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Musical training began with trips to relatively nearby Winnipeg to study with the redoubtable Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra conductor, Walter Kauffimann, and continued at the Royal Academy of Music in London, England.
He has toured Canada from coast-to-coast, appeared on nationally televised concerts, and been invited to perform with the world-renowned Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.
By Anne Midgette WASHINGTONAuJauvon Gilliam, for seven years a timpanist with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, really, really wanted to win the vacant timpani position with the National Symphony Orchestra when the opening was announced last year.
In Western Canada, the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra locked out its players in October; the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra followed suit in December; and the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra's players withdrew their services in February, after an announcement that the ESO's conductor would be let go in June.
For arts events, Winnipeg's offerings include the renowned Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, an annual jazz festival each June and theatre festivals.
The Royal Winnipeg Ballet and Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra astound audiences each year with brilliant works.
At centre stage is the Royal Winnipeg Ballet celebrating its 54th anniversary, bracketed by the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra in its 45th year and the Manitoba Theatre Centre with its 35th anniversary.
Directed by MO General Director and CEO Larry Desrochers, the production featured an expanded Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, led by Tyrone Paterson.