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2011 DISCOVER! - West Australian Symphony Orchestra

2011 DISCOVER!

WASO Education & OUTREACH Program


Welcome to another year of excitement, fun, energy and

passion with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra as

we deliver our 2011 Education and Outreach programs.

DISCOVER! enriches students in all corners of the

state. The 2011 regional touring program will once

again see WASO musicians bring smiles and orchestral

appreciation to students in regional and remote locations.

WASO’s commitment to students’ understanding

of symphonic repertoire and orchestral music has

culminated in this vibrant program, offering a wide

array of opportunities for your students.

Take a behind-the-scenes tour and learn about the life

of a musician; watch conductor, soloist and Orchestra

perfect their final rehearsal; and undertake a masterclass

with one of WASO’s international guest artists.

Please take the time to familiarise yourself with the

experiences available in this brochure, complemented

by teacher resource kits for the classroom to allow your

students to learn more about your state’s Orchestra and

the astonishing music WASO performs.

Paul Daniel

Principal Conductor and Artistic Adviser

Principal Conductor Partner

Front cover: Joshua Davis, Principal Trombone


Primary Program

Education Chamber Orchestra (EChO)

(Years K – 7)

Concert length 50 mins

Join the Education Chamber Orchestra (EChO) as it explores the

wonder and fun of classical music and the instruments of the orchestra.

These 50 minute concerts are a brilliant introduction to music for

students and include sing-alongs and other interactive elements

including “have a go” on instruments.

Be sure to book carefully as each show is tailored to specific age groups.


EChO Little Kids (Years K – 3)

10 May | Tuesday 10am, 11.30am Fremantle Town Hall

11 May | Wednesday 10am, 11.30am Rockingham Library

12 May | Thursday 10am, 11.30am Midland Town Hall

13 May | Friday 10am, 11.30am Joondalup Reception Centre

7 September | Wednesday 10am, 11.30am Venue tbc*

8 September | Thursday 10am, 11.30am Venue tbc*

9 September | Friday 10am, 11.30am Venue tbc*

Primary Program

EChO Big Kids (Years 4 – 7)

10 May | Tuesday 1.30pm Fremantle Town Hall

11 May | Wednesday 1.30pm Rockingham Library

12 May | Thursday 1.30pm Midland Town Hall

13 May | Friday 1.30pm Joondalup Reception Centre

7 September | Wednesday 1.30pm Venue tbc*

8 September | Thursday 1.30pm Venue tbc*

9 September | Friday 1.30pm Venue tbc*

Tickets

$8 Per student (1 teacher free per 7 students)

$8 Subsequent teacher & supervisor tickets (maximum 6 tickets)

* Venue details will be available in January 2011. For information visit

waso.com.au or email the Education Manager on education@waso.com.au


PERFORMING ARTS IN EDUCATION FESTIVAL

27 July | Wednesday

State Theatre Centre

Black Swan State Theatre Company, West Australian Opera and the

West Australian Symphony Orchestra passionately believe in the role

that live performance plays in developing the expressive, social and

developmental lives of children. The Performing Arts in Education

Festival will be a unique opportunity for students to experience the

work of these three leading arts companies.

More information about this event will be available from March 2011.

Tickets

$10 Per student per event

CREEPY CLASSICS

(Years 3 – 7)

17 August | Wednesday 10am, 11.30am | Concert length 55 mins

Perth Concert Hall

Join WASO as we play the most eerie, mysterious and creepy classics ever

composed, from the ancient Dies Irae so hauntingly intoned by monks and

later used to great effect by Berlioz, to musical depictions of demons, witches

and haunted mountains. Feel chills down your spine as we explore what makes

a piece of music ‘creepy’, using analysis and imagination as our guide.

