Narrative Theatrical. Winnipeg Pops Orchestra. Show Boat and other Classic Broadway Scores. 2. Overture/"Strike up the Band". 3. Selections from "Kiss Me Kate". 4. Hello, Dolly! Jerry Herman. 5. 76 Trombones from "The Music Man". 6. Selections from "The King & I". Richard Rodgers. 7. Selections from "Camelot".
Show Boat and other Classic Broadway Scores.
The Boston Pops Orchestra is an American orchestra based in Boston, Massachusetts that specializes in playing light classical and popular music. The Boston Pops was founded in 1885 as a second, popular identity of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO), founded four years earlier
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The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra (WSO) is a Canadian orchestra based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Its primary concert venue is the Centennial Concert Hall, and the orchestra also performs throughout the province of Manitoba. The WSO gives an average of 80 concerts per year. The WSO also provides orchestral accompaniment to the Royal Winnipeg Ballet and the Manitoba Opera. The orchestra's current executive director is Trudy Schroeder, since July 2008.
The Winnipeg Pops Orchestra is non-profit, community group comprised of 50+ musicians performing symphonic . Design by Libid Zyla Harder. But their journey to find their long-lost aunt becomes a harrowing adventure that tests the limits of their ingenuity
The Winnipeg Pops Orchestra is the place to experience timeless popular and classical music. We are a group of dedicated musicians with a wide range of ages and abilities, and we love to perform all across Winnipeg and throughout Manitoba. Our orchestra fosters a community tradition by reaching out to young musicians, nurturing local talent, and providing a fun, challenging experience for our members! Our Musical History. The Boston Pops was founded in 1885 as a second, popular identity of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO), founded four years earlier. Consisting primarily of musicians from the BSO, although generally not all of the first-chair players, the orchestra performs a Spring season of popular music and a holiday program in December, the BSO schedule on break at those times. The orchestra's first recordings were made in July 1935 for RCA Victor, including the first complete recording of George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue.