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WSO's 'Holiday Express' rural tour starts Tuesday

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The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra Holiday Pops concert will be presented in Steinbach on Dec. 3.

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The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra Holiday Pops concert will be presented in Steinbach on Dec. 3.

The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra takes to the road for a four-stop Power Smart Holiday Express Tour beginning Tuesday night.

The symphony, with resident conductor Julian Pellicano, will celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Steinbach Arts Council with a performance at the Steinbach Mennonite Church, 345 Loewen Blvd, Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Local guests include the Steinbach Arts Council Anniversary Singers. Tickets are $22, $12 for students, available by phone at 204-346-1077.

On Dec. 9, the symphony stops at the Winkler Mennonite Church at 31 Willowdale Cr. Tickets, $30 for adults and $20 for students 15 and under, will be available at the door.

The next day, at 2 p.m., the symphony will perform at the HB Community School in Baker Colony, near MacGregor.

The tour, presented by Manitoba Hydro and Manitoba Public Insurance, ends Dec. 11 at the William Glesby Centre in Portage la Prairie, 11-2nd St. NE, at 7 p.m. Tickets are available through at the Portage and District Arts Centre or by phone at 204-239-6029. General admission tickets are $40, $36 for PDAC members and $25 for students 18 and under.

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