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Symphony of Hope
15 June 2019

Symphony of Hope

In celebration of Matilda's 2nd birthday, the South Side Symphony Orchestra (SSSO) is hosting Symphony of Hope. This matinee concert is to raise vital medical research funds in the fight against Sanfilippo Syndrome
   
Type
Price
Notes
Child (6-15)
$5.00
Child (Under 6)
$0.00
Concession
$20.00
Family
$55.00
Single ticket
$25.00
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Please join the Page and Bowman families at St George's Cathedral for this celebration of Hope, a matinee concert in Perth in honour of Matilda Page! You will also be helping to celebrate the much-loved Matilda's 2nd birthday. 

 

Matilda Page has Sanfilippo Syndrome, a rare genetic condition that causes fatal brain damage and for which there is currently no approved treatment or cure.  

 

Perth's yougest community orchestra, the South Side Symphony Orchestra's performance will help raise funds for medical research to help children just like Matilda. Their musical repertoire includes orchestral standards, opera, movie soundtracks and contemporay music. 

 

You will experience uplifting music in a beautiful Anglican cathedral, enjoy afternoon tea, and can buy raffle tickets and make heartfelt donations to show your support to the courageous Page family. By attending the Symphony of Hope you will be helping to bring Hope to Matilda and a generation of children just like her. 

 

 Parking

 
There are no parking facilities at the Cathedral.


The Perth City Council underground car park behind Council House is often available, however, please be aware of closing times. Plenty of parking is usually available in the Wilson car park on the corner of Hay and Pier Street or in the two multi-storey car parks in Pier Street between Murray and Wellington Streets (about 5 minutes’ walk from the Cathedral).  The nearest disabled parking is a 30-minute bay on Hay Street in front of the City of Perth Library.


Wheelchair Access
Access to the Cathedral for those in wheelchairs or who are mobility impaired is via Cathedral Avenue at the west end of the Cathedral. There are numerous access points to the Burt Memorial Hall with a lift to all three levels.


Visually Impaired
Detectable warning devises have been fitted to the Cathedral Forecourt staircases and interior staircase of the Burt Memorial Hall. Stair nosing has been fitted to the stairs in Burt Memorial Hall, the Cathedral exterior steps and the Cathedral Forecourt.


Hearing Impaired
The Cathedral has been fitting with an audio loop for those with hearing aids. Please note that due to access issues, the loop only covers the south side of the Cathedral.


 

 

 

 

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Name: Jill Bowman
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Phone: 0400513943
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