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!