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UPDATE: All programs are being offered exclusively through REMOTE and ONLINE DELIVERY in Spring and Summer 2021. Summer registration opens April 15. Click on the course links below for details or learn more on our About The Conservatory page.


Workshops at the Conservatory happen throughout the year in a variety of arts interest areas. Head to our Facebook to view our Events pages and share the listings with your family and friends!

Summer Workshop Series

Our Summer Workshop Series features a variety of workshops for the whole family taught by our Private Lesson instructors. Workshops vary from participatory (bring your instrument) to lecture based courses. See our Performances & Events page for Mini Concerts this summer with our Private Lesson instructors. All workshops are $10 each.

Download and share the Summer Workshop Series Flyer

Date Ages Workshop Instructor Workshop Title & Registration Link
Thu, Jul 8, 7-8pm 14+ Alyssa Woolhether (voice) Healthy Belting 101
Mon, Jul 12, 7-8pm 16+ Renée Coghill (guitar) Play Popular Guitar Songs with 3 Chords
Wed, Jul 21, 5-6pm 4-6 Allison Luff (piano) Introduction to Music
Wed, Jul 28, 7-8pm 6+ Cécile Denis (harp) Enjoy Harp Lessons
Wed, Aug 4, 6-7pm 6+ Margaret Carey (violin) An Introduction to Fiddle Music
Tue, Aug 17, 6-7pm 10+ Cory Cristoph (guitar) Classical Music History & the Guitar

Adult Group Program Samplers

Join us this summer to take in one time course samplers before registering for fall programs. Learn more about our group programs available for teens and adults. Samplers are $10 each. If you are looking for summer program samplers for youth (ages 16 and under) please see our Summer Day Camps.

Download and share the Group Program Sampler Flyer

Date Ages Sampler Instructor Sampler Title & Registration Link
Thu, Jul 15, 7-8pm 16+ Karen Rose (contemporary dance) Contemporary Dance
Mon, Jul 19, 7-8pm 16+ Vanessa Nezamloo (theatre) Acting 101 for Adults
Thu, Jul 29, 7-8pm 13+ Adrian Casas (conductor) The Virtual Orchestra Experience
Thu, Aug 12, 7-8pm 16+ Alyssa Woolhether (voice) Vocal Identity & Songwriting: An Artist's Journey Finding Her Voice
Wed, Aug 18, 6-7pm 16+ Katelyn Ironstar (beadwork) Beadwork Artist Talk
Wed, Aug 25, 6-7pm 16+ Lori Potter (piano, choir director) Virtual Choir Sing-a-long

Journeys in Music Videos

Ever wonder if music is the right career for you? Wonder what your teacher does all day when they aren't teaching students? Journeys in Music are conversations with musicians of all types. At the heart of these dialogues is building understanding about how a musician or artist is made. How did they start playing? What inspired their studies? What was their journey to becoming a musician?

These conversations are perfect for music students, artists, musicians, and community members interested in storytelling and learning more about the life of professional musicians.

To view the conversations that took place between January and May 2021, please check out our Journeys in Music playlist on YouTube.

Journeys in Music is supported by the Saskatchewan Orchestral Association (SOA) through their Project Grant program, which is supported by funding from the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund for Sport, Culture and Recreation through SaskCulture.

Have an Idea for a Workshop?

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