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2022/2023 Season

German Winds
German Winds
October 22, 2022 – 7:30pm
Our open chamber social features the winds in two classic woodwind quintets by Danzi and Hindemith.
Bag of Bones
Bag of Bones
October 30, 2022 – 2:00pm
Can a skeleton be more than just a bag of bones? Find out in this new program created by Barb Parker for the Hallowe’en season.
Opera Favourites
Opera Favourites
Sunday, November 20, 2022 – 2:00pm
A dizzying selection of opera favourites from Mozart to Massenet as we celebrate young soloists in a gala celebration of singing on stage.


Recent News

2022-23 Season Announcement
POSTED: SEP 21, 2022

PGSO will offer three subscription series in 2022-23 with some added special events.

The first Mainstage Concert will feature celebrated pianist, Jane Coop. One of Canada's foremost living pianists returns to Prince George with Saint-Saëns second piano concerto. BC composer Christine Donkin's Autumn Scenes and César Franck 's lush late-Romantic symphony complete the program.

Prince George Symphony Presents Experimental Concert Format
POSTED: APR 21, 2022

PGSO Music Director Michael Hall will be leading the orchestra in a bold new direction at their upcoming mainstage performance. The performance will focus on Mozart’s great Symphony No. 40 in g minor and include a multi-media presentation by the maestro.

Symphony and Conservatory Collaborate on New Youth Orchestra
POSTED: APR 21, 2022

The Prince George Symphony Orchestra and the Prince George Conservatory of Music are collaborating on a new educational initiative - the Prince George Symphony Youth Orchestra


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