Perth Symphony brings the magic of Christmas alive with their performance of The Snowman at Scotch College, Swanbourne on Sunday 22 December. This beautiful Academy Award-nominated film, based on Raymond Briggs’ famous book, depicts the story of a young boy who builds a Snowman on the night before Christmas.
The orchestral score, by Howard Blake, will be performed live in concert by Perth Symphony Orchestra. The soundtrack includes the song Walking in the Air made famous by Aled Jones – and will be performed by the winner of Perth Symphony’s ‘Search for a Star’ boy soprano competition (more details to follow).
This story is a well known Christmas classic, with the original book selling over 8.5 million copies worldwide.
The concert will include a delightful introduction to the orchestra – hosted by Chief Conductor – Jessica Gethin, and followed by some Christmas surprises!
Perth Symphony invites you to join them in Scotch College’s Dickinson Centre, which will be transformed into a winter wonderland on Sunday 22 December, 2019 at 2pm & 4pm. Tickets are on sale now.
This magical concert is presented by Foundation Partner AHG, supported by Concert Partner Brownes Dairy and hosted by venue partner Scotch College, the home of PSO.
We are giving you the chance to WIN one of 10 family passes (valid for two adults and two children) to see The Snowman at 2pm on Sunday 22 December, 2019 at Scotch College.
Competition closes at 10am on Thursday 26 September, 2019.