For more than 100 years The Conservatory of Performing arts has been a place where young musicians and artists have come to nurture their love of music and the arts.
Within our walls we create programs that help students learn the skills needed to express themselves through music, drama, and visual arts. Our programs have a positive impact on students' growth and success.
The Conservatory is part of the Centre for Continuing Education at the University of Regina.
Private Music Lessons
Individual instruction is core at the Conservatory. Through their world-class talents, skills and experiences, our instructors have inspired generations of students, giving them the opportunity for further study at other prestigious institutions and attain a national or international level of distinction and achievement in the arts. Conservatory instructors offer private instruction in a variety of genres like classical, pop, rock, musical theatre, orchestral, piping, and more in piano, strings, voice, woodwinds, brass, percussion, and theory.
Children and Youth Group Programs
The Conservatory offers a wide range of programs throughout the year for toddlers to teens including musical theatre (Glee), string orchestra, Kindermusik, choir, pipe band, Junior Drumline, and more. In 2015, we launched our Creative Preschool, which has 2, 3, or 5 half day options for ages 3-4.
The Conservatory also offers several beginner group programs for adults such as guitar, ukulele, choir, cello, Flamenco dance, and more. We also have courses for amateur musicians and artists looking to build community with other enthusiastic adults. Our classes are fun and friendly and our instructors work with you to achieve success.
Explore Indigenous art forms like beadwork, Powwow, and ribbon skirt suitable for all generations of learners. These affordable classes are offered for $10/person.
Conservatory Creative Camps for Kids
Our day camps provide a creative and positive atmosphere to explore performing and visual arts while school is out. Our campers discover new interests and talents and make new friends. It's always a fun time for campers who enjoy our one-week programs playing, learning and exploring the arts. We have three sessions: Winter (February break), Spring (Easter break), and Summer (July/August).
2151 Scarth Street
Palliser Building (temporary location)
Scarth Street & 131th Avenue