If Walls Could Talk    October 20, 2018 at 7:00 pm Convocation Hall, University of Winnipeg  Get an inside look at Music and Architecture’s fascinating and complicated long-term relationship. Each fabulous on their own, and even better when they work together. They fight, they change, they pretend not to need each other. No matter what happens, though, they just keep on getting back together. Join Polycoro for a Talk + Concert led by John Wiens, Artistic Director and Alden Neufeld, Architect  Featuring music by Caroline Shaw, Oleksa Lozowchuk, Benevoli, Marenzio and Uglolini

If Walls Could Talk

October 20, 2018 at 7:00 pm
Convocation Hall, University of Winnipeg

Get an inside look at Music and Architecture’s fascinating and complicated long-term relationship. Each fabulous on their own, and even better when they work together. They fight, they change, they pretend not to need each other. No matter what happens, though, they just keep on getting back together. Join Polycoro for a Talk + Concert led by John Wiens, Artistic Director and Alden Neufeld, Architect

Featuring music by Caroline Shaw, Oleksa Lozowchuk, Benevoli, Marenzio and Uglolini

  Provocation   March 22, 2019 at 7:00 pm Knox United Church  Tired of seeing mostly white dudes on your concert programs? So are we. Come celebrate the often underrepresented musical contributions of women and composers from developing nations. Exciting and gorgeous music by rising international stars Nilo Alcala (Phillipines), Vivian Fung (Canada), Thora Martinsdottir (Iceland), Sydney Guillaume (Haiti), Emile Desamours (Haiti), Andrew Balfour (Canada), Jocelyn Morlock (Canada).

Provocation

March 22, 2019 at 7:00 pm
Knox United Church

Tired of seeing mostly white dudes on your concert programs? So are we. Come celebrate the often underrepresented musical contributions of women and composers from developing nations. Exciting and gorgeous music by rising international stars Nilo Alcala (Phillipines), Vivian Fung (Canada), Thora Martinsdottir (Iceland), Sydney Guillaume (Haiti), Emile Desamours (Haiti), Andrew Balfour (Canada), Jocelyn Morlock (Canada).

  Subversion   May 10, 2019 at 7:00 pm Winnipeg Art Gallery  Music’s incredible power to inspire has been used for both good and evil since prehistoric times. Polycoro’s final concert of the season explores the way music has been feared by and harnessed for political purposes over the last millennia. Featuring the Canadian Premiere of Aaron Gervais’ “Televised Address to the Nation on Civil Rights” for vocal ensemble and supercollider.

Subversion

May 10, 2019 at 7:00 pm
Winnipeg Art Gallery

Music’s incredible power to inspire has been used for both good and evil since prehistoric times. Polycoro’s final concert of the season explores the way music has been feared by and harnessed for political purposes over the last millennia. Featuring the Canadian Premiere of Aaron Gervais’ “Televised Address to the Nation on Civil Rights” for vocal ensemble and supercollider.

 

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