Quartet gone rogue will rock the joint

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Madeleine Antoine, Pascale Whiting, Jasmine Skinner and Sacha McCulloch. Pictured at Crown Perth. Perth Symphony Orchestra's new spin-off quartet known as Inneka. (PLAY MAGAZINE) 10 SEPTEMBER 2020
Camera IconMadeleine Antoine, Pascale Whiting, Jasmine Skinner and Sacha McCulloch. Pictured at Crown Perth. Perth Symphony Orchestra's new spin-off quartet known as Inneka. (PLAY MAGAZINE) 10 SEPTEMBER 2020 Credit: The West Australian, Danella Bevis The West Australian

The Perth Symphony Orchestra will rock Karratha next Friday with a quartet of the State’s best musicians to perform some of rock music’s greatest hits. The performance, called S.T.R.I.N.G.S A Quartet Gone Rogue, will take place at the Red Earth Arts Precinct, with the musicians performing classics from Queen and Led Zeppelin through to pieces from some of the most celebrated in the classical repertoire. It’s a satirical, tongue-in-cheek, sometimes poignant and moving look into the world of classical musicians. Pictured are the orchestra’s spin-off quartet Inneka, comprising Madeleine Antoine, left, Pascale Whiting, Jasmine Skinner and Sacha McCulloch.

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