7 OCTOBER 2017

Tickets on sale now via ticketek.

Kurt Cobain: spokesman for a generation. Nirvana: flagship band of Generation X. No one flinches when you say it.

In the year Kurt would have turned 50, Perth Symphony Orchestra presents a concert event unlike anything seen before in WA. Or anywhere, for that matter.

This isn’t Nirvana with strings. Prepare to witness a fully-fledged orchestra in bloom, transformed for one night into a raging rock beast.

Already regarded as “the orchestra that breaks rules” for their radical reinterpretations of everything from Beethoven to WA’s greatest ever songs at RTRFM and the WA Museum’s flagship event A Moment in Time, Unplugged: Nirvana Reimagined will take orchestral sounds to some heavy, heavy places.



Using Nirvana’s legendary MTV Unplugged in New York as inspiration, which took place just five-months before Kurt’s untimely death in 1994, PSO will take songs from the concert and from throughout Nirvana’s discography and blow them up.

Imagine About a Girl and Where Did You Sleep Last Night backed by a wall of sound big enough to match the angst in the songs. Picture Smells Like Teen Spirit and Lithium pushing the year punk, alternative and grunge broke through, 1991, into the stratosphere.

Unplugged: Nirvana Reimagined will not only take you back there, it will remind you of music, culture and a generation changing forever.

Joining PSO is award-winning songwriter and the veteran of sold out Nirvana reinterpretations from Melbourne to Perth, Justin Burford. Fresh from a return tour with End of Fashion, one of the greatest voices WA has ever produced will lead the concert alongside conductor Jessica Gethin, and no one nails Kurt quite like him.

Burford and PSO have bandied together to reveal their most ambitious show ever. This is a dream event for the artists and Nirvana fans alike.

Unplugged: Nirvana Reimagined will take place on Saturday October 7th at His Majesty’s Theatre.



George Michael: upturned collar, reflective aviator shades, trimmed beard, cross earring. He is the man with the voice who brought soul to the pop world.

Perth Symphony Orchestra loves to re-work the music of the world’s most talented artists, bringing a new orchestral sound to massive hits. In this unique evening celebrating the incredible body of work by George Michael (spanning both his days as front man of Wham! to his incredible solo career) PSO collaborates with some of WA’s leading composers and arrangers to bring the magic of PSO’s orchestral sound to George’s songs.

The works of George Michael have been reimagined with the aim of taking the audience on a remarkable journey of emotions that shed a new light on some of the best-loved songs from Faith to Careless Whisper, Freedom to I’m Your Man.

The concert is performed by the Perth Symphony strings, drums and percussion and features the remarkable WAAPA Gospel Choir led byThe WAAPA Gospel Choir Matt Allen, Head of Contemporary Voice at WAAPA. The evening showcases WA’s incredible talent brought together for the first time in concert. Joining Matt will be members of the Gospel Choir for duets that saw George perform with the likes of Aretha Franklin and Elton John – be prepared for voices that will blow you away.

There are few artists who can boast more than 100 million in sales but George Michael is in that elite alumni. George, who would have celebrated his 54th birthday on June 25th, achieved remarkable things in his lifetime, and this concert aims to celebrate the joy his music brought to millions around the world. Come and party with us!



SATURDAY 20th MAY 2017


www.ticketmaster.com.au or call 136 100 (Tickets on sale Thursday 17th November)


Mario Maiolo & 96FM Present:

Hammer of the Gods brings classic rock to the Crown Theatre Perth on Saturday 20 May in an epic salute to Led Zeppelin, unleashing a 35-piece orchestra (organised by North Street Music) and powerhouse icons, the Zep Boys, in an exhilarating concert of symphonic majesty, dynamic rhythms and breathtaking vocals.

For 3 decades, the Zep Boys have flawlessly dedicated their careers to the Led Zeppelin catalogue and their intoxicating performances have thrilled legions of fans mesmerised by the hard rock, blues and psychedelic legacy of one of the most influential groups of all time.

Guided by maestro David Polain, Hammer of the Gods is a euphoric, unbridled union of hard core symphony and the ultimate concept band, the Zep Boys (vocals Vince Contarino, guitar Tzan Niko, Bass Warwick Cheatle and drums Bradley Polain), delivering a mind blowing explosion of hits –

Stairway to Heaven, Kashmir, Immigrant Song, Black Dog, Whole Lotta Love, Celebration Day, Rock and Roll, The Rain Song, Tangerine, Dazed and Confused and more.

