The Denmark Festival of Voice is held from 31st May to 2nd June 2019 and brings together an inspiring line-up of local, national and international artists to celebrate the power and beauty of the human voice through song, story-telling and spoken word.
Every year Music on the Terrace proudly presents the Rising Stars concert, with a program dedicated to the best young talent in Western Australia. This year they are delighted to welcome back the String Quartet of St George's College.
Join us for Evensong at St Andrew’s Anglican Church, Subiaco, with the Chapel Choir of St George’s College
The acclaimed Chamber Orchestra of St George's College, UWA, under the direction of star violinist Paul Wright, once again tour to the SouthWest in January for two beautiful concerts!
Be transported in this candlelit concert and evensong with the Chapel Choir of St George's College.
Let the String Quartet of St George's College put a spring in your step with an afternoon of budding brilliance!
Marvel at the young virtuosity of the St George's College String Quartet. In their first performance of the year, these brilliant musicians will provide a programme including Greig's String Quartet in G minor and the 1st movement of the Ravel String Quartet.
The best of Baroque with the Early Music Ensemble of St George’s College.
The College's Early Music Ensemble and newly formed Chapel Consort, join forces with one of Perth's premiere ensembles, there Giovanni Consort, for a stunning Easter concert not to be missed! Running over two nights Friday, 30th March and Saturday 31st March.
The Chamber Orchestra of St George's College, lead by acclaimed violinist and Senior Music Fellow Paul Write, kick of their 2018 season with Tchaikovsky and Vivaldi.
The Chamber Orchestra of St George’s College return to Dunsborough in the new year after a successfully sold out concert earlier in the year. The Orchestra are presenting two exciting programs, under the direction of acclaimed Australian violinist, Paul Wright.
Bring a picnic, a rug, your family, and friends for classical favourites and carols under the stars!
The Orchestra of St George's College, led by violinist Paul Wright, will be joined by acclaimed musicians, Sara Macliver (soprano), Raymond Yong (piano), and Alex Isted (violin), under the direction of Mark Coughlan.
Join us for an evening of sublime piano music in the Dining Hall of St George’s College. Acclaimed pianist Raymond Yong will present a recital of classical piano masterpieces, including Beethoven’s dramatic and arresting “Appassionata” Sonata, Chopin’s Grand Polonaise Brilliante, and Schubert’s charming Impromptu in B flat Major.