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Strings

About Our Classes

At the Conservatory string instruments are our specialty. Toddlers to seniors can learn to play this exciting instrument family. More class information can be found in our online registration system or by clicking on the course links below. Browse all of our registration options.

Program Term Delivery Method Courses Ages
Campfire Guitar Fall In Person 16+
Campfire Guitar Winter In Person 16+
Conservatory Youth String Orchestra Full Year In Person 7-12
Ukulele Fall In Person 18+
Ukulele Winter In Person 18+
Youth Strings Program Full Year In Person
  • See our Early Learning page for more information about this beginner cello/violin program
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*Previous playing or course pre-requisite required before joining this program. Check for details.

If you are interested in learning more about string instruments like cello, guitar, harp, and violin, we recommend taking Private Music Lessons at this time.

Campfire Guitar

Learn how to strum and sing along to your favourite songs with Renée Coghill. Campfire Guitar Beginners will introduce adult students to their first chords, singing while playing, and tuning their instrument all in a fun and supportive environment. Campfire Guitar Intermediate is for anyone with basic knowledge of major/minor chords or equivalent experience such as taking Campfire Guitar Beginners (formerly Campfire Guitar Level 1). This program is HYBRID. Choose between either taking the program remotely (via Zoom) or in person. Both the remote and in-person students will be in the class at the same time. Join with a family member or friend from outside Regina and learn together at the same time!

Ukulele

An introduction to Hawaii’s small but mighty guitar-like musical instrument, students will learn to strum, chord and accompany songs. This course is led at a slower pace than our Campfire Guitar. Even if you are not a senior and would appreciate a slower paced course, all adults regardless of age are welcome to join! This program is led by Gary Barbero.

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