocean to complement your ocean inspired program, with freshly shucked oysters and a range of paella available on the night. Pre-order your food here.
Thank you to concert partner UWA Oceans Institute and event partners Fremantle Ports, Voyager Estate, and Gage Roads for making this concert possible. ‘Sound & Waves’ is the first in Perth Symphony’s 2020 Heritage Series. We would like to acknowledge and thank the Wright Burt Foundation, for partnering with this series.