MUSSORGSKY Night on Bald Mountain

GLUCK Orfeo: Dance of the Furies

SAINT-SAENS Danse Macabre

STRAVINSKY The Firebird: Infernal Dance

JOHN WILLIAMS Harry Potter: Main Theme

RACHMANINOV Symphonic Dances

BERLIOZ Symphonie Fantastique: Witches’ Sabbath

Resource notes available from 20 June 2011 from waso.com.au or the WASO

Education Manager on education@waso.com.au

Warwick Potter, conductor

Tickets

$10 Per student (1 free teacher per 7 students)

$10 Subsequent teacher & supervisor tickets (maximum 6 tickets)


BACH TO THE FUTURE

(Years K – 4)

4 November | Friday 10am, 11.30am | Concert length 55 mins

Perth Concert Hall

When Corky accidentally combines the ingredients of a magical musical spell,

she finds herself on an adventure with some of the world’s most fascinating

composers. Join Corky as she attempts to recreate the musical formula that will

bring a happy ending to a time travel experiment gone awry. WASO welcomes

back the award winning Platypus Theatre Company in this enchanting tale of

music throughout the ages.

Resource notes available from 5 September 2011 from waso.com.au or the

WASO Education Manager on education@waso.com.au

Warwick Potter, conductor

Platypus Theatre Company (pictured below)

Tickets

$10 Per student (1 free teacher per 7 students)

$10 Subsequent teacher & supervisor tickets (maximum 6 tickets)


Secondary Program

MASTERS & Classics CONCERTS

(Years 8 – 12)

Various dates | Friday 7.30pm

Perth Concert Hall

Various dates | Saturday 7.30pm

Perth Concert Hall

Why not bring your students to a WASO Masters or Classics concert and

enjoy school group rates C reserve student tickets start from just $15.

Call 9326 0000 for further information about booking school groups, and for

a 2011 WASO Season Brochure please email education@waso.com.au

2011 sees the performance of Mozart’s Symphony No. 40, which features on

the Designated and Recommended Set Works list for senior music students.

See details below.

A night in vienna

18 November | Friday 7.30pm 19 November | Saturday 7.30pm

Perth Concert Hall

Perth Concert Hall

MOZART Symphony No. 40 K.550

STRAUSS, R Excerpts from Der Rosenkavalier

Paul Daniel, conductor

Cheryl Barker, the Marschallin

Sara Macliver, Sophie

Catherine Carby, Octavian

Tickets

$15 Per student (1 free teacher per 10 students)

(upper gallery or choir stalls only)

SET WORKS

(Years 8 – 12)

9 February | Wednesday 11am | Concert length 75 mins

Hale School

WASO continues its proud tradition of delivering a selection of pieces from

the TEE Designated and Recommended Set Works for 2011. Embrace the

opportunity to engage with your Orchestra as we break down, analyse and

reassemble the works and lives of some of the great composers of classical music.

Warwick Potter, conductor

Tickets

$10 Per student (1 free teacher per 10 students)

$10 Subsequent teacher & supervisor tickets (maximum 6 tickets)


Shaun Lee-Chen, Violin

SECONDARY PROGRAM


FABULOUS FRIDAYS

(Years 6 – 12)

Evening commences at 6.30pm | Concert commences at 7.30pm

Perth Concert Hall

A unique experience for students, giving a rare insight into the backstage happenings

before a WASO performance at the Perth Concert Hall. Enjoy a schools-only talk

given by a WASO musician, including light catering and refreshments. This is one

of the most special ways to experience your West Australian Symphony Orchestra.

Tickets

$20 Per student (1 free teacher per 10 students)

$20 Subsequent teacher & supervisor tickets (maximum 6 tickets)

(upper gallery or choir stalls only)

1 MIGHTY

SHOSTAKOVICH

25 March | Friday

MOZART Violin Concerto No.5 K.219

SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No.5

PLUS BONUS TRACK*

Paul Daniel, conductor

Akiko Suwanai, violin (pictured below)

3 BACH & BRUCKNER

26 August | Friday

BACH Suite No.2 BWV 1067

BRUCKNER Symphony No.7

PLUS BONUS TRACK*

Paul Daniel, conductor

Andrew Nicholson, flute (pictured below)

* The Bonus Track series will introduce you

to unexpected and often unknown musical

treats at the end of our concerts. Come along

intrigued and you’ll leave enlightened.

