Join us for an exquisite evening of live music at WA Museum Boola Bardip, a place to share Western Australia’s many stories.
Wander the halls of the museum before taking in an impressive line-up of live music in Hackett Hall.
Enchanting us for the evening will be the musical talents of:
David Lazarus With his heart-warming vocals, South African born/Australian grown singer-songwriter David Lazarus is one of Perth’s most exciting acoustic artists. David has toured all over the world, taking thousands of people on a moving journey through folk-pop tunes inspired by his family, relationships and life on the road.
Chelsea Elder Hailing from Melbourne, the 20-year-old singer/songwriter has been working hard with her band to bring her original music to life – with the talented Ethan French on keys/vocals and Alanah Linn on bass/vocals. Her unforgettable melodies, witty lyricism and jazz pop influences define her unique style.
Freehand is an energetic and uplifting 2-piece soul outfit based in Perth, Western Australia. Inspired by folk music and local regional festivals, the duo formed in 2019 and continues to bring audiences to their feet through their distinctive blend of pop and neo-soul, colourful harmonies and warm stage presence.
Sit back with friends and enjoy canapés and drinks in this historically significant venue.
This event is being delivered in partnership with the WA Government, StudyPerth and the broader international education sector, and is supported by Lotterywest.
Date: Thursday 24 June 2021
Venue: WA Museum Boola Bardip, Perth Cultural Centre, Perth WA 6000
Time: 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Cost: $5.00 pp (incl fees)
Registrations for this event close on Monday 21 June 2021, 5pm.
Should this event be unable to proceed due to COVID-19, attendees will receive a full refund.