What in your mind distinguishes Music on the Terrace from other concert series? 

Music on the Terrace sits like a jewel in the heart of Perth. The Ballroom at Government House is an exquisite venue and there is something special about coming into the city on a Sunday afternoon, to enjoy quality music in this intimate and glamorous setting. It’s a very social affair, with interval drinks and grazing platters included with your ticket. So for all these reasons, it’s a particularly delightful way to spend a Sunday afternoon with friends and it fits snugly into the tapestry of the Perth arts calendar.

Fiona Campbell. Photo © Steven Godbee Publicity

What considerations did you bear in mind when putting together your first program for Music on the Terrace? 

I wanted to broaden the offering, musically and theatrically. Quality and variety is important to me, which is why I have an exceptional line-up of musicians who will be performing in the series for the first time in 2020. I also love having fun, so you’ll find a whole array of events that will invite children back into the house, offer picnic hampers on the lawn and dancing in the ballroom… watch this space!

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