Bel Canto Choirs have been part of the Prince George community since 1981. These award winning choirs offer participation in choral music for young singers.and the young at heart.
President, Pam Stuerzl
We are proud to offer highly qualified teachers who provide excellent training that meets internationally recognized standards. Whether dance is for fun, fitness, or as a career, we offer classes, support, and performance opportunities second to none. Our children’s programs provide introductory classes in various styles delivered in a fun and educational format!
3540 Opie Cres. Prince George, BC
Nechako Community Theatrics is a community based theatre company, focused on making theatre open to everyone.
President: Laura Bennett
The Northern Orchestra is a community based orchestra that performs four concerts each year in both Prince George and Vanderhoof.
This is a merit based group: there is no paid personnel, and they charge only $50 a year in membership fees. The ages range from 15-30, mostly young adults and university and college students. The choir has evolved to actively promote Canadian music, Canadian composers and the local community.
President: Zarrah Holvick
CAC Rep: Robin Norman
The Prince George Academy of the Performing Arts is a community music school dedicated to excellence in music education and to nurturing a lifelong commitment to music and the arts. We provide professional instruction for piano, voice, violin, drums, flute trumpet, trombone, saxophone, recorder, bass, guitar and group singing.
President: Paul Brett
The Prince George Cantata Singers, established in 1968, is the central interior's premier adult SATB mixed voice choir. Our 60-80 members, led by Music Director Damian Dorschner, enjoy performing a variety of musical styles, including classical, folk, gospel, jazz, musical theatre, ethnic and pops. Cantata performs in concert with other local, regional and national artists. Our mandate is to foster, promote, encourage and enjoy choral music and to produce choral or other musical performances for the enjoyment of our members and our audience, in Prince George and the region. New singers are always welcome!
Terri Walker, President
The Prince George Community Band was started in 1990 to provide music for the Summer Games heldin Prince George, BC. We started with a small group of players and over the years have grown to a consistent core of 30 or more. The band plays all year. Membership is open to all levels of wind and percussion players. No auditions necessary
Chris Finke, president
The Prince George Folkfest Society brings Prince George the Nationally acclaimed week long winter music festival, Coldsnap, that features coast to coast talent, workshops and more. The Folkfest Society also facilitates several smaller concerts and festivals throughout the year. Their monthly meetings are usually held on Wednesdays at 7pm or as needed and their AGM occurs at the end of August.
President: Elissa Meiklem
The Prince George Regional Performing Arts Centre Society is a non-profit organization incorporated under the Society Act in British Columbia in August, 2007. A Board of 11 voting directors elected by the Society's members - approximately 600 - sets the direction of the Society. The Executive Committee of the Board includes the President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer.
Chair: Ken Kilcullen
The society provides an opportunity for community participation in the Speech Arts & Drama discipline. The Festival Society has the privilege of aiding in the developement of excellence in all forms of Speech Arts and Drama by encouraging rhe recognition and appreciation of good literature through the teaching/learning process; providing forum for a professional evaluation of performance endeavors (including the presentation of appropriate awards and scholarships) to support further education in Speech Arts and Drams.
President: Becky Gairns
The PGSO provides a full season of concerts from September through May. Most concerts are at Vanier Hall and feature distinguished soloists from across Canada performing with our orchestra, which is the northernmost symphony orchestra in the country. There are many opportunities for volunteering with the PGSO for stage managers, ushers, office assistants, and more. (AGM is in September)
Chair: Teresa Saunders
General Manager: Jeremy Stewart
2880 15th Avenue, Prince George, BC V2M 1T1
Theatre North West is a non-profit society that draws from both the Canadian and international theatre repertoire to provide North Central British Columbia with professional theatre. TNW also provides opportunities for the best in regional talent.
36-556 N. Nechako Road, Prince George, BC V2K 1A1
President: Debby O'Leary
Artistic Director: Jack Ginhaus
The WSSC is dedicated to the enjoyment of singing and performing barbershop style music, while striving for a professional standard, in an atmosphere of fun and fellowship. Since 1981 the White Spruce City Chorus, a Chapter of Sweet Adelines International, has been singing four-part a'capella harmony at community events in Prince George. WSSC is a non-profit organization. Dues from members help provide funds for rehersal space, music and coaching weekends. Women of all ages are invited to "Guest Nights", held every September during WSSC's annual membership drive. Come join us! Weekly rehersals are on Tuesdays from 7:30 - 10:00pm from September through to June in the Multipurpose Room at Studio 2880.
Director: Kathy Pereira 250-563-5170 email@example.com
Membership: Kathy Lockhart 250-963-0807 firstname.lastname@example.org
Team Leader: Marie Therrien 250-563-5121 email@example.com
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