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 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!
Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet
It’s time to look ahead to next season! Maestro Gordon Gerrard discusses the breathtaking Romeo and Juliet Suite by Sergei Prokofiev. This cornerstone of the 20-21 season will be featured in the first Masterworks concert of the season, “Dragons, Butterflies, and Star-Crossed Lovers”. We’re counting down the days until we can make music for you again!
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