See & Do

Blackwood Valley Arts Alliance - Hills Symphony Orchestra

Tickets Bridgetown

The HSO is performing at the Bridgetown Town Hall on Saturday 23rd June at 7pm. Please note no door sales and tickets can only be purchased at the Bridgetown-Greenbushes Visitor Centre.

The Hills Symphony Orchestra performs around six concerts each year and presents a wide variety of music, ranging from well known movie themes and musicals to more classical pieces, so that there is something for everyone to enjoy. Whether you want entertainment or inspiration, laughter or music to touch your soul, you’re sure to enjoy our concerts. Our main mission within the community is to bring orchestral music to a wider audience. This means making classical music fun, affordable, and easy to get involved in.

The HSO draws players of all ages and from all walks of life – scout leaders, business managers, engineers, lab technicians, computer consultants, ceramic designers, hairdressers, environmental officers, librarians, doctors, teachers, school and university students and retirees! We have ex WASO players and music teachers but the orchestra is mostly made up of dedicated amateurs with a passion for music.

Concert, supper, tea & coffee for $49.95 Wine is available to purchase. BVAA members cost is $45 - please select Concession price to receive the members' discount.

The Hills Symphony Orchestra will also be performing a children's concert at a BYO family picnic at Dalmore Farm on Sunday 24 June at 11am. Family tickets (2A+2C) are $20, and Adult tickets are $10, children free. There will be an introduction to orchestra instruments for children and tickets are available from the Visitor Centre.

Map & Directions

Location

Bridgetown, WA, 6255, Australia

Cancellation Policy

Should you wish to cancel your booking 48 hours notice is required in order for a refund to be applicable and the refund will come directly from the Blackwood Valley Arts Alliance.

Where courses are cancelled by the organisers (BVAA) customers will be refunded by the Blackwood Valley Arts Alliance.