2 SLAVA GRIGORYAN

PLAYS RODRIGO

3 June | Friday

DE FALLA El amor brujo: Ballet Suite

[Love, the Magician]

RODRIGO Concierto de Aranjuez

BARTOK Concerto for Orchestra

PLUS BONUS TRACK*

Stefan Asbury, conductor

Slava Grigoryan, guitar (pictured below)

4 MOZART’S MASS

25 November | Friday

RAVEL Pavane for a Dead Princess

JAMES LEDGER Two Memorials

WORLD PREMIERE

MOZART Mass in C minor K.427

Paul Daniel, conductor

Sara Macliver, soprano (pictured below)

Penelope Mills, soprano

Paul McMahon, tenor

James Clayton, baritone

WASO Chorus


MORNING SYMPHONY

(Years 6 – 12)

Musician talk commences at 10.15am | 60 min concert commences at 11am

Perth Concert Hall

A stunning introduction to some of the greatest symphonic pieces. These Morning

Symphony concerts are complemented by a special student talk presented by one of

WASO’s outstanding musicians. A great way to introduce students to an orchestral

concert and learn more about the life of a professional musician.

Tickets

$10 Per student (1 free teacher per 10 students)

$10 Subsequent teacher & supervisor tickets (maximum 6 tickets)

(upper gallery only)

1 ROMANTIC

RACHMANINOV

17 March | Thursday

RACHMANINOV Symphony No.2

Paul Daniel, conductor (pictured below)

2 VERBITSKY

CONDUCTS TCHAIKOVSKY

23 June | Thursday

GLINKA Valse Fantaisie

TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No.4

Vladimir Verbitsky, conductor

(pictured below)

3 SYMPHONIC

VARIATIONS

1 September | Thursday

DVORAK Symphonic Variations

FRANCK Symphony in D minor

Asher Fisch, conductor (pictured below)

4 A MORNING

IN VIENNA

17 November | Thursday

MOZART Symphony No.40 K.550*

MOZART The Marriage of Figaro

ACT II: Porgi Amor K.492

STRAUSS, R. Excerpts from

Der Rosenkavalier

Paul Daniel, conductor

Cheryl Barker, soprano (pictured below)

* Features on Designated and Recommended

Set Works list.


OPEN REHEARSALS

(Years 8 – 12)

10am (Please arrive at 9.45am) | Rehearsal length 90 mins (approximate)

Perth Concert Hall

Join your West Australian Symphony Orchestra for its final rehearsal prior to the

weekend’s performances! Students will be part of a unique and memorable experience

as the conductor, Orchestra and soloists put together an entire concert program.

Tickets

Free! Bookings are essential as seats are limited (maximum 30 tickets per school)

1 MIGHTY

SHOSTAKOVICH

25 March | Friday

MOZART Violin Concerto No.5 K.219

SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No. 5

Paul Daniel, conductor (pictured below)

Akiko Suwanai, violin

3 SIMONE YOUNG

CONDUCTS MAHLER

5 August | Friday

MESSIAEN Concert à quatre

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

MAHLER compl. COOKE

Symphony No.10

Simone Young, conductor

WORLD ARTIST (pictured below)

TBA, flute

TBA, oboe

TBA, cello

TBA, piano

2 SLAVA GRIGORYAN

PLAYS RODRIGO

3 June | Friday

DE FALLA El amor brujo: Ballet Suite

[Love, the Magician]

RODRIGO Concierto de Aranjuez

BARTOK Concerto for Orchestra

Stefan Asbury, conductor (pictured below)

Slava Grigoryan, guitar

4 PICTURES AT AN

EXHIBITION

21 October | Friday

WAGNER The Flying Dutchman Overture

SCHUMANN Piano Concerto

MUSSORGSKY arr. RAVEL

Pictures at an Exhibition

Brad Cohen, conductor

Ronald Brautigam, piano (pictured below)


Clockwise from top left: ‘Have-a-go’

session at Goomalling Primary School.

Shaun Lee-Chen, mentoring Riley

Skevington in the Orchestral Training

Program. Joan Wright with students at

Goomalling Primary School – WASO

on the Road 2010. Nik Babic, Joan

Wright and Alex Millier during WASO

on the Road 2010. Zak Rowntree, Robert

Gladstones, Cameron Brook and Peter

Miller – EChO ensemble. Peter Miller,

David Elton & Joshua Davis in concert.