Hammer of the Gods is seriously hard and sensual rock played to authentic, thumping scores by a 40 piece ensemble as vocally aggressive as it is orchestrally magnificent.

Don’t miss your Led Zeppelin experience with the Zep Boys, accompanied by a 35-piece orchestra at Crown Theatre Perth on Saturday 20 May.

Tickets are on sale from 9am on Thursday 17 November through Ticketmaster on 136 100 and www.ticketmaster.com.au.



Song Lounge November 21st

Song Lounge November 21st 

Natalie Carmody
Jake of Spades
Kimberley Heberley






Song Lounge is one of Perth’s favourite singer/songwriter showcases where top local artists perform their originals in a unique and intimate setting. Join us to hear them share the stories behind their songs, songwriting experiences and hilarious tales from their tours – be taken on a journey with Perth’s finest talent.

Natalie Carmody  is a Fremantle based indie/folk/pop/soul ukulele songstress. Although she is still new to song-writing and performing, her song Call Your Spirit Back was shortlisted in the Australian Songwriters Association National Song-writing Contest 2015 (Folk Acoustic category), 7th place in Indie International Song-writing contest (Folk category) 2015/2016 and was shortlisted for Your Music Out Loud in the USA Song competition 2015. She has performed with the beautiful world music vocal ensemble Tendera in the 2016 West End Weekender as a part of the Fremantle Street Arts Festival and has opened for and accompanied various Fremantle musicians. Her song Fallen in (Coolest stream) was signed in 2016 in a non-elusive publishing deal for TV, film and advertising in the US. Natalie is opening for Carus Thompson’s epic Christmas show at Clancy’s Fremantle on December 19th, intends to audition for WAAPA and release a single in 2017. This newcomer to music is one to watch!

Jake of Spades

Jake of Spades is Perth born and raised new school loop artist.He mixes folk with acoustic percussion and beat boxing to put on a live show like no other. Since he learned guitar from a young age, he has taken influences from the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Two Door Cinema Club and City and Colour, shaping a truly unique sound.He refers to himself as ‘A one-man band’ with a twist.

He hopes you enjoy the show as much as he enjoys playing it!!

Kimberley Heberley

Dubbed as “Perth’s Next Pop Princess”, Kimberley has been making a name for herself around Australia with her soulful voice, supporting some of Australia’s biggest pop acts on tour. Her acclaimed versions of “Stay” by Rihanna and “Clarity” by Zedd leave no doubt that this is one talented young singer. Her transition from the breezy suburbs of Perth to Melbourne characterizes this young artists debut who is now stepping up as headliner…

Buy Tickets here

The Ellington Jazz Club, Perth

Monday, November 21st

7:00pm – 10:00pm

Song Lounge October 24th

Song Lounge is one of Perth’s favourite singer/songwriter showcases where top local artists perform their originals in a unique and intimate setting. Join us to hear them share the stories behind their songs, songwriting experiences and hilarious tales from their tours – be taken on a journey with Perth’s finest talent.

Jade Diary
Jodie Boni
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Lize Bartels






Thalia is a self-taught singer/songwriter from Perth’s southern suburbs. Talia started writing music at the age of 13. Her love of music and conveying heartfelt stories of her life journey as well as other people’s journeys has become a solid part of who she is. Now at 17 years old Talia has started looking for opportunities to take her music to the stage. Talia is in the final stages of having 1 of her songs “Bubble” produced and starting to record new demo tracks on her computer. Talia is an enthusiastic artist who is taking every opportunity to grow and develop as a musician. 

Lize Bartels is a 19 year old acoustic-folk singer/songwriter based here in Perth. Lize was born in South Africa, and moved to Australia at the age of seven. She started playing music soon after she arrived – starting off with her mom teaching her the piano at home and learning the violin at school. In 2012 she started teaching herself how to play the guitar, discovering her love for folk music and also finding her passion for singing and songwriting. She is currently studying a Music Artist Diploma at WAAPA, and is influenced by artists such as the likes of Angus and Julia Stone, Matt Corby, Ben Howard, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez and Eva Cassidy. Lize also hopes to release an EP of her original songs this summer.

