BELOVED NUTCRACKER BALLET RETURNING TO PRINCE GEORGE FOR ANOTHER HOLIDAY SEASON
POSTED: Dec 7, 2023
The Prince George Symphony Orchestra and Judy Russell Presents have teamed up again to continue a decades-long Christmas tradition in the community. Tchaikovsky’s beloved ballet The Nutcracker has become a bi-annual tradition in the city. This will be the 18th co-production of the show by the two companies.
PRINCE GEORGE SYMPHONY CHALLENGES CULTURAL BOUNDARIES WITH FUSION OF INDIAN AND WESTERN CLASSICAL MUSIC
POSTED: Nov 17, 2023
The Prince George Symphony Orchestra continues its 2023-24 mainstage season this Sunday with a unique combination of Indian and European Classical music traditions.
PRINCE GEORGE SYMPHONY LAUNCHES 2023-24 SEASON WITH A HALLOWE’EN THEME
POSTED: Oct 27, 2023
The Prince George Symphony Orchestra opens its 2023-24 mainstage season this Sunday with a light-hearted but substantial Hallowe’en program.
Northern Music Organizations to Collaborate on Community Music Summer Program in Prince George
POSTED: Jul 4, 2023
The Prince George Symphony Orchestra (PGSO), Prince George Conservatory of Music (PGCM), and Orchestra North (Smithers) have announced a new collaboration to bring music to Northern BC this summer. The program will be hosted by the Prince George Symphony Youth Orchestra (PGSYO), itself a collaboration between the two Prince George organizations.
Alex Cuba Headlines PGSO 2023-24 Season
POSTED: Jun 12, 2023
The PGSO has revealed their plans for the 2023-24 season with a thrilling lineup of local and national talent.
PG Symphony Sessions: Shun uts'utejun to Celebrate Northern BC Singer-Songwriters
POSTED: Apr 12, 2023
The Prince George Symphony Orchestra is proud to present PG Symphony Sessions: Shun uts'utejun on Saturday, April 15th at Vanier Hall.
This performance will feature local singer-songwriters Amy Blanding, Rachelle van Zanten, and Kym Gouchie sharing the stage with the PGSO in this celebration of local music. Featuring new orchestral arrangements of their original songs by Simon Cole.
SYMPHONY MARKS HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE DAY PERFORMING GRAMMY AWARD-WINNING STRING QUARTET
POSTED: Jan 23, 2023
The Prince George Symphony Orchestra will be performing a Grammy award-winning string quartet to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day this weekend. It will be the main piece on the group’s upcoming Chamber Social concert, Different Trains.
PGSO Presents ‘German Winds’ Chamber Social at Knox Performance Space
POSTED: Oct 17, 2022
The first of three PGSO Chamber Socials in 2022-23, German Winds will be hosted at Trinity Downtown’s renovated Knox Performance Space on October 22, 2022.
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
PGSO Announces collaboration with indigenous Storyteller and artist
POSTED: Mar 1, 2022
The PGSO has announced an exciting new collaboration as part of their family concert series. The Hummingbird and the Fire is a narrated, multimedia family concert that combines music by Gustav Mahler with a Quechua story about a little hummingbird who tries to put out a forest fire, one beak-full of water at a time. The story is a wonderful parable for our time, addressing both the dangers of rapid climate change and the seeming impossibility of making large-scale societal change.
PGSO Annual General Meeting
POSTED: Oct 26, 2021
Tuesday, November 9, 7:00pm. All members and subscribers are invited to attend.
The PGSO Returns to Live Programming with Fall Chamber Socials
POSTED: Oct 13, 2021
The PGSO has announced the return of live chamber music to the city this fall, building on the success of last fall’s sold-out chamber programs.
SOCAN Foundation grant supports PGSO artist.
POSTED: May 25, 2021
On Thomas Beckman's original composition, "Caulfield In the Cape."
PGSO appoints new Executive Director
POSTED: Mar 11, 2021
Hall replaces outgoing General Manager Teresa Saunders whose leadership over the past five years have put the PGSO in a strong position as it celebrates its 50th Anniversary.
POSTED: Feb 3, 2021
An all-new way to enjoy your local symphony!
Karl Stobbe, Online Concerts
POSTED: Jan 26, 2021
Online concerts available from violinist Karl Stobbe.
A Message from Michael Hall
POSTED: Dec 8, 2020
Welcome to the PGSO’s 50th Anniversary Spring Season: Celebrating the Joy of Live Music!