Two nights of celebration will highlight what the Manitoba Conservatory of Music & Arts has to offer.
An open house September 1 and 3 will include performances by faculty members Ian Hodges, Heitha Forsyth, Jacqueline Harding and Rebecca Paulding.
“These evenings offer visitors the opportunity to try different instruments and have fun making music,” said MCMA executive director Norine Harty.
“We are offering facility tours and free consultations with music instructors, a great way to introduce music lessons to children, teens and adults.”
The family-friendly event will also see an instrument “petting zoo,” free introductory lessons in early childhood music, guitar, voice and musical theatre.
The free open houses will run from 6-8 p.m. at Bryce Hall on the University of Winnipeg campus.