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Four Horns and Beethoven

Mary Helen Johnston and Katie Wilson.

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Mary Helen Johnston and Katie Wilson. (MARIAH PHILLIPS / BRANDON SUN)

Alicja and Jan Brancewicz.

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Alicja and Jan Brancewicz. (MARIAH PHILLIPS / BRANDON SUN)

Braeden McBurney and Julianne Bercier.

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Braeden McBurney and Julianne Bercier. (MARIAH PHILLIPS / BRANDON SUN)

Michael Cox and Ann Germani.

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Michael Cox and Ann Germani. (MARIAH PHILLIPS / BRANDON SUN)

Four extremely talented Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra horn players were showcased on Jan. 19 at the Westman Manitoba Centennial Auditorium.

Patricia Evans, Kenneth MacDonald, Caroline Oberheu, and Michiko Singh are known for creating compelling harmonic textures, at times rising from the background for brief, colourful melodic interjections.

In Robert Schumann’s Konzertstück for Four Horns and Orchestra, they were at the heart of the musical action.

The next Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra concert in Brandon will be on March 16 at 3 p.m. and will feature guest violinist Augustin Hadelich in Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto in E minor.

As well, soprano Valdine Anderson will join the ensemble for Mahler’s "Symphony No. 4." For tickets call the WMCA at 204-728-9510.

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition February 1, 2014

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Four extremely talented Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra horn players were showcased on Jan. 19 at the Westman Manitoba Centennial Auditorium.

Patricia Evans, Kenneth MacDonald, Caroline Oberheu, and Michiko Singh are known for creating compelling harmonic textures, at times rising from the background for brief, colourful melodic interjections.

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Four extremely talented Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra horn players were showcased on Jan. 19 at the Westman Manitoba Centennial Auditorium.

Patricia Evans, Kenneth MacDonald, Caroline Oberheu, and Michiko Singh are known for creating compelling harmonic textures, at times rising from the background for brief, colourful melodic interjections.

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