Link Up is an interactive music experience for Grades 3–6 students in Regina and southern Saskatchewan. Students learn songs to sing and play on recorder throughout the winter semester culminating in an interactive concert at the Conexus Arts Centre with the RSO! More than 3,000 students and teachers from five school divisions participate each year, many experiencing a live orchestra for the first time.
Arcola School Violin Program
The Arcola School Violin Program provides the opportunity for students at Arcola Community School to take weekly group violin lessons with RSO musicians. The students learn a variety of repertoire, perform throughout the year, and develop a love for music. The students and families also receive complimentary tickets to attend RSO concerts.
Share the Music
The RSO “Shares the Music” by offering concert tickets to children, families and other adults who otherwise do not have financial resources to attend. More than 500 tickets are provided to partnering organizations each year.
Free Library Series
The RSO presents six free concerts featuring RSO ensembles. Each performance features different musicians and arrangements – you’ll never hear the same piece twice. All performances are held at the Regina Public Library, Central Library Mezzanine from 2:00 pm–3:00 pm, unless otherwise stated.
Thank you to our sponsors Dr. Roberta McKay and Elmer Brenner!
RSO in Schools
Each year, the Regina Symphony Chamber Players visit 30 schools and offer an educational and engaging musical presentation. During the 2020–21 season RSO in Schools will be delivered virtually! This initiative provides an opportunity for 5,000 students to experience live orchestral music, interact with musicians, ask questions, and have fun while learning.
Music to my Ears
The Regina Symphony Chambers Players offer musical presentations at various healthcare centers across Regina. This promotes the health and healing of patients, visitors and staff with live music.
Music on the Road
The RSO brings live orchestral music to communities in southern Saskatchewan through performances and educational presentations.