Join Manitou Winds for a spring concert exploring the mystical pathway connecting words and music as poetry and prose from around the world are set aloft in music and song. From the unearthed texts of Native Americans to the zany, nonsensical poetry of Lewis Carroll, it will be an evening of unforgettable music.
The ensemble will join with guest musicians Emily Curtin Culler, soprano; Jessie Hood, soprano; Jean Coonrod, cello; and Susan Snyder, piano; to present an eclectic array of musical styles and poetry.
Special thanks to our 2017 Collaborating Arist, Margie Guyot, for donating use of her beautiful landscape (“Rogers Road”) for use in promoting our spring concert. You can see more of Margie’s exciting work in a special exhibit at the concert.
Admission is free. A freewill offering will be taken.
Manitou Winds is excited to partner with St. Andrews Presbyterian Church for their annual Concert on the Hill series!
The ensemble is planning a program alive with variety — sharp contrasts in style and mood from Classical to pop, jazz to modern! Join in the fun as audience members press the selection buttons to reveal each part of the program while the ensemble becomes a living jukebox. With so many instruments and styles to choose from you won’t know what’s coming next!
Special thanks to our 2017 Collaborating Artist, Margie Guyot, for donating use of her widlly imaginative still life (“Party Horse”) for use in promoting this concert. A special exhibit of Margie’s artwork will be on display at the concert venue. We invite you to meet Margie and thank her for sharing her gift with us.
Admission is free. A freewill offering will be taken to benefit a local charity.
Join the musicians of Manitou Winds for their third annual Winter Songs & Carols concert as they explore winter through music, poetry, and prose. Selections include familiar tunes from advent, Christmas, and solstice celebrations as well as some unexpected surprises.
This year’s concert will feature all five members of the ensemble, nine different instruments, and guest vocalists to create a unique tapestry of musical colors and textures.
Admission is free. A freewill offering will be taken to benefit a selected ministry of Grace Episcopal Church.
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