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CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 UPDATE
updated Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Dear Phil Patron,

Like all arts organizations, the Winnipeg Philharmonic Choir’s 2019-2020 season has been dramatically impacted by COVID-19.

As a patron of the Phil, you know we have had to cancel our 2 spring concerts: Beethoven’s Mass in C (March 22) and Hector Berlioz’s Messe Solennelle (April 24).

Subscribers and single ticket purchasers are entitled to a refund but, as a valued member of the Winnipeg Philharmonic Choir community, we are asking that you consider converting your single ticket or the remainder of your subscription to a tax-deductible donation to sustain us during this difficult time.

The health and economic impact of COVID-19 to the Phil is significant and your gift today is more important than ever. As a non-profit arts organization, the Phil relies on the people we serve in our community. Please consider the role music plays in your life and support the Phil with a donation of any amount today or return your tickets to cancelled concerts for a charitable tax receipt.

Please be in touch with us at info@thephil.ca to let us know your wishes.

Thank you for your ongoing support of the Phil. We have been heartened by the many kind emails and well-wishes we have received these past few days. We will be back presenting beautiful music for the people of Manitoba as soon as we can. Until then, from our Phil family to yours, please be well. And let’s all wash our hands!

Ticket Packages

A Phil Season Subscription offers the best value!

Don’t miss a single note of the 2019-20 season.

Subscribe today and guarantee yourself a season of some of the best choral music you will ever hear!

To purchase season subscriptions or tickets to individual concerts, please order online or call our office at 204-896-7445. We accept cheque, Visa or MasterCard. Tickets can also be ordered by printing out the order form on our brochure. Click here to download our brochure.

SEASON TICKET PRICES

Season Tickets offer the best value! In addition to the concerts, a subscription gives you:

  • A voucher to save $15 on the purchase of a McNally Robinson Booksellers Reader Reward Card.
  • A Musicnet* Reward Card which entitles you to 2-for-1 tickets at Musicnet member concerts.
  • Regular updates from The Winnipeg Philharmonic Choir.
Adults $80.00
Seniors $70.00
Under 30 $35.00

All prices include GST.

INDIVIDUAL CONCERTS

Christmas with the Phil:
Making Spirits Bright

7pm & 3pm (Sold Out) , Sunday December 15, 2019
Crescent Fort Rouge United Church
525 Wardlaw at Nassau
Please ensure you select which time you wish to attend.

Adults $30.00
Seniors $25.00
Under 30 $15.00

UNDER 6 FREE

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Happy 250th Ludwig!

Beethoven’s Mass in C with the WSO and soloists
THIS SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19
3pm, Sunday, March 22, 2020
St Boniface Cathedral

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Hector Berlioz’s Messe Solennelle

Winnipeg Philharmonic Choir performing as guests of the WSO

8 pm, April 24, 2020
Centennial Concert Hall

Phil subscribers have access to tickets as part of their subscription. WSO subscribers who already have tickets to the Messe Solennelle are invited to purchase a specially-priced two-concert Phil subscription that includes our December and March concerts. Please call 204-896-7445 for details.

To purchase single tickets for this concert please call the WSO Box Office at 204-949-3999 and use the discount code “PHIL” to get 10% off single ticket sales.

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All prices include GST.

*The Winnipeg Philharmonic Choir is a member of Musicnet, Winnipeg’s consortium of musical organizations, founded in 1994 to promote all forms of live music. Other members are: Camerata Nova, Canzona, GroundSwell, Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, The Musical Offering, MusikBarock Ensemble, The Westminster Concert Organ Series, The Winnipeg Chamber Music Society, The Winnipeg Singers, the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, The Women’s Musical Club of Winnipeg and Virtuosi Concerts. Musicnet acknowledges ongoing support from the Manitoba Arts Council and The Winnipeg Foundation.

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