For $12 per student (minimum 10 students) see Ola Gjeilo perform in concert with The Winnipeg Singers on Saturday, May 11, 2019, 7:30pm at Westminster United Church, 745 Westminster Avenue, Winnipeg, MB
Manitoba Choral Association supports and encourages the composition of new choral works by Manitoba composers with this annual competition. The winning composition will be premiered at our Provincial Honour Choirs Concert in February 2020. The composer will receive a prize of $1000. The deadline for the application is May 31, 2019.
The National Youth Choir of Canada (NYC) is a biennial project of the Association of Canadian Choral Communities (ACCC). Singers between the ages of 18 and 25 are auditioned across the country to form the National Youth Choir. Its mandate is to provide a professional training opportunity for Canada's young choral community
The premiere performance of the FRANCES SEATON CHORAL COMPOSITION COMPETITION, Springtime Melting by Scott Jodoin, will take place at this year's Provincial Honour Choirs Concert. It will be performed by RESOUND from Isaac Brock Middle School under the direction of Nedra Francis. Feb 4, 2018, 3pm at Knox United.
Good Neighbours Choristers are pleased to announce that John Wiens is the new conductor of the choir as of January 2018. New choristers are welcome.
If you are interested in presenting a session at the 2018 Manitoba Music Conference (Tempo), applications are now accepted. Deadline: February 16, 2018.
Tuesday, June 13, 2017, 7:30pm, Crescent Fort Rouge United Church
The Land of Lakes Choirboys, celebrating its 41st Season, develops fine young gentlemen through the gift of music. We pride ourselves on our motto of “Music, Respect and Honor,” teaching boys responsibility and independence, musical skill and self-discipline, manners and appropriate behavior.
A National Concert of Truth and Reconciliation
Inuit shamans, Sir Martin Frobisher, Indigenous hip-hop, music of sorrow, loss, pride and love – on Saturday, March 4 at 7:30 pm and Sunday, March 5 at 3:00 pm at the Ukrainian Labour Temple (591 Pritchard Avenue), Camerata Nova presents three powerful choral premières by Indigenous Canadian composers on the theme of “Taken".
MCA's history as the singing province will be presented through a collage of narration, cinematography, and song culminating in a climax of choral excellence that will illuminate the future of choral singing in Manitoba. MANITOBA SINGS! 40th Anniversary Celebrations, Sun, Nov 6, 2016, 7:00 PM, Centennial Concert Hall