A message from the General Manager
August 28, 2020

We are thrilled to present an exciting Fall Series of concerts - bringing back the joy of listening to live orchestral music.

All PGSO fall concerts will be held in the ballroom of the Prestige Treasure Cove Resort.  Each concert will be performed four times on the concert weekend with only 50 attendees at each concert as per the BC Health Authority’s regulations. We ask that you bring a mask and wear it upon entering or leaving or when you are not seated.  If you forget your mask, we will have one for you.  The concerts will be of sixty to seventy minutes duration with no intermission.  Coffee, tea, and spirits can be ordered prior to the concert so come early, settle in, and enjoy an appetizer (on us) and a refreshment.

Our first two concerts will be presented by our Core professional musicians, joined by community bass musician Susan Kelly and Vancouver violist Thomas Beckman.

In November we welcome Maestro Michael Hall back to Prince George to conduct two “small orchestra” concerts.  For many, the highlight of the fall classics series will undoubtedly be the return of Les Dala as our guest pianist for our Autumn Revival IV concert.

To close the fall season, we present our “Winter Wonderland” Kinder Concert on December 5th.  Join us with your children, grandchildren, or nieces or nephews for a socially-distanced afternoon delight.

Please join us for our 50th Anniversary fall concerts. We promise to follow all safety protocols while we bring back the joy of live music for you, our patrons.

Teresa Saunders, General Manager

Upcoming Shows

Chamber Social: Hallowe'en

Saturday, October 30, 2021 at 7:30 pm & Sunday, October 31, 2021 at 2:00 pm ∗ Hart Community Centre ∗
Series: Chamber Music

Chamber Social: Viennese Classics

Saturday, November 27, 2021 at 7:30 pm & Sunday, November 28, 2021 at 2:00 pm ∗ Prestige Treasure Cove Resort ∗
Series: Chamber Music

KinderConcert: Winter Wonderland

Sunday, December 5, 2021 ∗ UNBC Canfor Theatre ∗ 2:00 pm
Series: KinderConcerts


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


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