‘The Snowman’ Program
Perth Symphony brings the magic of Christmas alive with their performance of The Snowman.
This beautiful Academy Award-nominated film, based on Raymond Briggs’ famous book, depicts the story of the adventures of a young boy who builds a Snowman on the night before Christmas.
Meet the Orchestra
Little Drummer Boy
Hark the Herald
Conductor: Jessica Gethin
Concertmaster: Paul Wright
Soloists: Danny Melville, Courtney Murphy, Emma Pettemerides, James Jurjevich
Paul Wright (Concertmaster)
Ruth Klein Cook
Rex Carr White
An activity centre will be open from 1pm – 4:30pm.
Located around the corner from the Dickinson Centre, it will include a Farmer Damien’s petting zoo, a food truck and shady picnic areas.
Ground + Co will be the food truck operating at the activity centre. Offering coffee and snacks for both adults and children.
Please note, food is not included in your ticket price and must be purchased separately.
You can find more information about Ground + Co here: <<https://www.facebook.com/groundco.perth/>>
Music on the Move
Get special insights to Perth Symphony concert and behind the scenes gossip with Perth Symphony’s ‘Music on the Move’ podcast series. Designed to be listened to as a ‘pre concert chat’ on your way to the event, this episode’s special guest is with Hugh Lydon, one of the judges on the panel for our ‘Search for a Star’ competition. If you didn’t already have a listen, you can hear it on Apple podcasts or where-ever you binge on podcasts! Also available on SoundCloud.
Perth Symphony would like to acknowledge support from Presenting Partner AHG, Concert Partner Brownes Dairy and Venue Partner Scotch College in bringing this concert to life.
Special thanks to the team at Scotch College who let us transform their beautiful Dickinson Centre into a winter wonderland!
We’d also like to give a special mention to the two winners of our ‘Search for a Star’ competition: Danny and James for singing so beautifully with us today, we hope you both continue to sing and we look forward to sharing the stage with you in the future.
Of course, a massive thank you to Conductor and host Jessica Gethin, concertmaster Paul Wright, soloists Courtney Murphy and Emma Pettermerides, and our wonderful musicians who have filled us with Christmas spirit!
And no concert would be possible without the help of our incredible team of volunteers – we cannot thank you enough.
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Perth Symphony was founded in 2011 and is known as the orchestra that breaks the rules. With over 220 musicians regularly employed by us, we are creating a home for WA talent.
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