Jade Diary is the Chinese middle name of Singaporean-born singer-songwriter, dreamer and storyteller, Jade Diary, aka Cheryl Lim, who has lived most of her life on the shores of Perth, Western Australia. ‘Honest’ is a word that can be used to describe her music, just as one fan once told her, “I love how you bleed all over the stage”. Each song confidently balances acoustic, synth, dream electro-pop elements and “wraps around your eardrums and tugs until it has engulfed your whole body”, aptly said by reviewer, Renee Jones of The Music. If Stevie Nicks and Ellie Goulding were the eldest and the youngest sisters, she would be the middle child, a voice that is unique. Her debut album, ‘Mermaid’, is haunting and atmospheric, taking the listener on an emotional journey; and explores the theme of coming to terms with the difference between fantasy and reality. Themusic.com.au wrote, “Like the swift, yet graceful movement of a mermaid, this album flows flawlessly through a saturated music scene, leaving you in bewilderment of what you have just experienced.” Recently she released a new single, entitled ‘Jordan’, and the best is yet to come.

Jodie Boni is a lively, vivacious performer, hailing from the deep South West. Miss Boni traverses country, blues, roots and folk, with strong husky vocals and a beautiful accompanying acoustic guitar. This girl tells a story, not only with her simple songwriting style, but her ability to relate to the audience and foster a friendship right there on stage. She will give you a chuckle, as she sings the naughty thoughts you are just not meant to talk about.

When: Monday October 24th

Time: 7 – 10pm

Where: The Ellington Jazz Club, Perth

Tickets: bit.ly/SlOctwbit.ly/SlOctw

Song Lounge September 19th

Song Lounge is one of Perth’s favourite singer/songwriter showcases where top local artists perform their originals in a unique and intimate setting. Join us to hear them share the stories behind their songs, songwriting experiences and hilarious tales from their tours – be taken on a journey with Perth’s finest talent.

Monday September 19th (7 – 10pm)

Ellington Jazz Club, Perth

Buy Tickets here: bit.ly/SLSep16bit.ly/SLSep16



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Lydia Schubert was born in Perth during the eighties or nineties; depending on what mood she’s in and credits her musical prowess with a desire to tell stories. She is a mythologist and puts herself in the first person of the song.“But that doesn’t always mean the songs are about me”She emerged from the dusty plains of Australia’s West, playing intimate venues in Fremantle and the surrounding locality to small and attentive audiences, where she cut her teeth as a contemporary poet/singer. She has developed an acute understanding of the ‘song’ form and its potential to articulate that which is buried deep in the soul, hidden beneath the small talk of the world.She was signed up to The A&R department in 2014 and made her debut in early 2015 with the single Jesse, a ballad about the gunslinger Jesse James, which earned radio play across the country.She followed up with This Golden Hour, a song inspired by a dream and using the namesake of one of her favourite writers, Tennessee Williams.Lydia speaks of This Golden Hour being a “magic hour”.  “The nighttime is an inspiring time” she says and this song feels like an adventure in a dream. . It is written from a young woman’s point of view but positions the narrative voice as a listener, so that we are hearing what it is like to be spoken to, held and swept away.Since it’s release This Golden Hour has been played all over the world including The U.S, Australia and Europe.Lydia released her debut EP in March which is available to order through her Facebook page.

Max Revolver is  a new project from local Perth artist David Paddon. After more than 10 years fronting local rock act ‘Tourist’, Paddon picked up the acoustic guitar and started demoing news songs in his garage under the moniker “Max Revolver”. After debuting new the new material at Song Lounge in 2015, Max is back with some new tricks and new songs.

Max Revolver uses live loops to manipulate the acoustic guitar in wild ways – combining organic rhythms, beatboxing and dynamic vocals to deliver heartfelt songs with tinges of folk, soul and r’n’b.  


Matt Cal Trio The musical beast that is Matt Cal, along with his harmonica wielding counterpart Chris Parkinson, has been making waves over the last 12 months with slots alongside some of Perth’s best known acoustic artists such as Ruby Boots, Rick Steele and Simone & Girlfunkle et al.

Playing over 200 shows this last year including fabulous shows in Melbourne’s Drunken Poet, Blues at Bridgetown and

RTRFM’s Fremantle Winter Music Festival, the boys are keeping busy laying tracks for a new release in early 2017.

This September’s Songlounge at the Ellington Jazz Club promises to be electric….Don’t miss out.


