Skip to main content

You are viewing an archived event from a previous year.

Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

WSO Community Celebration Concert (sold out)


Indigenous Intercultural Performance Singing Music
Email Save QR code

Date and time


Centennial Concert Hall

555 Main St.

Winnipeg, MB

Directions: For directions and parking information, visit our website here:



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.


WSO's Community Celebration returns in 2023! Throughout our season, we have the honour of working with and introducing audiences to exceptional global talent. The Community Celebration is an evening dedicated to showcasing local talent, including singers, instrumentalists, and composers. Music Director Daniel Raiskin conducts the WSO in this special event.

This event is very popular, and unfortunately all tickets are spoken for and the event is sold out.

You can even join the orchestra and play WithUs! For more information, visit:

Sponsored by: The Johnston Group & Payworks

Funded by: The Manitoba Arts, Culture, and Sport in Community Fund


Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra

Since its debut 1948 performance – to more than 3,000 audience members, the WSO has been a powerhouse orchestra that regularly impresses guest conductors and artists with the exceptional musicianship of its members. Performance highlights of the last few decades include performances with Renée Fleming, Maureen Forrester, Kathleen Battle, Janina Fialkowska, Angela Hewitt, Buffy St. Marie, Wu Man, Randy Bachman, Dame Evelyn Glennie, and Tanya Tagaq, to name a few.

Some of the eminent soloists who have appeared with the WSO in the past include conductors Pierre Monteux, John Barbirolli and Arthur Fiedler; violinists David Oistrakh, Itzhak Perlman and Joshua Bell; pianists Glenn Gould, Emanuel Ax, Byron Janis, Gary Graffman, and Leon Fleisher; singers Marilyn Horne, Maureen Forrester and Renée Fleming ; cellists Zara Nelsova and Jacqueline du Pré and many others.

The WSO has served as a launching point for many illustrious careers including Victor Feldbrill, Kazuhiro Koizumi, Bramwell Tovey, and Andrey Boreyko. It has also worked hard to foster and support Manitoba and Canadian talent working closely with the likes of James Ehnes, Tracy Dahl, Andriana Chuchman, Stewart Goodyear, Cameron Crozman, Papa Mambo and Don Amero.