Sunday Edition | May 10, 2010 | 8:49

WSO Composer in-Residence Vincent Ho (Interview)

The Composer in Residence of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Vincent Ho, meets with Michael in the Fort Garry Hotel to talk about the relationship between music and landscape.

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