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Tue 10 Dec 2013, 6:30pm–8:30pm

Where: The B Shed, Peter Hughes Dr, Fremantle, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $75.00 ea
  • Youth 15 years - 21 years: $37.50 ea
  • Child under 15 years: $22.50 ea
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: Hollyodonoghoe

If you like your Beethoven full of bravado and brilliance, then this next offering from the remarkable new Perth Chamber Orchestra will surpass all your expectations. Join this new, exciting and dynamic orchestra playing Beethoven’s memorable 7th Symphony the way it should be played in a format as powerful and robust as the music. It promises to be amazing, so book now!
Beethoven, Beer and Bratwurst brings alive this famous composer’s 7th Symphony almost exactly 200 years to the day from when it was first performed in an historic setting, the B-Shed in Fremantle Port on the edge of the harbour.

Under the Director of Conductor Jessica Gethin and led by PCO’s esteemed Concertmaster, Paul Wright, the orchestra will perform the complete 7th Symphony along with other exciting works from the Chamber Orchestra repertoire accompanied by Beers and Bratwurst giving audience members a truly authentic Germanic experience that brings Beethoven to life.

As with all Perth Chamber Orchestra concerts, the music is just the beginning so expect some wonderful surprises and a unique concert experience like no other.

Catch the train and enjoy some remarkable music to transport you away from the pre-Christmas mayhem with one of the world’s most loved symphonies played by one of Australia’s most exciting orchestras.

The concert is again supported by event partner St. George Bank, food design by Comestibles and with wine for those who prefer wine to beer from Barton Jones.