Shameem Born in Australia to a Chinese-Malaysian
father and an Iranian mother, this bubbly
vocalist and songwriter enchants her
audiences with her heartfelt, personal
stories, socially conscious messages and
spiritual influences in her songs. The diversity of her heritage has not only contributed to Shameem’s exotic looks but has influenced her distinctive eclectic approach to music. Her unique fusion of 90s R&B grooves with the melodic sensibility of 70s soul and a subtle twist of jazz has seen her frequently compared to such artists as Alicia Keys, Sade and Michael Jackson. 2015 was a busy year for Shameem, who in the span of ten months released her sophomore album The Second City, undertook two national Australian tours, performed in Toronto at Canadian Music Week, and sold out her performance at the Perth International Jazz Festival, among other things. The Second City includes the singles “Beautiful Soul”, which was awarded 4th place in the Australian Songwriting Contest, and “Under One Sun”, written in collaboration with Grammy-winning producer James Bryan (Nelly Furtado, Olly Murs, James Morrison) and nominated in the international Independent Music Awards. A self-managed, independent artist, Shameem keeps a busy performance schedule, having supported major international artists such as Michael Bolton, George Benson, Belinda Carlisle and Ronan Keating, and undertaken tours in both her native Australia and in the USA and Canada. Tracks from both Shameem’s debut and sophomore albums have proven popular with community radio stations around Australia as well as USA college radio. When Shameem sings she speaks directly to the hearts of her audience; her voice is at once warm, soulful and expressive, and none can walk away without a tune replaying in their head. Shameem is passionate about uplifting and inspiring people to work for the betterment of the world through her music.


Song Lounge August 22nd


Sydnee Carter
Sydnee Carter
Nat Pearson
Nat Pearson
Helen Shanahan






TASHI  As quoted by The Music, TASHI “might be something of a phenom.” Her music is the type that makes you want to get up and clean the house, with its notoriously addictive hooks and original style of alt-pop/rock/reggae. Named “crowd favourite” at Hidden Treasures Festival 2013, and a highlight at Nannup 2015, Tashi has also been described as a young performer with the world at her feet, and with a stage presence and musicianship far beyond her years, she is one not to be missed.

Sydnee Carter It’s a rare find when someone turns up that’s so different that you can’t liken them to anyone else already out there. Such a find is 18 year old Sydnee Carter from Perth Western Australia.As a singer/songwriter, her lyrics display a depth of emotion and worldliness beyond her years, the tone of her voice so unique it can’t be likened to anyone else and her style, so ‘ true only to herself ‘ that you can’t help but love what Sydnee Carter has to offer.Sydnee released her debut EP in February 2015, since then her fan base has increased dramatically on all her social media platforms (48K), sales internationally including UK, Europe, Norway, Sweden, USA and Canada and over 2.5 million streams to date on Spotify. In 2015 Sydnee’s song writing ability was recognised when she competed and made the grand final of the Telstra “road to discovery” a national competition for up and coming song writers. Sydnee is currently studying at WAAPA and performing on a weekly basis, the last six months have seen her working on her new EP with Julian Sudek from Sydney, the EP is due out shortly.

Nat Pearson is an upcoming Australian pop-country artist, gaining attention for her emotive dynamic vocals, and girl-next-door charisma.Fun, easy-going and ambitious, Natalie’s warm personality will make you feel like you’ve known her forever.Her debut pop/country track ‘Senseless’, carried her straight to the Top 10 Pop Artists in the Australian Independent Music Awards (MusicOz) in 2013. She was voted WA’s RAW: Musician of the year in 2015, and recently opened for Jessica Mauboy and Nathaniel at their Perth show, and performed alongside Jason Ayres to support Tex Perkins and Mental as Anything on their WA tours. Nat Pearson has recently released her brand new pop-country track – “Chance at Love”, available now on iTunes, with a video out for release soon.

Helen Shanahan is a 27-year-old singer/songwriter from Perth, Western Australia.Helen’s songs ride the joys and sorrows of love and life and draw the listener into an articulate and heartfelt world of story, melody and guitar, through her eyes. Helen’s thoughtful observations and introverted reflections of everyday situations are beautifully captured in her music, which can best be described as contemporary folk/pop with a strong acoustic feel. She  has won the song writing award in the national competition ‘Telstra Road to Discovery’. This competition has seen Helen play at the Forum Theatre in Melbourne, the Tamworth Country Music Festival, Canadian Music Week, BIGSOUND festival in Brisbane, Queenscliff music festival, iconic New York bar ‘The Bitter End’, and the Americana festival in Nashville. Helen has just been signed to Mushroom Music Publishing, on the back of releasing her new EP ‘Finding Gold’ produced by Melbourne based Pip Norman aka ‘Countbounce’.

