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Summer concert series kicks off with dual violins

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The Millennium Summer series of downtown noon-hour concerts kicks off today at the Millennium Centre (389 Main St.) with a show dubbed Duo Violins, featuring Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra concertmaster Gwen Hoebig and associate concertmaster Karl Stobbe.

The free concerts will be held every Tuesday until Aug. 12.

Here is the schedule for the rest of the series:

 

June 17: Skender Sefa, classical guitar

June 24: Paul Jeffrey, Bonnie Shewan Burroughs and Rodica Jeffrey, trumpet, piano and violin

July 1: Sarah Kirsch and Chris Kayler, voice and piano

July 8: Patricia Evans and Donna Laube, horn and piano

July 15: Michelle Goddard and Carol Pollard, clarinet and piano

July 22: Jan Kocman and Caitlin Broms-Jacobs, flute and oboe

July 29: Allen Harrington and Laura Loewen, saxophone and piano

Aug. 5: Yuri Hooker and Elation Pauls, cello and violin

Aug. 12: Laura MacDougall and Richard Turner, flute and harp

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition June 10, 2014 C2

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