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2024/2025 Season

Pops in the Park
Sunday, Sep. 8, 2024 – 12:00 - 4:00 pm
SERIES: Special Events
The annual free concert in the park is back in 2024. Join the orchestra and special guests for a full afternoon of entertainment, vendors, activities and more.
Nielsen Wind Quintet
Saturday, Sep. 21 – 7:30 pm
SERIES: Chamber Socials
One of the greatest woodwind quintets ever written - by candlelight! Appetizers included with table seating. Cash bar available.
Rhythm and Dance
Sunday, Oct. 6, 2024 – 2:00 pm
SERIES: Family Concerts
Join the PGSO Wind Quintet as they showcase dance music from all over the world! This narrated show was originally created by the National Art Centre.

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Recent News

PRINCE GEORGE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ANNOUNCES 2024-25 SEASON
POSTED: MAY 6, 2024

Michael Hall revealed the symphony's 2024-25 season during the orchestras final performance of the spring on Sunday.

PRINCE GEORGE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA BRINGS A CONCERT HARP TO THE CITY
PRINCE GEORGE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA BRINGS A CONCERT HARP TO THE CITY
POSTED: APR 8, 2024

 The Prince George Symphony Orchestra has purchased a concert grand pedal harp – the first such instrument to reside in the city in decades - and audiences can hear it this month. The instrument is a Salvi Daphne SE 47-string concert harp made in Italy and worth over $20,000. 

The instrument will be unveiled to the public in a short recital by Vancouver Opera Principal Harpist Joy Yeh on April 27.  

LTFN ACCEPTS ‘RESPECTFUL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT’ PLEDGE FROM THE PRINCE GEORGE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
POSTED: FEB 10, 2024

Lheidli T’enneh First Nation Chief Dolleen Logan today gratefully accepted a ‘Respectful Acknowledgement’ pledge from the Prince George Symphony Orchestra (PGSO). The pledge was given by PGSO Executive Director Ken Hall, during the intermission of a performance of Dvorak’s ‘New World’ Symphony in Vanier Hall. In thanks for the pledge of ‘Respectful Acknowledgement’ the PGSO was presented with a Respectful Acknowledgement plaque to be displayed in PGSO Office.

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The people behind the PGSO are grateful to live and perform on the traditional unceded territory and ancestral home of the Lheidli T'enneh.


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City of Prince George British Columbia Arts Council Province of British Columbia Canada Council for the Arts SOCAN Foundation

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