Tertiary & Development

Projects

MASTERS & Classics CONCERTS

Various dates | Friday 7.30pm

Perth Concert Hall

Various dates | Saturday 7.30pm

Perth Concert Hall

Why not come to a WASO Masters or Classics concert C reserve student tickets start

from just $15. For a 2011 WASO Season Brochure please email education@waso.com.au

Tickets

$15 Per student (1 free teacher per 10 students)

(upper gallery or choir stalls only)

ABC SYMPHONY AUSTRALIA YOUNG PERFORMERS

AWARDS 2011

For those who dream of a solo career, the annual ABC Symphony Australia Young

Performers Awards encourages the talent and ambitions of young musicians.

Originally called the Concerto and Vocal Competition, the Awards have provided

opportunities for an extraordinary number of our finest classical performers including

WASO’s own Shaun Lee-Chen as well as Maxwell Foster, Geoffrey Parsons, Roger

Woodward, Vernon Hill, Simon Tedeschi, Rosamund Illing and Diana Doherty. The

winner takes home a $20,000 cash prize and is offered opportunities to perform

with Australia’s leading professional orchestras. For further information please visit

symphonyinternational.net

ABC SYMPHONY AUSTRALIA YOUNG PERFORMERS

AWARDS 2011 STAGE III FINAL

9 June | Thursday 6pm

Perth Concert Hall

Four of Australia’s finest aspiring soloists perform with the West Australian

Symphony Orchestra in their quest to be named 2011 ABC Symphony Australia

Young Performer of the Year. The last step before the Grand Final, this concert

showcases some of our country’s most talented performers.

Tickets

$15 Per student (1 free teacher per 10 students)

$25 Subsequent teacher & supervisor tickets


COMPOSITION PROJECT

In 2011 the Composition Project will

give students the opportunity to

develop their compositional skills with

one of Australia’s leading composers

and benefit from the guidance of WASO

musicians in intensive workshops and

rehearsals. More information available

in December 2010 from the Education

Manager on education@waso.com.au

YOUNG & EMERGING

ARTISTS

WASO understands the importance

of supporting and mentoring the next

generation of young artists. Our Young

& Emerging Artists Program seeks to

nurture aspiring performers through

unique training opportunities. Its focus

is to provide professional orchestral

training to young musicians with a

range of learning experiences including

the Orchestral Training Program,

International Artist Masterclasses,

Conductor Masterclasses, Assistant

Chorus Conductor and Assistant Ballet

Conductor. For further information

please email education@waso.com.au

TERTIARY & DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

MASTERCLASSES

Our International Artist Masterclass

program provides talented young

musicians the opportunity to work

with some of our most brilliant visiting

guest artists. In 2010, WASO hosted

cellist Jian Wang and violinist

Renaud Capuçon. Details for the

2011 program will be available in

March 2011. For further information

please email the Education Manager

on education@waso.com.au

Top to bottom: James Ledger leading

a Composition Project rehearsal, 2010.

Peter Miller mentoring Breanna Evangelista

in the Orchestral Training Program. Jian

Wang with Masterclass participants, 2010.


Touring

Education Chamber ORCHESTRA (EChO) TOURS

Broome

Kalgoorlie

16 – 20 May

12 – 16 September

The West Australian Symphony Orchestra takes great pride in being able to provide

opportunities for students across the state to experience the wonder and excitement of live

music. With a commitment to visiting regional and remote locations, WASO’s previous

tours have reached areas from Karratha to Kalgoorlie, Port Hedland to Margaret River and

Halls Creek to Mount Barker. Through a series of fun and interactive concert presentations

WASO’s 15-piece ensemble introduces students to the world of classical music and the

instruments of the orchestra.

For further information please email education@waso.com.au

Alternatively, download an Expression of Interest form for these tours from waso.com.au

WASO ON THE ROAD

Kimberley & Pilbara

Metropolitan

South-West

11 – 15 April

25 – 29 July

24 – 28 October

A small group of WASO musicians is able to travel much further than your average 80

piece symphony orchestra! This is precisely what WASO on the Road aims to do. In 2011

WASO on the Road will be visiting classrooms in regional centres introducing students

to the instruments of the orchestra and the world of classical music through interactive

have-a-go sessions, informal classroom presentations and workshops.

