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THOSE GUYS, A Cappella Pops
7:30 PM Thursday, October 6, 2022
$26 adult | $12 student
Made up of nine performers who represent a cross-section of the Winnipeg music and theatre community, THOSE GUYS have built a reputation for dynamic, feel-good performances since 2009. Their repertoire, which ranges from The Nylons to Justin Timberlake (and everything in between), features complex (often original) musical arrangements performed without a single instrument.
Manitoba Hydro Holiday Tour with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra
7:30 PM Tuesday, December 6, 2022
Steinbach Mennonite Church
$30 adult | $12 student
An annual tradition, celebrate the season with your favourite holiday music! This performance will feature your favourite holiday carols, a special guest performance by a local choir, audience sing-along, and more!
Ticket Package Specials
- 2 Seniors (65+) for $52
- Family of 4 for $80 (2 adult tickets, 2 student tickets, for immediate family/household members)
- Music or theatre students (private lessons): $8
Call 204.346.1077 to ask about these ticket specials!
SULTANS OF STRING, World Music
7:30 PM Thursday January 19, 2023
$26 adult | $12 student
This multi-award-winning, 3-time Juno-nominated and Billboard charting band creates “energetic and exciting music from a band with talent to burn!” (Maverick, UK). For more than a decade, Sultans of String have thrilled audiences with their genre-hopping passport of Celtic reels, Flamenco, Django-jazz, Arabic, Cuban and South Asian rhythms. The group celebrates musical fusion and human creativity with warmth and virtuosity, with world rhythms that excite audiences to their feet!
ASSASSINATING THOMSON, presented by Manitoba Theatre Centre
7:30 PM Tuesday February 28, 2023
$28 adult | $12 student
Assassinating Thomson is a one man play written and performed by Bruce Horak, a well-established theatre and visual artist who lost 90% of his vision after a childhood battle with cancer. In 2011 he wrote and began touring the show.
The play is named for an unsolved mystery in Canadian art history – the mysterious drowning in 1917 of Group of Seven precursor and iconic painter Tom Thomson in an Ontario Lake. The mystery takes you from the tiny community of Canoe Lake to our nation’s capital, and eventually to the world stage. Art, politics, greed, ambition, love, and murder are intertwined. Tom Thomson’s story is a tangled one, but we’re in the hands of a brilliant storyteller. Bruce captures the mystery in a stunning monologue about Canadian art and artists, and during the performance he also paints a group portrait of the audience before him.
CATHY DANIEL and DARRYL FRIESEN, Classical Voice and Piano
7:30 PM Friday, March 17, 2023
Grace Mennonite Church
$24 adult | $12 student
Originally from Edmonton, Catherine Daniel is a dynamic performer whose training and performances have taken her across North America and Europe. Catherine has a long history of exploring various genres while simultaneously staying rooted in her classical training as an operatic mezzo-soprano. She is equally comfortable singing jazz and gospel as she is singing Carmen. She is a storyteller and brings her soul to any performance within any genre. “Catherine Daniel [is] a force of nature…” (Natasha Gautier, Opera Canada).
Darryl Friesen has been praised for his “rich palette of tonal colour” and performances of “intimate, poignant simplicity” (Winnipeg Free Press). He has given acclaimed performances as a soloist and collaborative artist across Canada, the United States, Europe, China, and Brazil, and has been featured many times in concert on CBC Radio.
Together, Daniel and Dr. Friesen hope to welcome their audience, move them in the ways that only live music can do, and introduce to them a whole new vista of repertoire by Black composers to which they might form new and satisfying attachments.
Don’t forget to check out our Added Attractions, including Concerts for Kids, the Studio Series, and Concerts in the Park!
Frequently Asked Questions
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How do I get my ticket(s)?
Tickets are available for purchase on our website, over the phone at 204.346.1077, or at our office at 304 Second Street. Once purchased, tickets can be picked up at our office during regular office hours.
Are student tickets available?
Yes! We have a special Music/Theatre Student ticket price of $8 for students taking private music or theatre lessons. This ticket special is not available online, but may be purchased by calling 204.346.1077 or in person at our office (304 Second St, Steinbach). You will be asked to provide the name of your student’s teacher.
Do I get to pick my seats?
Concerts presented at the SRSS Theatre are assigned seating, and you will be able to choose your seat from those available at the time of purchase. Concerts presented in other venues are rush seating.
What are your refund/cancellation policies?
Once a payment has been processed, no refunds will be issued. If you purchase a ticket and are unable to attend, no refund will be issued. If, however, the Steinbach Arts Council cancels a concert due to public health restrictions after payment has been received, ticket purchasers will have the option to receive a credit on their SAC account or a refund.
What are your concert COVID policies?
The Steinbach Arts Council is committed to following current Manitoba Public Health guidelines. Currently, we are not required to check vaccination status and masks are not required (but are always welcomed).
Will your concerts be available for Livestream?
We do not currently have plans to livestream any of these concerts. If these plans change, we will communicate them to our audience.
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