Australian Baroque – Fringe World 2021

Australian Baroque Fringe World Festival 2021


Since their formation in 2018, this dynamic ensemble based here in WA have been entertaining us with innovative and historically-informed performances and experiences with their concerts in spaces as diverse as breweries, galleries, Men’s Sheds, Town Halls and schools.

This Fringe they are dishing up three delicious concerts and I’m honestly looking forward to all three. Yes, even the concert that requires me to don my workout gear and potentially give my abs and butt a much needed workout! 



Bach’s Coffee Cantata as you’ve never experienced it before.  With espresso martinis served on arrival and costumes by Elizabeth Gadsby from the Sydney Theatre Company, this colourfully staged show presents Bach’s comic work depicting the rise of the German Coffee House in the 18th century and the addiction which followed. 

I believe the 11am session on Sunday 31 January is served with coffee and cake which makes it family friendly!



Yahava Koffeeworks, 4752 West Swan Rd, West Swan 

29 – 30 January

The Glass Box, 505 Newcastle St West Perth

31 January




Australian Baroque | CAKES AND CORELLI | Fringe World Festival 2021


This new-found genre of gastromusicology explores the connections between taste and sound.  Cakes by Holy Raye’s will be paired with delectable soundscapes from the 17th and 18th centuries. A delectable feast for the senses!


The Glass Box, 505 Newcastle St, West Perth

6 – 7 February 





Perth Fringe World Festival 2021


Your very own PUMP class to the live music of Antonio Vivaldi.  The perfect fusion of ancient and modern.  Bring your workout gear and join fitness instructor and resident flute player Andy Skinner in an interactive experience for your body and your mind!


The Glass Box, 505 Newcastle St, West Perth

13 – 14 February



Word of Warning

Due to short run times for these shows, I will be aiming to share quick reviews with our subscribers soon after seeing each show. With limited ticketing, due to Covid19 regulations at venues, if one (or all) of the shows tickles your fancy I would be snapping up tickets quickly. Definitely don’t wait for my review to hit your inbox.

Australian Baroque also have some incredible concerts planned for later in the year. I can’t wait to share the details with you but for now I’m off to find a workout outfit and Fringe it up so I can justify all the coffee and cake I’m planning on feasting on this Fringe with AUSTRALIAN BAROQUE!


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