Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, West Australian Opera cancelled the following events and performances:
- Star Navigator, 28 March, Perth Concert Hall
- Opera in the Pinnacles, 4 April, Nambung National Park
- Opera in Geraldton, 5 April, Queens Park Theatre
- All school workshops
- Community workshops
- Wesfarmers Arts Singing Classes
- Elijah, 8 – 10 May, Winthrop Hall
- Cavalleria rusticana and Pagliacci, 18 – 25 July, His Majesty’s Theatre
All ticket holders, will be contacted by West Australian Opera or the venue Box Office teams.
The health, safety and wellbeing of our patrons and employees is always our priority.
Carolyn Chard AM, Executive Director, West Australian Opera said “These are extremely difficult times as we cancel performances but we urgently need to do what we can to flatten the curve. The health, safety and wellbeing of our patrons and employees is our priority.
The arts need you … and you need the arts. People in the arts are driven by creativity. It’s our passion and our purpose. What we do matters because the arts matter and when we can’t do our job it hurts financially, artistically, emotionally.
I’m reminded of Verdi’s quote “I adore art… when I am alone with my notes, my heart pounds and the tears stream from my eyes, and my emotion and my joys are too much to bear.”
We will return to the stage with Cosi fan tutte (24, 27, 29, 31 October), Opera in Mandurah (23 November), Opera in Albany (27 November) & Opera in the Valley of the Giants (28 November) however these performances will take place with reduced Phase 4 capacities.
In accordance with the LPA Ticketing Code of Practice, we will be providing patrons to cancelled performances with refunds. You will be contacted by the Box Office to arrange a refund.
Please do not attend a live performance, workshop or schools event if you are unwell. As an interim COVID-19 measure if you are unwell, please contact [email protected] prior to the performance to discuss your options with us. Your options include ticket exchanges or a refund.