McNally Robinson Booksellers is thrilled to officially join the Winnipeg Folk Fest family with our new store at the festival: Music, Merch, and More by McNally Robinson Booksellers.
We're proud to partner with the renowned festival by offering artist and festival merchandise along with a selection of music, books, toys, games, and other items that will complement your Folk Fest experience. We'll be filling a tent that's more than twice the size of our shop at The Forks, so we'll have plenty of items to browse! And as a bonus, your Reader Reward Card will apply like it does in the bookstore, meaning you can enjoy a 10% discount on most items in the tent.
The Winnipeg Folk Fest runs from July 9 to 12, 2020. For more information on the festival and to purchase tickets, please visit their website.Categories: Music, Store News, Winnipeg
Looking for something different to kick off your weekend? McNally Robinson Booksellers has partnered with the Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra (WJO) on two classes in March and April—both of which will be taught by professor, musician and composer Sean Irvine.
Each class is a unique opportunity to gain a greater appreciation of jazz music. Click on the titles below to learn more about and/or register for each session.
- Lady Soul: The Story of Aretha Franklin (March 13)—There's a story behind each of this great singer, songwriter and activist's monumental achievements.
- The Lick (April 3 & 26)—A composition and arranging workshop where participants help build the framework to a new composition, AND the cost includes a ticket to the WJO's Carpathian Blues concert on April 26.
View all upcoming music classes here!Categories: Music, Winnipeg, Community Classroom
For anyone who loves learning, but may not have a lot of extra time during their busy week, our Community Classroom offers weekend courses too.
Starting in September, you can make your own Mandala, learn about the women of rock and roll, take poetry classes with Winnipeg’s very own Poet Laureate, discover the benefits of Indian spices, or indulge your inner foodie with a decadent chocolate or wine and cheese tasting (or both!).
Keep reading for a list of weekend classes coming up in fall 2019!
- Celebrating International Chocolate
- Contemporary Poetries 3.0
- Respect: The Women of Rock (John Einarson teaches rock history classes every Friday!)
- Mandalas and Meditation
- Wine & Cheese Tasting
- Spices of Life: The Benefits of Indian Spices
Categories: Poetry, Fun, Music, Winnipeg, Community Classroom
Music CDs & Records
Liona Boyd. No Remedy for Love. CD $14.99. The winner of five Juno Awards and known the world over as “The First Lady of the Guitar,” Boyd has released twenty-eight albums, spanning a wide range of styles. The central theme of her new album is love in its many incarnations, from love for the planet and animals to romantic love and love for the place she now calls home. No Remedy for Love was inspired by the melodic folk, pop and classical music she grew up with and embraces a variety of influences across its seventeen tracks. (Universal. August)
Vijay Iyer Sextet. Far From Over. CD $16.99. His fifth release for ECM since 2014 finds the keyboardist-composer and his dynamic sextet reaching a new peak. Furthering an artistry that led The Guardian to call Iyer "one of the world's most inventive new-generation jazz pianists" Far From Over features a wealth of jazz history even as it pushes boldly forward.The music ranges from the thrillingly explosive to the cathartically elegiac, with melodic hooks, entrancing atmosphere, rhythmic muscle and an elemental spirit all part of the allure. (Universal. August)
See more of our Sights & Sounds, including DVDs & Blu-Rays, after the jump...Categories: Music, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, movies
This year, Record Store Day falls on Saturday, April 16th.
And yes, McNally Robinson will be taking part in the festivities. Just like in years past, we will be featuring dozens of special LPs that are available exclusively at independent RSD retailers like us and only on RSD.
Stock will be limited for most titles, so we suggest you join us early. Depending on the crowd, we may limit your selection just so that others can have a chance to pick up some unique albums.
If you're curious about which titles we're expecting, feel free to give us a call and ask for our Music staff (Winnipeg 204-475-0483, Saskatoon 306-955-3599). We'll point out that we don't always receive every RSD album that we expect, but we can let you know what we've ordered.Categories: Music, Store News, Saskatoon, Winnipeg
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