“We hear that there’s nothing like it worldwide,” says WSO conductor Alexander Mickelthwate (on the Winnipeg New Music Festival).
The film follows the journey of Indigenous people as they seek to establish dialogue with the Canadian government by putting an end to the inertia over treaties.
Adult learning band overwhelmed by enthusiastic response to their annual winter concert.
Grant Park Middle School Performing Arts troupe entertains audience with laughter, singing and some great dance numbers.
For over 60 years, Rainbow Stage has created fabulous live theatre in Winnipeg, by collaborating with an enormously supportive community.
As Power 97 FM,”Winnipeg’s Best Rock”, relaunches as a classic rock station, radio buffs recall the station’s dynamic history.
He may be Reckless but everywhere he goes The Kids Wanna Rock.
One of 12 Manitoba Juno award nominations is Winnipeg graphic designer, Roberta Hansen, nominated for design of Steve Bell’s four-disc album set, Pilgrimage.
North End Love Songs by Katherena Vermette tackles Winnipeg’s racism issue head-on, with grace and courage. It also celebrates a neighbourhood so often portrayed as beyond hope.
Studying music gives inner-city youth much needed confidence to contribute to our community.