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Slide show: Le Ombré, Centennial Concert Hall, Nov. 9, 2013

Le Ombré performed its magic with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra at the Centennial Concert Hall Saturday night. The troupe features acrobats and dancers using their silhouettes to create shadow art on both sides of a large screen.
WSO resident conductor Julian Pellicano's silhouette is seen as he emerges at the start of the performance of Le Ombré.
New resident conductor of the WSO Julian Pellicano (right) speaks to the audience at the start of the performance of Le Ombré Saturday.
Le Ombré delivers a message to the audience.
Le Ombré is part of the WSO's pops series at the Centennial Concert Hall this season.
Le Ombré features acrobats and dancers using their silhouettes to create shadow art on both sides of a large screen.
Le Ombré features acrobats and dancers using their silhouettes to create shadow art on both sides of a large screen.
Le Ombré features acrobats and dancers using their silhouettes to create shadow art on both sides of a large screen.
Le Ombré features acrobats and dancers using their silhouettes to create shadow art on both sides of a large screen. Le Ombre, a part of the WSO pops series at the Centennial Concert Hall, Saturday, November 9, 2013. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Le Ombré features acrobats and dancers using their silhouettes to create shadow art on both sides of a large screen.
Le Ombré features acrobats and dancers using their silhouettes to create shadow art on both sides of a large screen.
Le Ombré features acrobats and dancers using their silhouettes to create shadow art on both sides of a large screen.
Le Ombré performed its magic with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra at the Centennial Concert Hall Saturday night. The troupe features acrobats and dancers using their silhouettes to create shadow art on both sides of a large screen. - TREVOR HAGAN / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
WSO resident conductor Julian Pellicano's silhouette is seen as he emerges at the start of the performance of Le Ombré. - TREVOR HAGAN / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
New resident conductor of the WSO Julian Pellicano (right) speaks to the audience at the start of the performance of Le Ombré Saturday. - TREVOR HAGAN / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Le Ombré delivers a message to the audience. - TREVOR HAGAN / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Le Ombré is part of the WSO's pops series at the Centennial Concert Hall this season. - TREVOR HAGAN / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Le Ombré features acrobats and dancers using their silhouettes to create shadow art on both sides of a large screen. - TREVOR HAGAN / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Le Ombré features acrobats and dancers using their silhouettes to create shadow art on both sides of a large screen. - TREVOR HAGAN / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Le Ombré features acrobats and dancers using their silhouettes to create shadow art on both sides of a large screen. - TREVOR HAGAN / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Le Ombré features acrobats and dancers using their silhouettes to create shadow art on both sides of a large screen. Le Ombre, a part of the WSO pops series at the Centennial Concert Hall, Saturday, November 9, 2013. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS) - TREVOR HAGAN / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Le Ombré features acrobats and dancers using their silhouettes to create shadow art on both sides of a large screen. - TREVOR HAGAN / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Le Ombré features acrobats and dancers using their silhouettes to create shadow art on both sides of a large screen. - TREVOR HAGAN / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Le Ombré features acrobats and dancers using their silhouettes to create shadow art on both sides of a large screen. - TREVOR HAGAN / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

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