On the Town

Want to catch a good movie? Or listen to a renowned string quartet at Perth Concert Hall? Perhaps Shakespeare is more your style – or a good old belly laugh at a bawdy stage play? Whatever takes your fancy, AMA (WA) is offering members the chance to win FREE tickets to a range of movies, concerts, plays, shows or events currently on in Perth.

 

Entries must be received by 4pm, Wednesday 25 July, 2018.

 

The Breaker Uppers


In cinemas 26 July

 

A hilarious, fun and raunchy Kiwi comedy from the producers of Hunt for the Wilderpeople and Boy about a pair of besties who run a business breaking up couples for cash.

Mission: Impossible – Fallout


In cinemas 2 August

 

The best intentions often come back to haunt you. Mission: Impossible – Fallout finds Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his IMF team (Alec Baldwin, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames) along with some familiar allies (Rebecca Ferguson, Michelle Monaghan) in a race against time after a mission gone wrong. Henry Cavill, Angela Bassett, and Vanessa Kirby also join the dynamic cast with filmmaker Christopher McQuarrie returning to the helm.

Swoons – From Fauré to Broadway


Sunday 12 August, Christ Church Grammar School Chapel, Claremont

 

So much glorious music has been written for choirs that it’s hard to select just a few pieces for one concert. Come and spend a relaxing Sunday afternoon with us and listen to some of your favourites, such as Fauré’s In paradisum from his Requiem and Lacrimosa from the Mozart Requiem, along with highlights from the Broadway musicals Porgy & Bess, West Side Story and My Fair Lady. Then tap your toes to songs from the jazz repertoire including Blue Skies, Mack the Knife and I Got Rhythm, complete with a small jazz band and soloist.

Ray Chen with Julien Quentin


Tuesday 21 Aug, 7.30pm, Perth Concert Hall

 

Known for his phenomenal technique, Ray Chen bring his trademark heartfelt artistry to this electrifying concert. Performing with his regular playing partner, Julien Quentin, Ray presents a program that showcases his heart stopping virtuosity with works by Ravel, Franck, and Ysaÿs.

Performing for one night only in Perth, this is a concert sure to have you on the edge of your seat!

WASO Plays Mozart & Dvořák


Friday 31 August & Saturday 1 September Perth Concert Hall

 

The sublime perfection of Mozart bookends this program, complemented by the irresistible 1920s rhythms and colours of Martinů’s Jazz Suite. One of his final symphonic masterpieces, Mozart’s radiant 39th Symphony contrasts intimacy with grandeur – and not just a little musical mischief!

 

The rustic vitality and lyricism of Dvořák’s evergreen Violin Concerto is perfectly suited to Grace Clifford, 2014 winner of the ABC Young Performer of the Year Award.

 

MOZART Don Giovanni: Overture

DVORAK Violin Concerto

MARTINU Jazz Suite

MOZART Symphony No.39

 

Leo Hussain conductor (WASO debut)

Grace Clifford violin (WASO debut)

The Italian Tenors


Saturday 1 December 2018, Astor Theatre Perth

 

Direct from Italy, the Italian Tenors are three of Europe’s most successful operatic tenors who have become a worldwide pop-opera phenomenon. Fabio La Mattina, Sabino Gaita and Evans Tonon toured Australia in 2016 on their inaugural tour which saw the group play to sell out performances Australia wide. The Italian Tenors signed to Universal Records, combine their classical roots with Neapolitan songs and their own blend of Italian pop which is not only evident on their self titled album but is sung with the flair and virtuosity that is uniquely the Italian Tenors.

 

Their encore Australian tour promises all the Italian charm and vocal power of their recently sold out European tour. Together with their live band, the evening promises to be an incredible musical montage of vocal passion and entertainment excellence.

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