A unique art exhibit in Winnipeg is giving people the chance to see what synagogues in Germany would look like today had they not been destroyed by the Nazis during the Second World War.
The 2017 Juno Awards Nominees were just announced and we have a list here of the Classical and Jazz nominations. There are even a few Winnipeg connections!
We have two recordings for the price of one this month: two pianists, two solo recordings, and two chances each week to win a $25 gift card from McNally Robinson.
Taking their name from St. Cecilia, the patron saint of music, the Cecilia String Quartet is now in its second decade. We were so thrilled to have these ladies in the studio with us ahead of their Virtuosi concert on Saturday night! Missed their performance and conversation with Diamond Lane host Sarah Jo Kirsch! Watch here!
Join hosts Alexander Mickelthwate and James Manishen as they give us a preview of next weekend's Romantic Melody concert just in time for Valentine's Day. Tune in Wednesday night @ midnight following Jazz After 9 for an ENCORE performance.
Tuesday is the 219th anniversary of Franz Schubert's birth and we're celebrating by featuring the Austrian composer's works for four hands. Tune in evey day @ 1PM when Intermezzo host Chris Wolf will feature a complete work---Only on Winnipeg's Classic 107.
Considered the fastest pianist in the world, former Winnipegger Melnyk is in town to perform a couple private shows and is part of the WSO's New Music Festival. He dropped by our studios Friday morning to talk about his life, career and music. Missed it? Watch the video here!
For his 220th birthday, we celebrate the joys and sorrows of the leader of Lieder: Franz Schubert.
This week hosts Alexander Micklethwate and James Manishen are all about the 2017 Winnipeg New Music Festival! We'll find out more about the concerts coming up! Tune in for our final encore performance Wednesday night @ midnight.
The Director and CEO of the Canada Council for the Arts says despite the arts scene being in pretty good shape in Canada, there’s always opportunity to improve on certain aspects.