Centennial Concert Hall using the pandemic shutdown to make significant renovations
When the doors of the province's largest multipurpose performing arts hall reopen to the public, prepare to kick up your heels.
Not just the resumption of ballet, opera and live music at the Centennial Concert Hall will be worth celebrating, but because upcoming renovations will uncover a large section of wood flooring on the Piano Nobile level, said Robert Olson, CEO of Manitoba Centennial Centre Corp., which operates the hall.
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