Special Projects

The Conservatory is committed to building a strong and engaged arts community. Our Special Projects provide opportunity for the Conservatory to be a catalyst for inspired practices and unique performing arts opportunities. We hope through building connections between artists in our community and empowering learners and arts educators, we can strengthen our arts community.

The Music & Dance Project

In this unique interdisciplinary program, student musicians will work with dancer and choreographer Karen Rose to interpret her work through music. This project will culminate in a performance, you can find more information on our Performances & Events page. Don't miss out on this unique experience!

Find out more about this project by reading through our Music & Dance Project Information Sheet

Participate in the Project Fall 2017

There are only four spots available to student musicians/ensembles to participate in this project. To be eligible students must:

  • plan to return to music studies at the Conservatory in the Fall 2017
  • play an instrument, be a singer, play in a student ensemble, or write compositions that can be played by another musician
  • be ages 11 or older (adult students are welcome to apply)
  • have 4 or more years of study in their instrument OR have previous compositions to present to the jury
  • have support from their Private Lesson instructor to participate (as they will provide coaching throughout the project)
  • be available for the dates needed for rehearsals (Oct 1, Nov 20, 27, and others as determined while the project is in session)
  • agree to be photographed and documented through the project through use by the Conservatory on our social media, website, and others as deemed necessary and appropriate for the documentation and advertisement for this project

Apply to participate: Music & Dance Project Application Form  Applications are due Monday, September 18th at 4:30pm to the Conservatory Program Coordinator.

Some funding for this program has been provided by the Saskatchewan Arts Board through their Artists in Communities Grant program. Program support provided by the Artesian and the Faculty of Education.