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Performances & Events

The Conservatory presents a variety of youth and professional performances throughout the year. Find event information on our Facebook page or on the University Events page. All events take place at the College Avenue Campus (2155 College Avenue) unless otherwise specified or are available to join through remote delivery (video conference). Learn more about our Zoom Rules & Guidelines

If you are looking for student recitals, you can find information on our Private Lessons > Recitals page.

Conservatory Summer Creative Camp Open House

Join us on Saturday, June 18 from 9:00am - 2:00pm for FREE drop-in activities for families with kids of all ages at the College Avenue Campus (2155 College Avenue). Our summer Creative Camp staff will have activity stations set-up in CB 139, 136, and 132 (ground floor classrooms). Staff will also be available to tour families around the building to get familiar with the beautiful College Avenue Campus. This open house is perfect for those already registered in camps who want to get familiar with our space. It is also great for those who are thinking about attending our camps and want to learn more. We hope to see you and your kids here! Please note: an adult must attend with any children present at this event. Supervision is NOT being provided by staff.

Find and share the event on Facebook: Summer Camp Open House.

Conservatory String & Orchestra Program Spring Showcase

Join students from the University of Regina Conservatory of Performing Arts for an afternoon of delightful string and orchestral music. Performing groups in performance order include our:

  • Conservatory Youth Strings Program - this violin/cello group for ages 3-7 is a Suzuki based beginner program. After starting in Private Lessons, this program helps students first begin how to play in unison as an ensemble while building community with other string families. This program is led by Joel MacDonald (cello), Karley Parovsky (violin), Rudolf Sternadel (violin), and Jonathan Ward (viola/violin). With accompaniment by Michael Dymund and musicianship classes taught by September Russell.
  • Conservatory Youth String Orchestra - this next level up from our Youth Strings Program is for students with 2-3 years experience playing violin or cello. This orchestral program is where students start to play more intensive pieces in parts. Students are ages 8-12. This group is directed by Adrian Casas (violin/conductor).
  • Conservatory Youth Orchestra with the Regina Community Orchestra - running concurrently in 2021-22, the Conservatory Youth Orchestra offers students ages 12-16 with only 2 years experience in orchestral brass, winds, and strings the opportunity to learn alongside adult community members playing in the Regina Community Orchestra. Both groups are non-audition based and for any players with basic skills playing their instruments. All orchestral instrument players in the community are welcome to join either group! Both of these groups are directed by Adrian Casas (violin/conductor).

Learn more about the Conservatory's ensemble music programs: Musicianship & Orchestra. Share the Event on Facebook. Please note: masks will be mandatory and Proof of Vaccinations will be required for all audience members. This event takes place at Darke Hall (U of R College Avenue Campus, 2255 College Avenue, Regina, SK, view Parking Maps).

Download the Performance Program here: String & Orchestra Program Spring Showcase Program

Event Dates Time Ticket Price Ticket Link
String & Orchestra Program Showcase Sun, May 29, 2022 1:30pm (doors open), 2:00pm (program starts) $8 in advance, $10 at the door Buy Advance Tickets from the Darke Hall Website

Musical Theatre Showcase

Join students from the University of Regina Conservatory of Performing Art Musical Theatre Program for two evenings of singing, dancing, and fun! These events take place at Darke Hall (U of R College Avenue Campus, 2255 College Avenue, Regina, SK, view Parking Maps).

  • Day 1 includes performances from Glee classes taught by Katie Nadoroznick, Alyssa Woolhether, and Fallon Hantelman-Stewart. Music from Mary Poppins and Sing.
  • Day 2 includes performances from Glee classes taught by Karen Rose and Kirsten Hinz/Erika Folnović. Music from The Lion King, ABBA, Rock Around the 50’s, and more.

Running time is approximately 1 hour to 1.5 hours. Seats are general admission, seating is rush (first come, first served). Masks are mandatory at the performance. Online tickets are available for purchase by credit card only. Tickets may be available at the door (cash only), pending a sell-out.

Download the Performance Program here: Musical Theatre Showcase Program

Event Dates Time Ticket Price Ticket Link
Musical Theatre Showcase Wed, May 4 (Day 1) & Fri, May 6 (Day 2) 6:00pm (doors open), 6:30pm (program starts) $5/seat/day Buy Tickets for the Musical Theatre Showcase

Summer Conservatory Instructor Mini Concert Series

The Conservatory presented a variety of unique mini solo concerts in the summer of 2021. Performers were also instructors who teach lessons in our Private Lesson music studios. These concerts were part educational experience and part celebration of our wonderful instructors and presented on Zoom either live or with prerecorded video. 

Watch the full playlist on YouTube or individual concerts below.

Concert Information & Video
Carmen Constantinescu (violin) presented "Short Musical Gems for Violin" on Sat, Jul 10 at 2pm.
Renée Coghill (guitar) presented "Classical Guitar Through the Ages" on Sat, Jul 31 at 2pm.
Cécile Denis (harp) presented "Celtic vs. Classical Harp" on Sat, Aug 7 at 2pm.
Alyssa Woolhether (voice) presented "Paris in the 1920's through Song" on Sat, Aug 21 at 2pm.