Venue: The Ellington Jazz Club

Time: 7- 10pm

Tickets: $15 – $20

Tickets HERE

Music and Light – Brookfield Winter Lights Festival 2016

North Street Music is delighted to present a series of performances that will combine beautiful music from local artists with remarkable lights as part of the Brookfield Winter Lights Festival between the 7th July and 4th August 2016.

Three artists from different genres will perform under the stars in Brookfield Place. Wearing stunning white dresses designed by acclaimed Western Australian designer Jonté, the female musicians will have visuals projected onto their dresses by the incredible projection artists VJ Zoo to reflect the music they perform, creating a remarkable visual and aural entertainment experience.


DivaLicious | Operatic, July 7th & 28th | 6pm

Coloratura sopranos Fiona Cooper Smyth & Penny Shaw met as members of West Australian Opera and formed the operatic duo DivaLicious, stepping into the spotlight and moving centre stage. Combining opera with musical theatre and popular cross-over songs and teamed with a wicked sense of humour DivaLicious have developed a huge repertoire and created several fully staged theatrical shows.

“DivaLicious – Opera Rocks” has toured throughout WA, was nominated for Best Cabaret 2013 and 2015 and had a highly acclaimed and sold out season at Sydney Opera House.

DivaLicious have launched their own CD, DivaLicious – One Voice; reached the finals of Australia’s Got Talent, made appearances on The Voice and Channel 7’s “The Morning Show”; performed at The Ashes 2014, The Hopman Cup 2013, and many other prestigious corporate events and gala dinners.

“Vocalists Fiona Cooper Smyth and Penny Shaw continue their efficacious musical mix witnessed on TV’s Australia’s Got Talent, presenting their art form and trained voices in an entertaining and easily accessed format.” – Sydney Arts Guide review of DivaLicious- Opera Rocks at The Sydney Opera House.

Sophie Foster | Contemporary | July 14th & August 4th | 6pm

Sophie Foster is an emerging contemporary vocalist quickly establishing a name for herself in the Perth music scene. With an array of influences spanning across 50 decades, Aretha Franklin, Beyoncé and Chaka Khan have shaped the singer Sophie is today.

After commencing her studies at WAAPA in 2012, Sophie immersed herself in the
live music scene, playing with some of the most acclaimed musicians in town.

Presenting a selection of songs from well known contemporary artists, Sophie’s soulful voice and powerhouse performance will not disappoint.

Cathrine Summers – Jazz | July 21st | 6pm

Winning audiences with her undeniable on-stage charisma, sultry voice and playful banter, Cathrine Summers’ reputation as a jazz, soul, contemporary performer of choice for weddings and events in Perth continues to grow.

UK-born vocalist with sell-out Fringe World Festival shows, sold out Ellington Jazz Club shows, headline acts at Kings Park Festival and Perth City New Years Eve plus many other gigs, festivals and functions across WA dishes up a kind of female Michael Bublé meets Adele style of performance.

Cathrine Summers fostered her love of performing right here in Perth, making a name for herself at iconic venues and festivals including Perth International Jazz Festival, Kings Park Festival, Jazz By The Bay, many performances at The Ellington Jazz Club, Crown Casino High Roller functions as well as launch nights, balls and successful residencies at live music hotspots Malt Supper Club, Jazz at the prestigious UWA Club, The Laneway Lounge and many more…

Summers is acclaimed for her live performances with her husky, smooth, yet powerful voice.

“The quality that sets her apart from other singers is that people of all ages feel ‘instantly familiar’ with her and soak up her banter and on-stage charisma.” – The Music Review, Perth.

It’s hard not to compare Summers’ to vocalists Diana Krall or Carmen McRae with a touch of the powerful vocals of Amy Winehouse and Adele. Her soulfulness allows her to effortlessly deliver well-known classics from the 30s and 40s that transcends audiences to a different era.

“Cathrine Summers is all about creating ‘mood’ and brings theatres to life” – The Sydney Standard.

