Women's Musical Club of Winnipeg

The Women’s Musical Club of Winnipeg was founded in 1894 by six women determined to bring classical music to the prairie frontier. Since those early days, the club has operated continuously, surviving world wars, the Great Depression and pandemics. WMC was the first musical organization to bring emerging artists to Winnipeg, some of whom were just surfacing at the time. Notable guests have included Sergei Rachmaninoff, Anton Kuerti, Teresa Stratas, Maureen Forrester, and Glenn Gould. More recently their stage has welcomed James Ehnes, Jasper Wood, Elliot Madore, the Chooi Brothers, and Alexei Volodin. WMC’s long list of award winners includes such luminaries as Tomson Highway, Keri-Lynn Wilson, and Tracy Dahl.
This year WMC celebrates its 130th anniversary with a series of concerts in intimate settings that create unique, up-close-and personal experiences that its audiences have come to anticipate and love. Read all about them and about their scholarship competition opportunities by going to the website, where you will also find tickets.
WMC warmly welcomes you to share this milestone with them.