Music is an essential part of any child or adult's education and life experience. Learning an instrument can improve a child's concentration, coordination, character (through diligent practice), self-confidence (through performance), appreciation of different kinds of music, and ability to express ideas and emotions. In other words, a quality music education can provide kids with the tools they need for success in life.
Discovering different genres of music through playing an instrument can also be an incredible life-long joy. If you want to fall in love with music, then the Prince George Conservatory of Music is just the place to do it!
This festival will be a special, one of a kind three-day music festival bringing together students, professional musicians, and local youth for an extravaganza of education and performance opportunities on the occasion of Canada's sesquicentennial anniversary. Participation in all events will be open to young musicians open to musicians age 19 and under, at no charge.
A cooperative effort between the Community Arts Council, the Prince George Conservatory of Music, and the Prince George Symphony Orchestra, this unique event will feature instrumental, vocal, and composition workshops to be led by top professionals in the area.
The composition workshop will be open to young musicians of all levels. Students should be prepared to perform their composition at the workshop on the morning of October 20.
Selected workshop participants will have the opportunity to perform alongside the faculty of the Conservatory and core members of the PGSO at a chamber concert on Saturday, October 21 at St Andrew's United Church.
On Sunday the PGSO will be performing a special afternoon concert
SUBMIT APPLICATIONS TO STUDIO 2880 , 2820 15th AVE. DEADLINE EXTENDED TO OCT 17.
Open to all ages and levels of player in the community. Directed by Kenneth Oglivie. First term: $140 plus $10 registration fee
The Prince George Conservatory of Music has openings for a VOICE TEACHER and a CELLO TEACHER. We are seeking enthusiastic individuals with a passion for teaching who are comfortable teaching all ages and levels of students. The candidate will possess an accredited Bachelors of Music Degree (or will at the start date of the position). We teach to the standards of the Royal Conservatory of Music, and the majority of our students perform in the District Music Festival each year and complete Conservatory level exams at the end of the year. The Prince George Conservatory of Music offers a generous wage and benefits package. The start date for this position is September 5, 2017.
If you would like to become a part of our faculty, please send a cover letter and resumé to the Prince George Conservatory of Music, attention Allison Bell, Artistic Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an audition and interview time.