Ground level in front of the Tower 1 foyer, Brookfield Place
Every Thursday – 7, 14, 21, 28 July and 4 August | 6pm

Song Lounge July

Song Lounge is one of Perth’s favourite singer/songwriter showcases where top local artists perform their originals in a unique and intimate setting. Join us to hear them share the stories behind their songs, song writing experiences and hilarious tales from their tours – be taken on a journey with Perth’s finest talent.

Monday July 18th (7 – 10pm) The Ellington Jazz Club, Perth

Tickets available HERE
$15 Standing/ $20 Seated

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Robert Hinton The Music of Robert Hinton is a sublime experience in itself–a refreshing and unbiased mix of jaunty acoustic pop, rock and folk, rolled together by acoustic guitar tones and gripping vocal melodies. Delivering passionate performances at every show, Hinton brings a full and warm sound while keeping the mood upbeat with the driving of a stompbox. Robert draws his biggest influence from Iron and Wine, City and Colour, Josh Pyke, Paul Dempsey, Justin Vernon,
Maynard James Keenan and Porcupine Tree. In October 2013 Hinton released his debut album ‘Winter Sun’, and a second release titled ‘Explaining Colour’ in June 2015.

Segers is the moniker of musician, Stacey-Ann Pietersen. After years playing in Sydney bands, Pietersen crossed the country to spend some time at home. Pietersen has since been writing songs, studying and singing; happily, secluded in the Perth hills. 2014 saw the successful independent release of her debut EP ‘Little Lines’. To growing audiences, Segers has been playing shows around Perth, including State of The Art Festival and The Ellington Jazz Club. Her sound has been compared to artists such as Regina Spektor, Norah Jones and Feist, quirky and yearning, yet gentle and hypnotic, a sound that is hard to label. To spend an evening with Segers is to spend a night with a best friend you didn’t know you had, but instantly feel you’ve known for eternity. She has a way of making you feel like she is confiding in you, sharing her dreams and fears, reflecting on the past, and dreaming of the future.

Ben Cately With his unique acoustic blues and roots sound, Ben Catley has honed his energetic stage presence by relentlessly performing around Perth and WA while supporting artists such as Kallidad, Fingers Mitchell Cullen, Jay Hoad, Nick Saxon and Andrew Winton. With an exciting, upbeat live show, expect grooving foot stomps, guitar wizardry, big gritty vocals and an abundance of passion from the English-born Scarborough local.

His new single, What’s Riding, is an undeniable foot-stomper that is as melodic and grooving as it is simplistic. The track is a modern and edgy take on the delta blues that Ben has soaked up and channels effortlessly while maintaining his own unique style.

Bernardine is a classically trained multi-instrumentalist from Perth, Western Australia. She made her music industry debut in 2014 as a soloist and has since developed a full band show and released an LP. Her debut album released May 2015 has been toured in the UK and in metro and regional Western Australia. Bernardine is an advocate for raising mental health awareness and her song ‘Daylight Saving’ featured on the Music Feedback Vol. 7 compilation which shared the message ‘Music talks about mental health, so can you’. In 2016 Bernardine has been performing locally and nationally, July Song Lounge will see Bernardine perform brand new unreleased material.


A Moment in Time at Western Australian Museum

To celebrate the Western Australian Museum – Perth and honour its place at the heart of our community ahead of its four-year closure for major redevelopment, Western Australian Museum, RTRFM and the Perth Symphony Orchestra teamed up for a once-in-a-lifetime performance of some of our State’s most iconic songs.

A Moment in Time featured some of WA’s best music being played throughout the Museum.

In the historic Hackett Hall Gallery, five West Australian singers – David Craft, Rachael Dease, Odette Mercy, Timothy Nelson and Mei Saraswati – along with our 20-piece orchestra and an all-star band including Malcolm Clark (Sleepy Jackson, Weapon is Sound) and Jozef Grech (Project Mayhem, Flooded Palace) paid tribute to a hand-picked selection of classic West Australian songs from the likes of Abbe May, The Drones, Felicity Groom, The Stems, Tame Impala and more.

It was an incredible night and Perth Symphony were so delighted to be a part of it.

Photo by Rachael Barrett www.facebook.com/rachaelbarrettphotography

Please check out this amazing review in The West Australian Paper: https://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/entertainment/a/31774885/museum-musos-capture-the-moment/