We are thrilled to be performing in Cappuccino Concerts' 2018 Grove Classics Concert Series with our concert, titled "Landscapes"!
The music in this program draws inspiration from the world and scenes around us: from Australia’s vast changing land as viewed from a fast car on a highway, to French Impressionism, the lively dance music of South America, the contrast between large stone monuments and small precious stones, even the music of David Bowie.
Join us for an unforgettable evocative journey.
All Grove Classics 2018 performances feature BLACK BOX Visual Arts Studio Art Show exhibiting the work of Australian and international artists. All artworks are for sale.
Enjoy a complimentary wine and the intimacy of superb chamber music in the comfortable environment of the state-of-the-art The Grove Library building.
Tickets available now from trybooking: https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=384496&
The second stop on our short tour of WA's beautiful Great Southern region.
If you're in Denmark (or nearby), come and enjoy an afternoon concert featuring some of our favourite guitar quartet works from Australia and abroad!
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The Perth Guitar Quartet are hitting the road and embarking on a tour of WA's Great Southern region. The first stop on our 2018 tour is Albany. This concert is equally exciting as it is the first in Albany Fine Music's 2018 concert series.
Held in the beautiful Wesley Church on Duke St, come and listen to a wide range of our favourite guitar quartet repertoire, featuring depictions of landscapes near and far, lively dances, and luscious melodies.
Purchase your tickets in advance to secure a seat at this exciting concert!
We are looking forward to working with the UWA Conservatorium of Music, the UWA Centre for Social Impact, and the WA Alliance to End Homelessness (WAAEH) in this once-in-a-lifetime community event.
In 1971 composer Gavin Bryars arranged a piece of music based on a loop of an unknown homeless man singing a brief stanza. Almost 50 years later, homelessness is still a huge issue for so many in our community. This incredibly powerful and poignant piece is being used to raise awareness about the #EndHomelessnessWA campaign
On Friday April 13, a recording of this loop playing will be pushed around Hay & Murray St malls on a trolley. Ensembles (including the Perth Guitar Quartet) will be stationed throughout the malls and will sing/play a simple 12 bar arrangement as the trolley passes. Ensembles will then move to Forrest Place and join together in a powerful finale of hundreds of performers accompanying the recording of the homeless man.
Everyone deserves a home, and together we can end homelessness in WA.