WAAPA LIVE! at Brookfield Place
Set the date! WAAPA students are popping up at Brookfield Place this Spring to bring you a series of musical performances across Contemporary, Classical and Jazz.
Friday 3 November | Contemporary
Jasper Lambert is a versatile and proficient pianist, whose work traverses the regions of contemporary genres and jazz. Jasper’s compelling and energetic performances range from solo piano to his own band (Soup), and even performing among some of the world’s greatest acts including Tania Doko (Bachelor Girl), Gary Pinto and Fatai. Jasper has an intricate fascination with composition bringing together the unique stylistic components of jazz fusion, rock and soul/rnb into his own work and playing, inspired by artists such as Frank Zappa, Supertramp and Robert Glasper.
Jasper’s versatility as a musician and experience coming from playing in rock bands, big bands, trios and orchestras, has landed him roles performing alongside some of Perth’s biggest jazz names such as Simon Styles in the Simmering Big Band, as well as regularly being approached by the Midland Symphony Orchestra.
Rosie is a talented vocalist and pianist who has had a love of music for as long as she can remember. Playing violin since she was 8, she taught herself piano to better accompany herself as her love of singing grew. With a passion for singing, dancing and acting, she honed her stage skills in countless musical theatre productions from the age of five, including being cast in productions of We Will Rock You and Jesus Christ Superstar.
After completing ATAR Music (Jazz) and Cert III Music, Rosie is now in her second year of Bachelor of Music at WAAPA, studying contemporary music (vocals).
Rosie has worked as a solo performer both independently and as a support act for larger concerts. On keys and vocals, she has enjoyed being a member of different indie-pop bands in Perth and is currently part of Mia June and Island of Eyes, supporting Australian and international bands.
Singer/songwriter born and raised in Fremantle WA, Maya Surjan is a talented and aspiring musician/instrumentalist. She lives for the stage, performing and playing keys live at local venues, private gatherings and one day dreams of performing to a stadium of people. At just 19 years of age, she has put on her own shows at venues such as the Ellington Jazz Club and the Quarry Amphitheatre, performing covers from her favourite artists as well as original music. Maya is also proud to be a student of WAAPA’s bachelor of contemporary music course, currently completing her second year there. Taking inspiration from musicians such as Mariah Carey, Ariana Grande, Yebba and Madison Beer, Maya’s virtuosity and authenticity can be heard within anything she sings.
Zane Andrews is a talented and driven musician looking to spark change and thought within society through his music and lyrics. The young singer-songwriter talks about a wide variety of topics from unfair workplaces to disabled rights and does so across a plethora of genres including punk, alternative rock, folk, new wave and jazz/ contemporary fusion. He has played all around Western Australia at venues such as The Crown Theatre, Curtin Theatre and Mojo’s Bar just to name a few. Zane is also studying at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) where he is halfway through his second year of the Contemporary Music bachelor course. Zane’s music is heavily influenced by bands such as The Smiths, The Cure, Gang of Youths, The Strokes and Joy Division. When he isn’t out playing music, he’s usually watching local gigs, moulding clay or writing anything he thinks of in his lyric journal.
Geordie singer-songwriter, Katie Dobson pays homage to her love for folk
music and literature, writing music that offers the warm familiarity of home. She
finds inspiration in the intricate details of life and uses her music to shows this.
In her second year studying the Bachelor of Contemporary Performance at the
Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), she is currently
developing her artistry and beginning the journey that will set her up for an
aspirational career. She has performed at a variety of venues, ranging from
stripped back gigs at Mayland’s Golf Course, to bigger gigs at The Crown and
The Elford. She is currently in the process of creating her debut album ‘The
Words Within the Pages’ and continues to strive to be the artist she’s always
dreamed of being.
Friday 10 November | Various
Euan Hillis is a 20-year-old singer, songwriter, guitarist, and harmonica player. His vocal and songwriting styles are influenced by the likes of Bob Dylan and Lou Reed. Euan’s debut album, recorded at Poons Head Studios, and consisting of all original folk / blues tunes, will be released in late 2023.
True, proud, and loud – Rosalie Chilvers is a 17-year-old, indie-pop princess located in the northern suburbs of WA. Being known for her songs about lost friendships, broken hearts, and real love – Rosalie brings you the truest stories from her life. Her performance truly reminds you of Blondie meets Taylor Swift and her energy is never-ending. Having had the wonderful opportunity to open for Noah Dillon and Siobhan Cotchin, she truly knows this is what she is going to spend the rest of her life doing. Her heart and soul are performing.
18-year-old Holly Martin is an impending alternative artist diverging into the Perth music scene. Holly’s dynamic, raw vocals complimented by her evocative lyrics will flow through you but leave a message behind. Stemming from her inspirations: Stevie Nicks, Maggie Rogers, and Angie McMahon; Holly’s the mix between Taylor Swift and Dave Grohl, providing a fresh sound to the music industry.
Sofia Watt & Ethan Hay
FIA and Ethan are a local Perth duo that have created a set which captures
an audience, along with reminding people of old songs they used to know
and love, as well as incorporating new hits and originals written by the both
They are currently in a band that is on the rise, in Perth WA called ‘Doll Eyes’,
which showcases incredible shows and high energy performances.
FIA and Ethan bring an acoustic feel to their set, but always leaving the
crowd satisfied, and wanting more! They have a connection with each other
that is seen throughout the show and is something quite special to watch.
