Workshops

Workshops at the Conservatory happen throughout the year in a variety of arts interest areas.

For Students

Build Your Own Harp Workshops (ages 16+)

Join Cécile Denis, harp instructor and player, to build a harp from a kit. Participants will take their harps home at the end of the session.

Summer Flamenco Workshop (ages 16+)

The Conservatory of Performing Arts and Flamenco Regina are excited to welcome Barbara Diaz back to Regina for our summer flamenco workshops! We are also very fortunate to have Regina's premier flamenco guitarist Peter Dickof working with Barbara for these sessions.

  • The Beginner 2 Workshop (6:45-8pm) is for students who have some flamenco experience, for example, completion of at least one term in Beginner 1 Flamenco through the Conservatory. We will focus on posture, arm movement, basic footwork, marking, turns and compas, while learning Solea rhythm and choreography.
  • The Intermediate/Advanced Workshop (5:30-6:45pm) is for students who have at least four years of flamenco dance experience. We will focus on: more intricate footwork; communication/ interaction between guitarist, singer, and dancer; structure of the dance; and expression, while learning Solea choreography.

Register for both workshops: Online Registration. Call our Student Services Office: 306-585-5748, if you are experiencing any issues with registration or to register over the phone.

For Classrooms

Child/Parent Strings In School Workshops (Kindergarten - Grade 1/2) - A violinist and cellist will come to your classroom and teach your students about string instruments. Student will learn music basics and explore what it means to be a string musician. By the end of the session students will know string instrument terminology and a short song on violin or cello. More information can be found in the program pamphlet below. All Spring 2019 sessions have been booked, check back for sessions in the 2019-20 school year. C/P Strings In School Workshop Information. Some funding provided by the Saskatchewan Orchestral Association, Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund for Sport, Culture and Recreation, and SaskCulture, Inc.

Have an Idea for a Workshop?

Submit it using our Course Idea Form