The next classical concert by MetSO

Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, also known as MetSO, is Perth’s leading community orchestra.

Established in 1977, the orchestra has performed regularly ever since, providing a musical home for keen amateur musicians covering an age range from seventeen to over seventy.

The next concert will be held on Sunday 18 November at the Newman College Auditorium.

At this concert, cellist Max Wung (age 13) will join the orchestra to perform Tchaikovsky’s Variations on a Rococo Theme. This will be the third time Max has performed with MetSO.

Max has studied the cello with Rod McGrath and Xiaole Wu since 2010 and recently attained his Associate in Music Diploma with distinction.

Max has also studied the piano with Jana Kovar from the age of six.

Burhan Güner will conduct the concert. He is a conductor, musicologist, writer, and presenter with experience in opera houses in Australia and Europe, including West Australian Opera, Opera Holland Park (UK), and Komische Oper Berlin (Germany).

He is currently working with the opera department at the West Australian Academy of Performing Arts. Burhan enjoys giving talks and developing and presenting shows about music.

The orchestra will also perform Beethoven’s Symphony No.1 and Delibes’ Le Roi S’Amuse.

Bookings are available by phone (call Andrea on 0435 174 550). Tickets can also be purchased online at

A limited number of tickets will be available at the door at the Newman College Auditorium, 216 Empire Avenue, Churchlands.

More information about the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra is available at

Win Win Win

The Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra is giving away five free double passes for its next concert, to be held at 3pm on Sunday 18 November at the Newman College Auditorium, 216 Empire Avenue, Churchlands.

The orchestra is offering these five free double passes.

To be in the draw simply fill in the form below or phone the office during business hours on 9227 8283.

Competition closes 14/11/18.

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