Perth Symphony Orchestra coming to Kwinana

Mayor Carol Adams and Councillor Sheila Mills at the Edge Skatepark on Calista Oval.
Mayor Carol Adams and Councillor Sheila Mills at the Edge Skatepark on Calista Oval.

PERTH Symphony Orchestra is returning to Kwinana again.

Last year, the orchestra broke all the rules at Kwinana’s Act-Belong-Commit Rock Symphony, which featured hits from Nirvana, Metallica, James Bond and Pharrell.

This year the 55-piece orchestra is back to perform the ultimate music experience for all ages in a friendly surroundings, under the stars.

Mayor Carol Adams said the City was thrilled to have the world-class performers returning to Kwinana.

“The huge popularity and success of last year’s concert gave us no choice but to ask the Perth Symphony Orchestra to return,” she said.

“We asked them to deliver an even bigger and better concert in 2018 and we are certain they will meet that challenge with passion and vigour.”

Perth Symphony Orchestra executive director Bourby Webster said their diverse program of rock, pop and film music had the power to connect people in ways they never imagined.

Food trucks will be available or bring along a picnic with a rug and chairs. The City is also providing free shuttle services to and from Kwinana and Wellard train stations on the night.

WHAT: Perth Symphony Orchestra in the Tianqi Lithium Symphony Spectacular

WHERE: Calista Oval, Calista

WHEN: Saturday, December 1