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Experience the Christmas Story in an intimate outdoor setting complete with actors, a life-sized constructed stable, a choir, bonfire and refresments to follow. Young and old are invited to experience this 30 minute production that will mezmorize your senses and remind you of the true meaning of the season.
Free of charge due to generous donors.
Yoga PG welcomes Rob Richards in hosting a gong bath December 28th from 6-8p.m.
Give the gift of Sound Healing this season. Invite your family & friends to share in this unique experience over the holidays. Honouring the solar solstice and the return of the sun, this event invites you to awaken your senses, light up your life and set your intentions for the next year.
Rob is away in Sayulita, Mexico for the week of Nov 20-27 to visit his mentor and guide Ricardo Moreno. Rob is honoured to share in a ceremony with Taita Fernando Lezamo.
This last gong bath of 2019 will carry the richness of this time away.
Rob has graciously donated his time and Yoga PG has donated the space so that 100% of the proceeds for this event will be donated to the Canadian Cancer Society.
Instructor - Rob Richards
Investment - $40 per person
Date - Saturday, Dec 28th
Time - 6pm - 8pm
Stop Waiting for the life you want and start creating it!
Create Your Vision for 2020!
Put away those New Year’s resolutions and fast forgotten beginning of the year goals. It’s time to create a real vision for your 2020.
Visioning that engages our mind, our heart and our soul allows us to tap into our true essence and live our life’s mission from a place of open-hearted authenticity.
This program is designed to get you in touch with your heart’s deepest desires to create a vision for your year that is in alignment with the next steps on your journey. Through a series of guided exercises, self-reflection and connected experiences, be prepared to leave this workshop with your clear inspired 2020 vision.
• Set a clear intention for how you want to inhabit your days in 2020.
• Connect to your inner wisdom and guidance.
• Realize the tools and support you already have – plus gain some new ones!
• Bring awareness to the ways you sabotage yourself and learn how to get back on track.
• Engage with a group of like-minded individuals to accelerate creating your deepest desires.
DATE: January 4th, 2020
TIME: 9am-5pm (registration at 8:30am)
LOCATION: Coast Prince George Hotel 770 Brunswick St
COST: $119 (plus taxes and fees) Early Bird Price until December 15th 2019. $139 (plus taxes and fees) Regular price after December 15th. Tables of 6 save an extra 15%!
MEALS and SUPPLIES: Your ticket price includes morning coffee break, buffet lunch and all workshop supplies.
Tickets at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/2020-vision-prince-george-tickets-75418283115
Bring your little ones dressed in their PJs for stories, rhymes and songs before bedtime. For 0-5 yrs. Free drop in.
The title says it all! Richard Strauss’ Serenade for Winds, Anatol Liadov’s Eight Russian Folk Songs, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet and Launy Grondahl’s Trombone Concerto featuring Brian Wendel, Principal Trombonist with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.
Brian Wendel joined the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra as Principal Trombone in 2017, at age twenty-one. Winner of two International Trombone Association competitions (2014 and 2016), Brian has performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, and the New York Philharmonic Brass Ensemble.
The Oot 'N Oots
"It’s like Flight of the Conchords meet Fred Penner - with an 11 year old powerhouse of a lead singer thrown in for extra sass." — Squamish Constellation Festival
The Oot 'N Oots are entertainers for the whole family, and create a feeling of community, joy, and understanding through their free-spirited art.
This series is a slight twist on our popular “Chamber Music and More” series of the past two years. Same musicians, same venue, same menu of appies and sweets accompanied by coffee, tea, or spirits. Easy listening in a casual setting — a perfect date night!
This concert begins with award winning Canadian composer Marjan Mozetich’s Postcards from the Sky, followed by two pieces by Franz Schubert: Symphony No. 8 Unfinished and Entr’acte from Rosamunde.
The highlight of the evening will no doubt be Jonathan Crow’s performance of Max Bruch’s Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 26.
Born and raised in Prince George, Jonathan Crow is a product of School District 57’s String Program and the Prince George Music School. Jonathan is currently Associate Professor of Violin at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Music. He has been Concertmaster of the Toronto Symphony since 2011.
We begin this concert with Kevin Lau’s A Dream of Dawn and follow with Gabriel Faure’s Dolly Suite and Giuseppe Verdi’s Overture to Sicilian Vespers. Our feature guest artist for this concert is our very own Principal Cellist, Flora Camuzet who will play Edouard Lalo’s Cello Concerto.
After preliminary studies in cello, chamber music and orchestra in Paris, Flora earned a degree at the prestigious Conservatoire Superieur de Musique et Danse de Lyon. Her career has taken her from her home country of France to Japan, and Portugal and now Canada. Flora was our principal cellist in the 2016-2017 season, we were thrilled when she returned to this position in September 2018.
Join us for one or all of these fun-filled and educational one-hour concerts for children ages three to ten.
This concert is all about rhythm! This event will be an interactive concert where children will help create a potpourri of food items to develop special rhythms and then challenge the orchestra to play pieces that include those special rhythms.
Following the concert there will be a special reception for all the children after the concert featuring many food items they used in the concert and more!
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