Katie Noonan

with Strings

Katie Noonan Thu 17 Feb Albany Entertainment Centre Sun 20 Feb 4pm Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre 17 - 20 Feb Multiple Venues
17 - 20 Feb at Multiple Venues

The contemporary and the classical come together for an evening of song with five-time ARIA Award-winning artist Katie Noonan. Throughout her eclectic career Katie has produced 21 studio albums and engaged in cross-genre collaborations with Richard Tognetti and the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Sydney Dance Company, Queensland Ballet, guitarist Karin Schaupp, The Brodsky Quartet, Gurrumul, Flight Facilities, Michael Leunig and many more.

For this intimate Festival chamber music event, Katie is joined by a WA string quartet to serenade us with a beautiful selection of contemporary songs from her albums with george and Elixir, along with favourites from her solo albums and some recently commissioned Australian classical works.

Katie Noonan

Over the past 20 years, five-time ARIA award-winning artist Katie Noonan has proven herself one of Australia’s most hardworking, versatile and prolific artists. Named one of the greatest Australian singers of all time by the Herald Sun, Katie has produced 21 studio albums over her career with seven x platinum record sales under her belt and 27 ARIA award nominations that span diverse genres. Katie has performed for royalty, national and international leaders, and blazed a trail for young women artists. Music, for Katie, is a lifelong lesson, a generous act of giving, and a means to change the world.

The Sartory String Quartet

Paul Wright, Violin
Pascale Whiting, Violin
Katherine Potter, Viola
Sophie Curtis, Cello

The Sartory String Quartet formed in Perth in 2003, and since that time has achieved much recognition in Australia and overseas. Each of the individual members are well respected musicians with a wealth of experience and accolades to their name. Initially forming while students at the University of Western Australia (with first violinist Emily Thompson), the quartet was chosen to represent Western Australia at the 2005 World Expo in Aichi, Japan and in 2007 they toured New South Wales and Victoria as the Australian Youth Orchestra’s Young Australian Concert Artists Regional Resident String Quartet. In 2009/10 they were joined by Daniel Kossov (previously concertmaster of the West Australian Symphony Orchestra) and in 2011 by Paul Wright. The quartet has been guest artists at the annual Blackwood River Chamber Music Festival, in concert series at the University of Western Australia, WA Academy of Performing Arts, Perth Symphony Orchestra and in their own self-promoted series. In 2018 they were the recipients of funding to tour regional Western Australia and provide education through residency with the WA Young Artists Chamber Music Program.

Quiet Day
Katie Noonan
Katie Noonan
I Found You
Katie Noonan
Peace is My Drug
Katie Noonan/Michael Leunig
Emperor’s Box
Katie Noonan
Love’s My Song for You
Katie Noonan
Katie Noonan
Late Spring
Elena Kats-Chernin/Judith Wright
The Curlew Cried
Thomas Green/Oodgeroo Noonuccal
Robert Davidson/Oodgeroo Noonuccal
A Song of Hope
Katie Noonan/Oodgeroo Noonuccal
Breathe in Now
Katie Noonan
Time & Location

17 - 20 Feb

Thu 17 Feb Albany Entertainment Centre, 2 Toll Place, Albany WA 6330

Sun 20 Feb 4pm Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre, 2 Blair Street, Bunbury WA 6230



Touring WA

Kate Noonan is heading to Albany & Bunbury!

Albany Entertainment Centre
2 Toll Place, Albany WA 6330
Thu 17 Feb
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Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre
2 Blair Street, Bunbury WA 6230
Sun 20 Feb 4pm
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Thank You

Image Credit

  • Cybele Malinowski


  • Perth Festival’s Touring WA program is made possible through the support of Minderoo Foundation

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