The RSO Plays at ARC
In what’s becoming a wonderful seasonal tradition, for the second year in a row, the Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO) treated the Autism Resource Centre by sharing their love of music with us.
Early in December, we opened our doors to allow everyone in our community the opportunity to enjoy the wonderful music, along with hot cocoa and tasty holiday snacks. After setting up, the RSO played a selection of their favourite classical songs and finished with Christmas carols, getting us to pull out our keys to ‘jingle’ along to the music.
Simon MacDonald, Concertmaster with the symphony, mentioned to reporters that he was happy for the symphony to be able to bring the concert into a safe space for people who may have difficulty comfortably going to a concert hall. We absolutely loved the performance, and hope to see even more people there again next year!