Regina Symphony Women's Association
Since the 1930s, the Regina Symphony Women’s Association (RSWA) has played a key role in fundraising and volunteer work with the RSO. The RSWA members volunteer at Board events, help the administrative staff, run the box office during Chamber Concerts at Government House, pour coffee at post-concert receptions following performances at the Conexus Arts Centre and organize their own fundraising events. The RSWA Boutique has been a feature in the lobby of the Conexus Arts Centre at almost every RSO performance, offering a carefully curated assortment of music-related gifts and other unique treasures. Shop the RSWA Boutique in the lobby of the Conexus Arts Centre at every RSO performance. We accept cash, cheque or credit card (Visa or MasterCard).
The RSWA organize fundraising events. Check back for more updates!
On Symphony nights in the lobby of the Conexus Art Centre you can find a table covered with a fascinating array of merchandise.
Carefully curated to appeal to concertgoers, and limited only by space and portability, the RSWA Boutique aims to provide a pleasant shopping diversion before and after the concert and during intermission.
The Regina Symphony Women‘s Association (RSWA) originated in the early 1930s as a Ladies‘ Auxiliary to the Regina Symphony Orchestra,
for which it carried out most of the administrative functions. Besides being the Symphony‘s main fundraisers, the women in the Auxiliary also attended to publicity, promotion and education. The RSWA also looked after the guest artists, and generally acted as hostesses.
For more information about the RSWA please contact Sharon Eisbrenner at: