The Manitoba Opera was established in 1969 by Founding President Justice Kerr Twaddle and a group of individuals dedicated to presenting the great works of opera to Manitoban audiences.
555 Main Street
The Manitoba Underground Opera presents new adventurous productions of classic operatic repertoire in unique locations featuring the opera stars of tomorrow with an emphasis on Manitoban talent. The organization specializes in opera for the new generation, in a variety of intimate and large-scale venues, always performed with orchestra and always aimed at engaging new and young audience.
The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra has the good fortune to be located in a culturally vibrant city with a history of supporting cultural and community activities with enthusiasm and discernment. The WSO has been a vital component of the community since its incorporation on February 13, 1947. The debut concert was held on December 16, 1948 in the Civic Auditorium to an audience of 3,000 with Walter Kaufmann conducting. Subscription prices for the first season of five concerts ranged from $3 to $8 with single tickets starting at $.75.
1650-One Lombard Place
cre8ery gallery and studio is an 8,800 square foot commercial art gallery and studio space featuring Local Winnipeg Artists and Manitoba Artists. With exhibitions changing in the Main Gallery every two weeks, there is always something new to see. Members of cre8ery are showcased on a five week rotation in the Auxiliary gallery. Artworks of all media, both contemporary and traditional can be discovered at cre8ery. (paintings, mixed media, drawings, ceramics, photography, sculpture, fabric art).
125 Adelaide Street