West Australian Opera is proud to be your state Opera company, resident at our home of His Majesty's Theatre Perth. Experience the passion, power and artistry of Opera your way and join us for a West Australian Opera performance or event.
A gripping telling of Shakespeare’s classic boasts one of Verdi’s most renowned scores. Experience Macbeth as you’ve never seen it before. Lord Macbeth was a loyal General who had sworn allegiance to the King of Scotland but when a group of witches reveal a prophecy that he will one day be King, he and Lady Macbeth become consumed by greed and their callous actions lead to a never-ending circle of lies.
19 Oct, 2019 - 26 Oct, 2019
West Australian Opera presents
By Jimmy Chi & Kuckles
an Opera Conference production
in association with Perth Festival
Set out on the road trip of a lifetime with a spunky teenager running away from school, two hippies, a wily Uncle and a German priest. By the time you shake the red dust from your feet, you’ll know what it means to come home.
6 Feb, 2020 - 15 Feb, 2020
Cavalleria rusticana (Mascagni) / Pagliacci (Leoncavallo)
The classic pairing of these one-act operas, often known as ‘Cav & Pag’, are celebrated as the birth of verismo, a style of music drama, depicting the crude passions of everyday people rather than the exploits of kings, queens and gods. Emotions run high in these two tales that will resonate with you for their powerful raw depictions of everyday life, in all its heartbreaking and beautiful complexities.
18 Jul, 2020 - 25 Jul, 2020
An exciting and unique collaboration between six companies, The Nightingale is an opera for young people, performed by young people, for all to enjoy. Based on the story by Hans Christian Andersen the opera tells of an Emperor of China who is enchanted by the singing of a nightingale in his garden.
3 Oct, 2020 - 4 Oct, 2020
A cast that perfectly combines youthful vigour, superb acting and stylish singing this season promises to showcase a world class production and extraordinary performances married on the beautiful stage of His Majesty’s Theatre.
24 Oct, 2020 - 31 Oct, 2020