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Workshops

UPDATE: All programs are being offered exclusively through REMOTE and ONLINE DELIVERY in Fall 2020 and Winter 2021. 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.

Journeys in Music Talks

How do musicians and artists build unique pathways for their passions and art practices?

These FREE virtual talks 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. Talks will include a 45 minute video conference conversation with the below musicians and the Conservatory Head Christa Eidsness then 15 minutes at the end for questions and answers.

Please note: talks will be recorded. If you keep your camera and microphone off during the video conference call, you will not be included in the recording. Questions can be submitted through the chat function for those who do not wish to be recorded.

Date Ages Speaker Registration Link
Saturday, February 20, 1:30pm 10+ Chris Jones (bass) will talk about his life as a double bassist with the Regina Symphony Orchestra. Chris will be asked about how he got interested in music and what inspires him to keep playing. Register for Chris's Talk
Saturday, March 6, 11:00am 10+ Hyon Suk Kim (clarinet) will tell you what’s it like to be the principal clarinetist of the Regina Symphony Orchestra. In this conversation with Hyon Suk we will explore her start in music, what’s on her playlist, and what she’s passionate about. Register for Hyon Suk's Talk
Saturday, March 13, 1:30pm 10+ Kerry-Anne Kutz (soprano) is an active singer and teacher based in Montreal, Quebec. A graduate of both the University of Saskatoon and the Université de Montréal, Kerry-Anne has performed in every province in Canada and is a key organizer of the Festival de la Voix in Montreal. Register for Kerry-Anne's Talk
Saturday, March 20, 11:00am 10+ Karley Parovsky (violin) is a teacher, performer, and fiddler based in Regina, Saskatchewan. Karley is beloved by her students and has a passion for teaching beginners. She plays with the Regina Symphony Orchestra and teaches group fiddle classes. Register for Karley's Talk
Saturday, March 27, 11:00 am 10+ Originally from Regina, Amy Hillis (violin) is a performer and educator now based in Toronto, Ontario. Amy is a founding member and manager of the Horizon String Quartet. With the quartet, Amy has performed 200 interactive concerts for more than 10,000 young people in 100 different Canadian cities. Register for Amy's Talk
Saturday, April 10, 11:00 am 10+ Anna Norris (bassoon) is the Principal Bassoon with the Regina Symphony Orchestra and the Regina Symphony Chamber Players. She has performed across southern Ontario and now makes her home in Regina. Register for Anna's Talk

Saturday, May 1, 11:00 am

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Jean-Louis Bleau (choral conductor) is an active choral conductor in Calgary, Alberta. He is the artistic director of Choral Programs at Mount Royal Conservatory where is current the Interim Director.  He is also a sessional Instructor at the University of Calgary where he directs the University of Calgary Chamber Choir. Register for Jean-Louis' Talk

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.

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