Celebrating 30 years of musical history in Canada, the Hymn Sing Alumni Chorus is presenting the first ever Hymn Sing Reunion Concert at Bethel Mennonite Church located at 465 Stafford Street in Winnipeg on August 26th at 3:00 pm.
Calling all MCA members! Join us for an evening of "Tried and True" choral favourites at West Kildonan Collegiate on Tuesday, June 19 for 7:00 pm. Only $10 registration! Canadian music from Cypress Publishing will be featured, as well as compositions and arrangements by Manitoba composers. Conductors will receive a perusal package to take home, courtesy of Cypress, and a compiled list of participants’ “tried and true” lists. We hope to see you!
Rainbow Harmony Project is pleased to present Platinum Pride, a new biennial choral composition competition. Canadian composers are invited to incorporate the lived stories and experiences of the LGBTQ2* community into their compositions, thereby contributing to Canadian LGBTQ2*- specific choral repertoire. Deadline for submissions is August 3, 2018
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 2019. The composer will receive a prize of $1000. The deadline for the application is May 31, 2018.
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.