How to get to Brookfield Place
Visiting Brookfield Place Perth couldn’t be easier, with plenty of options to arrive by public or private transport.
By public transport
Brookfield Place is located near the Elizabeth Quay busport, train station and the jetty. It’s only a short walk to the bus routes along St Georges Terrace and 5 minutes from the underground station.
Taxi and Uber pick-up areas
Access to and from the precinct is made easy with taxi ranks and Uber pick up points nearby on St Georges Terrace and Mounts Bay Road.
There are several car parking options located in the immediate vicinity with the closest being located at:
- PCEC Parking
- Wilson Parking
- Westralia Square Parkin
Dine and drink
Bars / Cafés / Restaurants
Shopping and services
Combining old school Italian authenticity, accessibility, and sophistication, STAMPA! is truly a unique dining experience in the heart of Perth’s CBD.
Open from 12 noon until late – there’s never a bad time to treat yourself or secure a delightful gift.
Located on St Georges Terrace in Royal Insurance building within the heritage precinct.
Sha Patisserie brings you gourmet mousse cakes and desserts all made fresh daily in-house
Serving authentic freshly-made to order authentic Chinese and dumplings located in the café court.
Seasonal meals with ingredients sourced from local suppliers.
Ladle + Press offers honest, healthy, delicious and nutritious options. It’s real, it’s fresh and it’s affordable.
Beautiful fresh flowers, hampers and gifts.
Full-service gym with 24/7 access.
High-quality cleaning, alterations and repairs.
Effective, affordable skin care products.
Early education and care.
A leader in luxury.
Lotto, news, stationery, money transfers
Great service and value for money
Unique Australian menswear.
Zushi Bento delivers an inspired experience of Asian Japanese cuisine.
Home of the watch lover.
W Churchill offers a unique blend of contemporary cuisine and classic elegance, making it the perfect destination for any occasion. Whether you’re looking to enjoy a romantic dinner, celebrate a special occasion, or simply unwind after a long day, W Churchill has something to offer. With a menu that features a wide variety of delicious dishes, expertly crafted cocktails, 10 taps of draught beer and an extensive wine list, this bar and restaurant is sure to satisfy even the most discerning palate. So come and experience the best of Perth’s dining scene at W Churchill Bar and Restaurant.
Luxury women’s clothing.
Fresh Vietnamese Food.
New York-style deli and grill.
Apple Daily is reimagined by the very man who brought it to life, star consulting Chef Sunny. Blurring boundaries and setting hearts racing, Sunny serves up a heady masterclass in fusion eating, taking guests on a journey through Asian, Filipino & Spanish cuisine.
A melting pot of cuisines, a kaleidoscope of colour, and an unabashed celebration of the freshest seafood served from SUBO, our bespoke raw bar.
Beneath the bustling streets of the Perth CBD, a narrative is unfolding. The heroes of this tale? Distinguished vintages, heavenly Charcuterie and rustic artisanal cheese platters aged in European vineyard appeal.
Print Hall’s basement has been reimagined as an intimate haven for lovers of fine wines, hard-to-find cheese varieties and mouth watering charcuterie with the introduction of Small Print Wine Bar.
A flowing beverage list to rival all others. Join us after work to unwind and catch up in the buzz of Print Hall’s ground floor bar. Enjoy a selection of delicious modern Australian dishes at the bar.
Mad Mex is Australia’s leading, fresh and healthy fast, casual Mexican restaurant chain, living by the ethos of inspiring bold, honest, and healthy living through Mexican food with attitude.
Mad Mex believes that you shouldn’t have to sacrifice flavour to eat healthy, using authentic Mexican recipes and locally sourced fresh ingredients.
The Mad Mex menu is fully customisable, allowing customers to tailor their meals to match personal and dietary requirements including vegan, gluten-free, and vegetarian options.
Hi Thai specialises in authentic Thai cuisine.
One of Perth’s most celebrated bars and restaurants set in the almost century old Royal Insurance Building. Think 1920’s brasserie meets contemporary wine bar, the mood set for good times.
A wine list lauded as one of the country’s best. Over fifty wines poured by the glass.
Fresh and tasty burgers.
Deli sandwiches, schnitzels and more.
Golden era cocktails.
Happy Hour – Tuesday to Thursday, 4.00pm – 6.00pm
Walk-ins only. Bookings required for groups 8+.
Bob’s Bar is rooftop oasis pays a lively homage to Australia’s most colourful and longest-serving Prime Minister, Bob Hawke. Located on the rooftop terrace of the Print Hall precinct, this perfect city oasis specialises in craft beers and serves up premium wine, spirits and cocktails, all accompanied by a delicious bar menu.
Bar Lafayette, located in the heritage-listed Old Perth Technical School in Brookfield Place Perth, is an award-winning cocktail bar that offers a unique and sophisticated experience. With its blend of old-world charm and contemporary design, Bar Lafayette is a renowned destination in Perth’s nightlife scene. Along with its expertly crafted cocktails and exceptional service, Bar Lafayette also offers live entertainment every night, adding to the vibrant atmosphere. From classic cocktails to innovative creations, patrons can enjoy a wide range of libations while immersing themselves in the historic ambiance of this iconic venue. A must-visit for those seeking a memorable night out in Perth.
Coffee house and café. Arlo is a meeting place for great coffee, great food, great music and great friends.