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Meet our Classic Kid of the Month for March Benjamin!

Benjamin is 6-years-old and was nominated by his dad Paulo Borges. He received a $50 gift certificate from Toad Hall Toys! Read the touching entry Paulo wrote about his son here!

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Classic 107 Is Now Available on Radioplayer Canada

The new smartphone and computer app has been launched by Canadian broadcasters.

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This week on Intermezzo: Dvořák Works Inspired by the U.S.

Tune in every day at 1 PM to hear a different work inspired by Dvořák's time (for better of for worse) in America. From 'The American' to his 'New World Symphony', host Chiris Wolf will feature a complete recording of these incredible works of music.

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MCO Guest Conductor Gemma New and Bassist Sam Casseday in the Diamond Lane

Wednesday night (Mar 29) Gemma and Sam join the MCO at Westminster United Church as conductor and featured soloist for a concert featuring young prodigies. But first, these two prodigal voices of classical music were Sarah Jo's guests live in the studio! Missed it? Watch the video here!

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Mid-week Musicology Episode 50: Slava!

 The most beloved and influential cellist of the 20th century, we explore Mstislav Rostropovich's journey from Soviet superstardom to exile and rebirth as an international humanitarian hero.

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U of M-based Composer Showcasing Work at Zabathon II

A composer based out of the University of Manitoba is about to debut his first opera.

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No Shortage of Events in Winnipeg During Spring Break

Parents who will be home with their kids won't have a shortage of things to do during this spring break. Check out our list of events you can take in this week here and you'll see there's plenty to do for the whole family. 

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Advocate for Low-Income Manitobans Dies

The Director of Hunger and Poverty Awareness at Winnipeg Harvest is remembering a longtime volunteer as a person from which he learned a tremendous amount.

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Composer/Curator Gordon Fitzell in the Diamond Lane

Electric guitar quartet Instruments of Happiness is set to share their joy with Winnipeg audiences  Wednesday (March 29) at the West End Cultural Centre. GroundSwell Curator Gordon Fitzell stopped by the station to tell host Sarah Jo Kirsch all about this next exciting installment of Groundswell's 16/17 season. Missed it? Watch the video here!

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Two Educators Head WAG's Indigenous Advisory Circle

The Winnipeg Art Gallery has named two co-chairs of its newly formed Indigenous Advisory Circle.

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Producing Hope and Food Accessibility Overseas

As spring seeding grows nearer, Manitobans can help people in need overseas by becoming virtual farmers through the Canadian Foodgrains Bank.

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Salvation Army helping more asylum seekers than expected

The Salvation Army's role as a temporary home for asylum seekers coming into Manitoba is a somewhat bigger role than anticipated.

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