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Musicianship and Theory

UPDATE: All Group Classes are being offered exclusively through REMOTE and ONLINE DELIVERY in Fall 2020. Click on the course links below for details or learn more on our About The Conservatory page.

About Our Classes

Music theory is the language of music and can provide the foundation for many uses from songwriting to music appreciation. Musicianship classes are all about building your skills as a musician and often include explorations of music theory put into practical usage ranging from guided listening to honing technique in your instrument area.

In Fall 2020, we will only be registering from September-December (in previous years full year enrollment was available in September). An additional intake will be available Winter 2021. 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 Courses Ages
Regina Community Orchestra Fall RCO Group Class 13+

Regina Community Orchestra

The Regina Community Orchestra is open to adults and older youth who want to play symphonic music (strings, winds, brass, percussion) both classical and contemporary. This affordable ensemble provides an opportunity for members to play music that they enjoy, develop their musical skills further, and socialize with others having similar interests. This course is open to anyone without audition; however, basic instrumental and musical skills are necessary since the orchestra's principal objective is improving playing for intermediate/advanced players.

Due to the remote delivery format of this program this fall, there will be no ensemble rehearsals. Instead the RCO Group Class will primarily focus on three curriculum areas:

  • Repertoire Analysis: instructional videos and/or video conferences with the conductor will introduce players to the repertoire, help players analyze the musical elements in the repertoire, and provide direction on the artistic objectives of the repertoire.
  • Individual Improvement: assignments will be provided in your instrument area based on the repertoire selections, helping you build goals to improve your current playing level.
  • Group Clinics: we will also be providing special clinics throughout the term in your instrument area using the group's repertoire as the guide. This will provide opportunity to get feedback on your playing and ideas for improving technique and musicality.

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