Category: Arts, Culture & Entertainment
The Lake of the Woods Concert Group has been offering a professional series of concerts to the City of Kenora and surrounding area for over 40 years. We endeavour to provide a varied selection of artists to appeal to a cross section of concertgoers.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND COMMITMENT STATEMENT We acknowledge that the land on which The Muse is set is the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe, territory covered by Treaty #3, signed in 1873, and the Treaty Adhesion signed by the Métis in 1875.The Muse commits to embrace and live the values known as The Seven Grandfathers – respect, love, truth, bravery, wisdom, generosity and humility – values we all esteem. It is our commitment that we will, to the best of our ability, live out these values in our work and purposes so that we can build and strengthen relationships with Indigenous communities and individuals; represent their history and culture accurately and respectively; involve their members in our work from a position of humility and an attitude of learning so that what we do and present here at the Museum and at the Art Centre will be honest and honouring.Come and visit the museum to learn more about the intriguing history of Lake of the Woods.
TrypTych Concert and Opera is one of Toronto’s most enterprising musical producers. It was formed by Edward Franko, William Shookhoff and Lenard Whiting in the fall of 1999. All are well-known performers, producers, and directors (stage and music) who bring a wealth of experience to concert and operatic production. Over its history, TrypTych has received critical acclaim for its contemporary opera productions like the Canadian premiere of Frid’s The Diary of Anne Frank, the Canadian premiere (in concert) of Wolf’s Der Correigdor, and the world premiere of Canadian composer Andrew Ager’s Frankenstein. TrypTych has also extended its reach across Ontario, to England and to the Czech Republic. TrypTych over its 19-year history in Toronto regularly produced seasons that include dchoral concerts by its in-house chamber choir, Ensemble TrypTych Chamber Choir; cabaret concerts and opera/musical productions. TrypTych has moved to Northwestern Ontario to the city of Kenora. We have exciting plans for the future of Vocal Arts in the Northwest, as well as continuing our long association with the Toronto community.