Opening Night Concert

Be Fabulous in Winnipeg!

The Rainbow Harmony Project 50 voiced mixed choir (winners 2 years running of the best mixed adult choir at the Winnipeg Music Festival) are very excited about preparing a fabulous concert to open Unison 2010 in Winnipeg.


Special guests include Deborah Romeyn and Edward Ledson.

Edward Ledson is a fixture in Winnipeg's arts scene, (what is he, a bathtub?) Edward combines a career of performing, directing and designing, having graced stages across the country from Victoria to Charlottetown. He stirred Trouble with a capital "T" at Rainbow Stage and choreographed a plant (Little Shop of Horrors @ Persephone), sang for Mary Kay (Shirley McLaine) and directed animals into the arc (Noye's Fludde for Manitoba Chamber Orchestra), performed in over 100 shows at the Hollow Mug and costumed 5 seasons of CTV's the Rockets, chatted with Capote and designed the Canada Games ceremonies and "hey, he's still here!"


Deborah Romeyn – feet firmly planted in the Prairies, eyes focused on the human spirit. She is Manitoba’s original renaissance woman – high school biology teacher by morning, massage therapist by afternoon, singer/songwriter by inspiration.

Deborah’s songs speak of common experience – renewed love in a long-standing relationship, winter weather, carefree weekend days – that she links in metaphorical ways to life on the Prairies and on the shores of Lake Winnipeg. website






GALA Choruses Choir has unfortunately had to withdraw from their anticipated performance at the Opening Night Concert.













Opening Night Concert


Available at:
The Happy Cooker, Kustom Kulture, McNally Robinson Booksellers, Rainbow Resource Centre, online at and from RHP members


Includes the CHOCOLATE FANTASY RECEPTION with Unison delegates at the Delta Hotel.

Available online at and from RHP members


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