A SPECIAL CANDLELIGHT EVENING
AT HISTORIC FORT GIBRALTAR
CONDUCTOR SCOTT YOO cuts a particularly dynamic figure on the MCO stage: dramatic, precise, and above all deeply musical. “The guy simply oozes music,” writes the Rocky Mountain News. He’s “totally connected to every aspect of the music” (Norfolk Daily News).
Host of PBS TV’s first classical music series Now Hear This, Scott’s charm and erudition as a popular educator are well known. How lucky we are that he emcees the MCO’s Candlelight Evening fundraiser on 8 November. He’ll offer a fascinating discussion of Bartók's Music for Strings, Percussion & Celesta, while an ensemble of MCO musicians illustrates with tasty musical morsels. Scott conducts the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra in a performance of the full work on November 9 at Westminster Church.
The event takes place at the historic Fort Gibraltar, where the elegantly curated music, drinks, and hors d'oeuvres served amid a rustic setting will take guests a world away – while still only minutes away from downtown!
Please note that no ticket will be mailed; your name will be on a list at the door. Tickets are $120 with a $90 tax receipt. The wearing of face masks is welcomed at this event. We look forward to seeing you!
The MCO presents a Candlelight Evening
—a fundraiser with conductor Scott Yoo & members of the MCO
7.30pm, 8 November 2022; Fort Gibraltar, 866 St. Joseph Street in St. Boniface
Tickets $120 ($90 tax receipt issued) Click to add ticket to cart here
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ITS CURRENT 50th ANNIVERSARY SEASON marks the first in several years where the MCO plans to present a full season of live, in-person concerts. The MCO is delighted to be able to deliver vital education and outreach once again in person to underserved communities in northern Manitoba. By joining us at this fundraiser you’re contributing to this important renewal.