KWINANA residents have been enjoying live performances in unexpected places this month as part of the Act Belong Commit Rock Symphony Pop Ups and School Program.
Perth Symphony Orchestra has hit the streets of Kwinana with surprise performances at cafes, schools and markets, and the grand opening of Edge Skatepark.
Program sponsor Tianqi Lithium organised a string quartet Pop Up performance for diners and shoppers in Medina last Saturday.
City of Kwinana Mayor Carol Adams said the Pop Up performances were building excitement for the Act Belong Commit Rock Symphony team.
“We’re thrilled to bring something completely different to Kwinana this year,” Cr Adams said.
“We’ve got such a diverse community here in Kwinana and it’s been great to see people of all ages jump on board and embrace this unique musical experience.”
Perth Symphony Orchestra is currently engaged in an education program in primary schools in the Kwinana area.
The School Program has visited six schools in Kwinana with an interactive musical program designed to educate children who may not have experienced classical instruments before.
Pop Up performances at Wellard Square, Kwinana Marketplace and the Honeywood Farmers Markets will take place up until November 26.
For more details visit the City of Kwinana Facebook page.
The Act-Belong-Commit Rock Symphony will perform a free concert at Calista Oval on December 2 from 6pm to 10.30pm.