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2022/2023 Season

Winter Dreams
Winter Dreams
Saturday, Dec. 3 – 4:30 pm
SERIES: Special Events
The Prince George Youth Symphony Orchestra teams up with the Prince George Tapestry Singers for an afternoon of holiday fun.
Morris the Moose
Morris the Moose
Sunday, December 4, 2022 – 2:00pm
SERIES: Family Concerts
Join Morris the Moose as he journeys across the Canadian landscape in search of a new home. Features Canadian folk music and a visit from Santa Claus.
Christmas with the PGSO
Christmas with the PGSO
Sunday, December 18, 2022 – 2:00pm
SERIES: Special Events
Featuring excerpts from The Messiah and other seasonal favourites.


Recent News

PGSO Presents ‘German Winds’ Chamber Social at Knox Performance Space
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.


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