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April 5, 2014

Public Way of the Cross l Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra presents The Firebird, Verdi's Requiem, Peking Acrobats l Families' Quilt




April 18, 2014
Annual Public Way of the Cross hosted by Holy Rosary Parish

The opening prayer will begin at 9:30 am in the church followed by the Public Way of the Cross. After the closing prayer at the end of the procession, all are invited for light refreshments in the church hall. 
For more information, please call (204) 284 – 5140 or email

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Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, 555 Main Street
Winnipeg: 204.949.3999  or email

April 13 - BUY 
1:00 p.m. Pre-Concert Activities - Children can participate in musical activities, visit the Conducting Station or visit the Instrument Petting Zoo to play the orchestral instruments. 
Enchantment Theatre Company presents The Firebird, a tale of a Prince on a voyage of true self-discovery, coupled with the brilliant score of Igor Stravinsky, whose music the Disney studios used in Fantasia 2000
Listen to Stravinsky - The Firebird   
  
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April 19 - 8 pm - BUY 
Verdi's Requiem is the grandest, most ambitious sacred work of the late 19th century. 
Listen to Verdi Requiem

Marc Piollet, conductor 
Jonita Lattimore, soprano 
Emily Boteva, mezzo-soprano 
Steven Tharp, tenor 
Kevin Deas, bass 
Winnipeg Philharmonic Choir, Yuri Klaz, director
Mennonite Festival Chorus, 
Rudy Schellenberg, William Baerg and Janet Brenneman, co-directors

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The Peking Acrobats

April 26 - authentic Chinese Feast before the performance
Kum Koon Garden, 257 King Street
call 204-949-399 for more details
(a tax receipt will be issued for a portion of the ticket price)

The impossible is made possible in the artistry of the Peking Acrobats. 
Company members were featured in the Steven Soderbergh's films Oceans 11-13.
April 25 - 8 pm - BUY
April 26 - 8 pm - BUY
April 27 - 2 pm - BUY

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April 12, 2:00 pm
Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Blvd

Manitoba, in partnership with the Winnipeg Art Gallery, invite you to the unveiling of a quilt/blanket wall hanging created by families of Manitoba’s missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls in their honour.  Blankets are traditionally given to grieving families to symbolically show community support, caring and love through their loss.

You are welcome to visit the Off the Beaten Path: Violence, Women and Art exhibit.
For further information, contact Nahanni Fontaine at (204) 945-7812 

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