Lotterywest have announced that the Symphony in the City event will once again be held in Langley Park on Saturday, December 16. The show will feature the Western Australian Symphony Orchestra (WASO) and Chorus and will be broadcast live to regional venues.
Guy Noble conducted the very first Symphony in the City in 2007 and this year he returns to lead the Orchestra and Chorus in 2017. Soloists include violinists Laurence Jackson (WASO Concertmaster), and Zak Rountree, as well as renowned tenor Paul O’Neill.
Audiences can expect music from Star Wars, Puccini’s Turandot, Strauss’ Die Fledermaus, Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture and many more.
Symphony in the City will also be broadcast live onto screens at Albany Entertainment Centre, Kalgoorlie Arts Centre and Margaret River Cultural Centre from 7.10pm. The concert will also be broadcast via the Westlink VAST Channel 602. You can also stream the concert from your computer or mobile device or watch it from the Northbridge Piazza and the Perth Cultural Centre.
Lotterywest’s Symphony in the City takes place on Saturday, December 16 at Langley Park.