Shumiatcher Pops | Regina Symphony Orchestra

Shumiatcher Pops

You won’t be able to stop yourself from feeling the passion behind our Shumiatcher Pops Series this year! The series will opens on October 21, 2017 with Dancing Queen - The Music of Abba, an orchestral celebration of every music lovers’ biggest guilty pleasure! We will continue with the return of Cirque De La Symphonie, fresh with new breathtaking circus feats, and conclude with City Lights By Charlie Chaplin, a live film and orchestral presentation of Charlie Chaplin’s masterpiece!

Dancing Queen – The Music of ABBA
October 21, 2017
Gordon Gerrard, conductor
Jeans ‘N Classics

A night of featuring music lovers' ultimate "guilty pleasure". With hundreds of millions of albums sold, and forty years after being formed, the music of ABBA can still be heard — and seen — everywhere. Joined by performance group Jeans ‘n Classics, the RSO performs the iconic songs of ABBA in all their pop, rock, dance, and evocative ballad glory ... Mamma Mia!

Music of the Ice: Skating’s Greatest Hits
December 9, 2017
Lucas Waldin, conductor
Jamie Salé, host

World Champion and Olympic gold medalist Jamie Salé hosts an evening with music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, ABBA, Glenn Miller, Ravel’s Boléro, and themes of Frank Sinatra and David Foster. Accompanied by footage of famous routines past and present, relive skating’s most memorable moments!

Cirque de la Symphonie
February 17, 2018
Gordon Gerrard, conductor

Back by popular demand! Experience a new collection of breathtaking circus feats and classical mastery!

South Pacific in Concert
March 24, 2018
Gordon Gerrard, conductor
Regina Summer Stage
Sterling Productions

Rodgers & Hammerstein’s timeless Broadway hit musical, South Pacific, is presented in a unique concert setting featuring a talented cast of performers from Regina and across the country.

City Lights by Charlie Chaplin
May 5, 2018
Gordon Gerrard, conductor

Touching, funny and iconic, Charlie Chaplin lights up the stage with a live film and orchestral presentation of his masterpiece.