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WTC Messenger Fall 2018

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Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra The award-winning Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra begins the 2018-19 season under the helm of a new maestro, St. Petersburg's Daniel Raiskin, whose worldly experience includes orchestras in Mexico City, Athens, Osaka, Hong Kong, Düsseldorf, KwaZulu-Natal, and Malmö (to name but a few). Highlights from the 2018-19 season, which promises an embarrassment of riches, include Venezuelan pianist Gabriela Montero performing Tchaikovsky's first Piano Concerto (Russian Masters, April 26-27, 2019); Mathew Morrison Sings Glee & Broadway (May 10-11); along with the WSO's renowned New Music Festival (late January-early February) which recently hosted Philip Glass and will this year feature Pulitzer Prize-winner Caroline Shaw. Group pricing available. - 204.949.3995 Winnipeg, Manitoba, is one of Canada's most-celebrated cities when it comes to music. Legendary acts like The Guess Who, Neil Young and Chantal Kreviazuk have all cut their teeth here, while on any given night you can catch numerous up-and-coming acts at venues across the city. We're home to internationally celebrated performance groups like Canada's Royal Winnipeg Ballet, the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, and the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, seemingly making all the city a stage whilst the performance arts season runs from fall through summer. In sum, if your group is looking to be entertained, Winnipeg will be music to your ears. Winnipeg is alive with the sound of W i nnipeg S y m ph ony Orc h estra : J J G i ll Winnipeg T O U R C O N N E C T I O N M A N I T O B A , C A N A D A messenger FA L L 2 018 Sarah Robinson Business Development Manager FOR ALL YOUR GROUP TRAVEL NEEDS: 204.954.1995 or 1.855.PEG.CITY Watch Tourism Winnipeg's new video, "Riding with Raiskin", where we show our new maestro around town and talk about all things Winnipeg.

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