For further information please email education@waso.com.au

Alternatively, download an Expression of Interest form for these tours from waso.com.au


Margaret Blades, Associate Concertmaster

TOURING


More Experiences

THE BIG SING

4 September | Sunday 1.30pm 18 September | Sunday 1.30pm

Perth Concert Hall

Bunbury Entertainment Centre

The Big Sing is a fun way to spend an afternoon singing with the WASO Chorus. Whether you’re

15 or 80, a trained singer or just someone keen to sing, come along and experience the joy of

singing some popular choral works led by Chorus Director Marilyn Phillips.

Tickets

Free! Book from Monday 11 July 2011. For Perth contact the WASO Box Office on

08 9326 0000 or for Bunbury contact the Bunbury Entertainment Centre on 1300 661 272.

HOSPITAL ORCHESTRA PROJECT

This highly successful program enables WASO musicians to present free classroom musical

demonstrations and workshops to students in the Hospital School Service at Princess Margaret

Hospital. All children throughout the hospital are able to enjoy the shows on Starlight TV as well

as in the Starlight Theatre.

Explore WASO ONLINE

Waso Website

Visit waso.com.au and check out the education

pages for information on all of our education

programs. From resource notes to concert

bookings and more about our regional touring

program, you will find a wealth of information

to enhance your students’ learning experience.

Audio Podcasts

WASO podcasts take you behind the scenes

and deeper into the music. They are available

online prior to all Masters and Classics concerts.

Concert Webcasts

Concert webcasts provide online performances

live and on demand. Visit waso.com.au for more

information.

Music Clips

Hear excerpts of works featured in WASO’s 2011

season.

Free Printed Programs

Concert programs are available online one week

prior to the concert.

Facebook

Follow WASO on Facebook for behind the scenes

glimpses, upcoming concert information, ticket

giveaways and more.

facebook.com/WestAustralianSymphonyOrchestra

Twitter

If you want to know even more about the daily life

of your Orchestra, follow us on Twitter @_WASO_

for instant WASO updates.


Primary School

Booking Form

HOW TO BOOK

Complete this booking form and return to the WASO Box Office.

(If sent by fax, please call 9326 0000 to ensure that the fax has been received.)

Mail WASO, PO Box 3041, PERTH ADELAIDE TERRACE WA 6832

Fax 08 9326 0099 Remember to fax both sides of the booking form!

In Person WASO Box Office 445 Hay Street, PERTH 9am – 5pm, Mon to Fri

Web waso.com.au Booking form available for download

BOOKING FORMS

Ticket Terms & Conditions

Concert dates and ticket prices are listed overleaf and throughout the Discover! brochure.

One free adult ticket is allowed per 7 student tickets purchased. A maximum of 6 adult tickets may be purchased

at school ticket prices.

Please note that there is a $6.60 transaction fee per form received.

Bookings are processed in strict order of receipt and you will receive a tax invoice. To secure your tickets payment must

be received by the due date on the invoice. Booking confirmation / tickets will not be posted until payment is received.

Please keep a copy of your booking form for your reference.

Advice of cancellation must be received in writing at least 10 days prior to concert date. After this date all invoices must

be paid as issued. Any changes to numbers must be received in writing at least 5 days prior to concert date.

Excursion Management Plans and Insurance Certificates are available to download from waso.com.au

BOOKING ENQUIRIES: WASO Customer Service 9326 0000

PROGRAM ENQUIRIES: WASO Education Manager 9326 0022

We will do everything in our power to present the program listed in the brochure but sometimes events beyond our control

mean we will have to vary the program without notice and we ask for your understanding.

