Winnipeg Singers consists of 24 trained voices under the direction of Yuri Klaz. Four concerts are performed each season.​

Winnipeg Singers 2012

Precise entries and forward motion highlighted the Gloria, which, with its reverent joy was truly glorious. Tempo changes were seamless in the Credo as Klaz kept this flowing, separate parts wafting in and out like ribbons of silk.
— Winnipeg Free Press

The Winnipeg Singers

The Winnipeg Singers consists of 24 trained voices. The Singers regularly appear as guests of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, and have given concerts and workshops for social agencies, business firms, and schools. read more –>

Artistic Director

Yuri Klaz, celebrates his 14th season as Artistic Director of The Winnipeg Singers. Born in Russia, he was awarded the prestigious title, "Honoured Artist of Russia" by decree of President Boris Yeltzin in 1995. Mr. Klaz came to Canada in 2000. read more –>

Best Choir at International Festival

The highlight of The Winnipeg Singers' European Tour, July 2016, took place at the Florence International Choir Festival where the Singers were the winners of the Golden David, the award that goes to the best overall choir at the competition. The Singers also won two of the three categories they entered: chamber choir and sacred. read more –>

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2017-18 Season

Concert 1

and Remembrance

Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017
Westminster United Church

We collaborate again with the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra to bring you Te Deum by Arvo Pärt, Sunrise Mass by Ola Gjeilo, and selections from Eleanor Daley’s Requiem

Concert 2

Gaudete! Christus Est Natus!
A Medieval Christmas

Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017
Crescent Fort Rouge United Church

A Day for Dancing by Lloyd Pfautsch, along with a collection of other medieval carols. Invited guests Susan and Paul Hammer will offer traditional music.

Concert 3

Icons & Incense VI

Sunday, March 4, 2018 3:00pm
Young United Church

Installment six of our very popular Icons & Incense series. The major work will be Alexander Kastalsky’s Russian Requiem, written in 1918 to commemorate the end of World War I. We celebrate the 100th anniversary of this event and of this work.

Concert 4

Accent on Youth: Young Canadian Talents

Sunday, May 6, 2018, 3:00pm
Westworth United Church

We are excited to have the Winnipeg Boys’ Choir as invited guests at this concert.