AISSLINN NOSKY: “TORONTO’S
ERIC CLAPTON OF THE VIOLIN” (TORONTO STAR)
As MCO’s Guest Artist-in-Residence, violinist Aisslinn Nosky has connected effortlessly with Winnipeggers. A former member of Tafelmusik, Canada’s premier period orchestra, Aisslinn speaks eloquently on the history of Baroque in the many interviews and pre-concert talks she’s done here. But even her performances feel illuminating, like a revelation. Aisslinn tends to play-conduct, meaning she’s juggling both soloing and conducting: she leads the piece both from inside and outside the orchestra. Details & tickets here (physical tickets not issued for this concert).
In February and March, the MCO presents its Winter Series, four free online concerts, via YouTube. They feature many of Manitoba’s most cherished musicians (like Catherine Wood, left) and several incredible new Canadian works, some of which are sure to change the Canadian repertoire forever. Access to these concerts will become available a few days before their premieres, and will remain available online for a full year! Click here for details.
We’re excited to offer our 2022 Spring Concert series—which features both online and in-person presentations over 8 concert programs! Subscriptions to our spring series (or anyone who has subscribed to the 21/22 season) also include free access to high-definition videos of all remaining season concerts. You may also choose to order just an online pass. Click here for details & tickets (physical tickets not issued for these concerts).
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