Workshops

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

For Students

Improvisation Workshop

Join us to preview our Jam Session (Group Improvisation Workshop) course available in Winter 2018. Free to attend, all are welcome. Bring your instrument, if you are able. Details: Wed, Nov 29 from 5:30-7:00pm, Palliser Building, room 212.

For Educators

Music Teacher's Toolbox Series

These are workshops meant to provide professional development and information to music educators in Regina and area. These sessions are suited for music education students, private lesson instructors who teach at home or through a performing arts school, classroom music teachers, and all others educators.

  • Nov 17, 2017 - Regina Music Festival New Registration Process: join us to learn the new online registration system for RMF 2018: MusicFestivalSuite. Session will be facilitated by Karen Klassen, Production Manager at the RMFA. This informational session is FREE. Session capacity is 40 people. Register online. Find the event on Facebook. Details: 12-1:30pm, Palliser Building, room 212.

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 sessions for 2017 have been booked.

Some funding provided by the Saskatchewan Orchestral Association, Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund for Sport, Culture and Recreation, and SaskCulture, Inc.

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