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Courtney from Programming October 31, 2019, 5:32 PM

The magic of musical storytelling

I played trumpet in band when I was a kid. I was terrible at it, but I loved music and being surrounded by people who were playing it.

It’s for this reason that I’m really excited about our upcoming educational concert, The Colour Thief. It will be performed at Central Library on Sunday, November 3, as part of our ongoing partnership with the Regina Symphony Orchestra.

This concert is a great opportunity for children of all ages to experience storytelling through music, and learn more about the instruments of the orchestra. It tells the story of the Colour Thief, an old soul who has come to earth to steal all the colours in his magic globe.

I stopped playing trumpet long ago, but I never lost my appreciation for music and the people who play it. If there’s a child in your life who loves music the way I did (and still do), I hope you’ll join us on November 3 to experience the joy of storytelling through music with the Regina Symphony Chamber Players.

About Author

Courtney from Programming

Natural habitat: Curled up with my cat and a good book. Interesting habits: Writes macabre poetry, reads anything and everything, loves red wine and chocolate. Author of House of Mystery, a collection of fairy tale poems. Currently working on a second book of poetry, tentatively titled Anatomy of a Monster.