Join the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra on our musical journey to Carnegie Hall to perform in Spring for Music in May 2014!
Plan your trip to Carnegie Hall with the WSO by visiting the CAA Manitoba to Manhattan website! Browse hotel packages, optional tours and concerts and keep updated with the countdown clock.
Thursday, May 8, 2014
Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra
Alexander Mickelthwate, music director
R. MURRAY SCHAFER: Symphony No. 1 (NY Premiere)
DEREK CHARKE: Thirteen Inuit Throat Song Games (NY Premiere)
Tanya Tagaq, Throat Singer
VINCENT HO: The Shaman: Concerto for Percussion and Orchestra (NY Premiere)
Dame Evelyn Glennie, Percussion
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About Spring for Music
The WSO will be participating in Spring for Music (S4M), next year being the final year for this festival that is held each May at Carnegie Hall, celebrating and exhibiting the quality and creativity of North American orchestras. S4M looks for unfettered imagination and boldness in the submitted programs, not standard fare. After Internet voting polls closed to the public, six orchestras were chosen by the Spring For Music judging panel, including Artistic Director Thomas W. Morris, to perform. The WSO topped the final tally with 3059 votes, over 1000 more votes than the second-place program.
The fourth Spring For Music festival, runs from May 5 to May 10, 2014 at Carnegie Hall, will include the NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC, Alan Gilbert, music director; the SEATTLE SYMPHONY, Ludovic Morlot, music director; the ROCHESTER PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, Michael Christie, conductor; the WINNIPEG SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Alexander Mickelthwate, music director; the CINCINNATI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA and MAY FESTIVAL CHORUS, James Conlon, music director Cincinnati May Festival; and the PITTSBURGH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Manfred Honeck, music director. Tickets are $25 for any seat in the house. Spring For Music firmly believes that great musical ideas and great concert programs are essential to the success of orchestras.
To learn more about the Spring for Music program, please click here.
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