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Tafelmusik’s Jeanne Lamon.

Get a deal on Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra tickets

January 9, 2015 — 

f563a0285f8647e2bbce3af71d41f630The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra has invited U of M faculty and staff to enjoy 25% off regular tickets to Mozart and Haydn with Tafelmusik’s Jeanne Lamon on Friday, January 16 and and Saturday, January 17.

Lamon will direct the WSO from her violin in a program of baroque and classical masters including Mozart, Haydn, Bach and Corelli. For more information visit wso.ca or call 204-949-3999. Find tickets here.

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Mozart & Haydn with Jeanne Lamon

January 16 and 17, 2015 8:00 PM
Centennial Concert Hall
555 Main St
Winnipeg, MB


Bach: Symphony in G Minor
Mozart: Clarinet Concerto in A major
Corelli: Concerto grosso in B-flat major
Haydn: Symphony No.101 in D major, “The Clock”


  • Jeanne Lamon – violin, conductor
  • Micah Heilbrunn – clarinet

Violinist Jeanne Lamon has been praised throughout the world for her stunning performances of music from the Baroque and Classical periods. Since 1981 she has been music director of Toronto’s world- renowned period instrument orchestra, Tafelmusik. Directing from the violin, Jeanne will lead an exquisite program that features WSO principal clarinetist Micah Heilbrunn in Mozart’s unforgettable Clarinet Concerto.


 

JAN. 14 >>FREE TICKET GIVEAWAY: The WSO is giving away two pairs of free tickets to to this Friday’s evening concert (Jan. 16). All U of M staff and faculty are eligible. To have your name entered into the draw, tell us why you’d like to go in the comment section below, using your U of M email address (it won’t show up online) so that we can respond to you once the draw has been made. The draw will be made on Friday at noon.

Winning tickets will be held under name at the door.

 

JAN. 16 >> THE WINNERS ARE ANNOUNCED

(Drumroll please!)

The two winners of the pairs of WSO tickets are:

Vanessa Ahing
Sylvia Backman

The contest is now closed. Thanks to everyone who entered and made the it a little more exciting! For those of you who weren’t lucky this time, remember that the faculty and staff discount is still available for the concert, which takes place this Friday and Saturday.

23 comments on “Get a deal on Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra tickets

  1. Sara Dueck

    I would like to go to the concert in order to hear Jeanne Lamon and the WSO. The WSO always puts on a tremendous concert and I have enjoyed each concert I have attended. The WSO is a great orchestra and it would be a pleasure to hear them once again.

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  2. Lance Nelson

    It’s been a difficult week for our family with my wife’s father suffering a stroke. To have a restful evening with beautiful music will be good for the soul.

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    1. Mariianne Mays Wiebe - Author

      Thanks, Lance. Your name will also be entered. Sorry to hear about your week and family situation. Music *is* good for the soul.

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  3. Janice Hermer

    I’m new to Winnipeg and haven’t made it out to a WSO concert yet. It would be wonderful to hear them in person instead of just reading reviews!

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    1. Mariianne Mays Wiebe - Author

      Thanks, Janice! Your name will be entered into the draw as well. And if you’re not lucky this time, remember that you can also opt for the staff and faculty discount available for this concert!

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  4. Diane Benoit

    My 13 year old grand daughter has not been to the Symphony, I think it would be a fabulous experience for her to go (she is very musically inclined and does play the trumpet)!

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    1. Mariianne Mays Wiebe - Author

      A perfect night out for a lucky 13 year old and her grandmother. Good luck! Your name will be entered into the draw.

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  5. Sylvia Backman

    I would love to attend as I unfortunately do not allow myself the pleasure of attending as I am usually taking care of others needs

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  6. Len MacWilliam

    I would love to take my spouse – as an early birthday treat – to this WSO performance as she is a big fan of the wonderful WSO.

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    1. Mariianne Mays Wiebe - Author

      Oops! Missed this one – thanks for the entry, Len. The concert would definitely make a great birthday gift. Your name will be entered into the draw.

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  7. Vanessa Ahing

    The last time I was went to see the WSO was in elementary school. I listen to classical music all the time, but haven’t had the occasion to get back to see/hear it live since. Would love the opportunity to re-live the magic that is the WSO!

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    1. Mariianne Mays Wiebe - Author

      Free magic is the best magic. (Though discounted magic works, too.:) Thanks for your entry, Vanessa! Your name will be included in the draw.

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  8. Zoe Green

    I would love to take my Mom to this concert. She enjoys WSO performances and I think she would be over the moon to get tickets to this one with Jeanne Lamon! I can’t think of a better way to spend a Friday evening together 🙂

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  9. Jennifer Schneider

    Haydn’s Symphony would be magnificent to hear live and performed by the WSO. Also, I have never seen a member from the orchestra conduct before. That would be interesting to witness!

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