Online with the RSO video series offers a personal look at our musicians and the music we play. Learn about the upcoming concerts, discover new repertoire, and the Regina Symphony Orchestra’s long and rich history.
Ebony & SilverOver the course of 11 decades conductors (and their batons) come and go. Dave Hedlund, RSO History Project Coordinator, tells the story of a special conducting baton. It belonged to our very first conductor, Frank Laubach over a century ago. His baton left Regina in 1923 but came back to the city in 2018, 95 years later, as part of our 110th anniversary celebrations!
The Wind in the Woods & Fanfare for Symphony Brass & Percussion, Op. 192
Last night at Music in the Mountains online festival, our very own Principal French Hornist, Richard Burdick premiered his work The Wind in the Woods & Fanfare for Symphony Brass & Percussion, Op. 192. It’s absolutely HEAR-resistable!
For over 30 years, Music in the Mountains has produced an exceptional summer music festival with musicians of the highest caliber
Click here to check out the entire livestream of the festival.
O Canada - RenditionsTo keep the music going, the RSO's principal musicians have prepared their own fun renditions of "O Canada"!
O Canada by the RSCPCanada Day is the day we all think about how far we've come. Congratulations to you, Canada! And a very happy Canada Day to one and all! Enjoy this performace of "O Canada" by the RSCP musicians from the comforts of their own homes! 🇨🇦
Vivaldi’s Concerto for 2 Violins in A Minor
RSO Concertmaster, Christian Robinson, discusses the energetic Baroque delight, Concerto for 2 Violins in A Minor by Antonio Vivaldi. Christian and RSO violinist, Carmen Constantinescu, will be soloists for this dramatic work, featured in the “Harmonies with Harpsichord” Government House concert.
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The First ConcertHave you ever wondered what life was like in Regina in the first half of the 20th century? Dave Hedlund, RSO History Project Coordinator, talks about the RSO’s very first concert 112 years ago in Regina’s Gingerbread City Hall!
RSO Principal Clarinetist, Hyonsuk Kim at Home
RSO Principal Clarinetist, Hyonsuk Kim, gives us a peek into how she is spending her time physical distancing with her family. Replenish your soul by listening to Hyonsuk play the clarinet and listen to her playlist for some of her favourite music.
Click here to listen to Hyonsuk’s playlist.
RSO Principal Oboist, Tamsin Johnston
The next addition to the Online With The RSO series features Principal oboist, Tamsin Johnston. Tamsin shares her favourite pieces of music as well as performs a soulful, lyrical solo from Bach’s Cantata No. 21
Click here to listen to Tamsin’s playlist of her favourite music.