Contact Person

Name of School

Postal Address

P/Code

Phone

Fax

Email

Do any students require special arrangements (eg disabled access. Please specify)


CONCERT DETAILS

PLEASE TICK NUMBER OF NUMBER OF NUMBER OF TOTAL TOTAL

PREFERENCE STUDENTS ADULTS ADULTS NUMBER

(max 6) OF TICKETS

Eg: 10am 11:30am 10 @ $8 1 Free 1 @ $8 12 $ 88.00

EChO Little Kids

Tues 10 May 10am 11:30am @ $8 Free @ $8 $

Wed 11 May 10am 11:30am @ $8 Free @ $8 $

Thurs 12 May 10am 11:30am @ $8 Free @ $8 $

Fri 13 May 10am 11:30am @ $8 Free @ $8 $

Wed 7 Sept 10am 11:30am @ $8 Free @ $8 $

Thurs 8 Sept 10am 11:30am @ $8 Free @ $8 $

Fri 9 Sept 10am 11:30am @ $8 Free @ $8 $

EChO BIG Kids

Tues 10 May 1.30pm @ $8 Free @ $8 $

Wed 11 May 1.30pm @ $8 Free @ $8 $

Thurs 12 May 1.30pm @ $8 Free @ $8 $

Fri 13 May 1.30pm @ $8 Free @ $8 $

Wed 7 Sept 1.30pm @ $8 Free @ $8 $

Thurs 8 Sept 1.30pm @ $8 Free @ $8 $

Fri 9 Sept 1.30pm @ $8 Free @ $8 $

Creepy Classics

Wed 17 Aug 10am 11:30am @ $10 Free @ $10 $

Bach to the Future

Fri 4 Nov 10am 11:30am @ $10 Free @ $10 $

Subtotal $

+ TRANSACTION fee $

6.60

TOTAL

Payment Details

Please note that a tax invoice will be sent to your school/institution. All bookings must include the $6.60 transaction fee in total.

I’m PAYING BY Cheque / Money Order Made payable to “West Australian Symphony Orchestra

EFT Details on tax invoice

Cash Please do not send cash via mail

MasterCard / Visa Cardholder’s Name ..................................................................................................................

N o Exp ................ / ................

Signature .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

OFFICE USE ONLY

receIved: ....................................... PROCESSED: ....................................... PAYMENT RECEIVED: ....................................... Posted: .......................................


Secondary School

Booking Form

HOW TO BOOK

Complete this booking form and return to the WASO Box Office.

(If sent by fax, please call 9326 0000 to ensure that the fax has been received.)

Mail WASO, PO Box 3041, PERTH ADELAIDE TERRACE WA 6832

Fax 08 9326 0099 Remember to fax both sides of the booking form!

In Person WASO Box Office 445 Hay Street, PERTH 9am – 5pm, Mon to Fri

Web waso.com.au Booking form available for download

Ticket Terms & Conditions

Concert dates and ticket prices are listed overleaf and throughout the Discover! brochure.

One free adult ticket is allowed per 10 student tickets purchased. A maximum of 6 adult tickets may be purchased at

school ticket prices.

Please note that there is a $6.60 transaction fee per form received.

Bookings are processed in strict order of receipt and you will receive a tax invoice. To secure your tickets payment must

be received by the due date on the invoice. Booking confirmation / tickets will not be posted until payment is received.

Please keep a copy of your booking form for your reference.

Advice of cancellation must be received in writing at least 10 days prior to concert date. After this date all invoices must

be paid as issued. Any changes to numbers must be received in writing at least 5 days prior to concert date.

Excursion Management Plans and Insurance Certificates are available to download from waso.com.au

BOOKING ENQUIRIES: WASO Customer Service 9326 0000

PROGRAM ENQUIRIES: WASO Education Manager 9326 0022

We will do everything in our power to present the program listed in the brochure but sometimes events beyond our control

mean we will have to vary the program without notice and we ask for your understanding.

Contact Person

Name of School

Postal Address

P/Code

Phone

Fax

Email

Do any students require special arrangements (eg disabled access. Please specify)


