2017-18 Season

Winnipeg New Music Festival

Through the Looking Glass

January 29, 2018 | 7:30 pm

Polycoro is proud to take the stage with Camerata Nova once again at the 2018 Winnipeg New Music Festival in an eclectic concert exploring identity, politics, and spirituality.

Featuring works by Philip Glass, Ted Hearne, Arvo Pärt, Academy Award nominee Jóhann Jóhannsson (Iceland), and Canadian composers Andrew Balfour, Vivian Fung, Jocelyn Morlock and T. Patrick Carrabré.

New Frontiers

Cluster New Music Festival

March 1, 2018
FortWhyte Alive, Winnipeg

Join Polycoro for its first performance with Winnipeg's Cluster New Music & Integrated Arts Festival at the beautiful FortWhyte Alive.

Concert details and ticket information will be available shortly.

Submerge your senses

Path of Miracles

March 24, 2018 | 7:30 pm

Submerge your senses on a journey through the "Path of Miracles." Hear Joby Talbot's 2005 a cappella masterpiece for 17 voices live at the WAG Atrium as you and the choir become the canvas for Polycoro's first collaboration with internationally-acclaimed filmmaker and projectionist Deco Dawson.

This is an experience you won't want to miss. Dawson's projection work has been described as "Jaw Dropping" by the New York Times and the Toronto Star describing his work as "so compelling, you can't take your eyes off the stage."

A Changing World

Modern Mass

May 15, 2018 | 7:30 pm

Polycoro premieres Winnipeg's own Neil Weisensel's lush and lyrical new Mass along side beloved favourites from the modern repertoire by Richard Rodeny Bennett and Francis Poulenc. For centuries the Mass has been a recognized and revered sacred musical form. Hear how three modern composers beautifully interpret ancient ideas to reflect a changing world.

Past Events

500 Years of Musical Revolution

Positive Friction

October 29, 2017 | 2:00 pm

500 years of Musical Revolution inspired by Martin Luther. Join us as we explore how the ripple effects of one idea inspired and changed Western music for centuries.

Featuring works by Ambrosius, Praetorius, Josquin, Christian Erbach, Heinrich Schutz, Johann Schein, J. S. Bach, Johann Walter, and Isaiah Ceccarelli in commemoration of Luther's great act of rebellion.

Thank you to everyone who made our first concert of the season a huge success!