CONCERT DETAILS

PLEASE TICK NUMBER OF NUMBER OF NUMBER OF TOTAL TOTAL

PREFERENCE STUDENTS ADULTS ADULTS NUMBER

(max 6) OF TICKETS

Eg: 11am 10 @ $10 1 Free 1 @ $10 12 $ 110.00

Set Works

Wed 9 Feb 11am @ $10 Free @ $10 $

Fabulous Fridays

Fri 25 March 6:30pm @ $20 Free @ $20 $

Fri 3 June 6:30pm @ $20 Free @ $20 $

Fri 26 Aug 6:30pm @ $20 Free @ $20 $

Fri 25 Nov 6:30pm @ $20 Free @ $20 $

Morning Symphony Excursions

Thurs 17 March 10:15am @ $10 Free @ $10 $

Thurs 23 June 10:15am @ $10 Free @ $10 $

Thurs 1 Sept 10:15am @ $10 Free @ $10 $

Thurs 17 Nov 10:15am @ $10 Free @ $10 $

YPA Stage III Final

Thurs 9 June 6pm @ $15 Free @ $25 $

Open Rehearsals

Fri 25 March 10am Free Free NA

Fri 3 June 10am Free Free NA

Fri 5 Aug 10am Free Free NA

Fri 21 Oct 10am Free Free NA

Subtotal $

+ TRANSACTION fee $

6.60

TOTAL

Payment Details

Please note that a tax invoice will be sent to your school/institution. All bookings must include the $6.60 transaction fee in total.

I’m PAYING BY Cheque / Money Order Made payable to “West Australian Symphony Orchestra

EFT Details on tax invoice

Cash Please do not send cash via mail

MasterCard / Visa Cardholder’s Name ..................................................................................................................

N o Exp ................ / ................

Signature .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

OFFICE USE ONLY

received: ....................................... PROCESSED: ....................................... PAYMENT RECEIVED: ....................................... Posted: .......................................


Calendar 2011

SCHOOL TERM DATE CONCERT YEAR

Term 1 9 February | Wednesday Set Works 8 – 12

17 March | Thursday Morning Symphony 1 6 – 12

25 March | Friday Open Rehearsal 1 8 – 12

25 March | Friday Fabulous Friday 1 6 – 12

11 – 15 April WASO on the Road K – 12

Term 2 10 – 13 May Little Kids EChO Concerts K – 3

10 – 13 May Big Kids EChO Concerts 4 – 7

16 – 20 May EChO Tour K – 12

3 June | Friday Open Rehearsal 2 8 – 12

3 June | Friday Fabulous Friday 2 6 – 12

9 June | Thursday Young Performers Awards 6 – 12

23 June | Thursday Morning Symphony 2 6 – 12

Term 3 25 – 29 July WASO on the Road K – 12

27 July | Wednesday Performing Arts in Education Festival

5 August | Friday Open Rehearsal 3 8 – 12

17 August | Wednesday Creepy Classics 3 – 7

26 August | Friday Fabulous Friday 3 6 – 12

1 September | Thursday Morning Symphony 3 6 – 12

4 September | Sunday The Big Sing All ages

7 – 9 September Little Kids EChO Concerts K – 3

7 – 9 September Big Kids EChO Concerts 4 – 7

12 – 16 September EChO Tour K – 12

18 September | Sunday The Big Sing All ages

Term 4 21 October | Friday Open Rehearsal 4 8 – 12

24 – 28 October WASO on the Road K – 12

4 November | Friday Bach to the Future K – 4

17 November | Thursday Morning Symphony 4 6 – 12

18 & 19 November A Night in Vienna All ages

25 November | Friday Fabulous Friday 4 6 – 12

For all 2011 WASO concert dates please visit waso.com.au or refer to the 2011 Season brochure.

You can request a copy of the brochure from the WASO Education Manager on education@waso.com.au

Photography Matt Galligan www.mattgalligan.com.au

Guest Artist Photo Credits Observatoriet Simax Classics, Bridget Elliott, David Bailey, Tyler Boye, Jon Green, Thomas Rabsch, Marco Borggreve, Perou, Keith Saunders, Lucio Lecce, Philippe Hurlin, Tyler Boye, Saito Kiyotaka,

Outi Montosen, Christian Steiner, Reto Klar, Frances Andrijch, Tony McDonough and Nik Babic. St Mary’s Cathedral image - Dean, St Mary’s Cathedral, Perth, copyright to The Roman Catholic Archbishop of Perth 2010.

This brochure is printed using green energy onto Opal XP which is manufactured from Elemental Chlorine Free (ECF) pulp sourced from sustainable, well managed forests. Both paper manufacturer and printer are certified under

Environmental Management System ISO 14001.


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