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P.G. symphony performs One Song Festival

The Prince George Symphony Orchestra's Spirit of the One Song Festival takes place in February. This event, sponsored by the Assembly of B.C. Arts Councils and the B.C.

The Prince George Symphony Orchestra's Spirit of the One Song Festival takes place in February.

This event, sponsored by the Assembly of B.C. Arts Councils and the B.C. 2010 Arts and Cultural Festival, will partner with several arts organizations to showcase local talent.

The PGSO will partner with the Prince George Public Library, schools, care facilities and the Elizabeth Fry Society, as well as collaborating with groups like Judy Russell's Enchainement Dance Centre, Serious Moonlight Productions, the Prince George Photography Club, people like story teller A.J. Mittendorf and First Nations soprano, Marion Newman.

There is a call out for more artists to participate in the festival. The PGSO is seeking four artists from any discipline to be included in the grand performance reception. The artists are required to demonstrate or create interactively with guests at the reception and intermission.

There is a request for about 20 artists to produce one piece of art created through any discipline, which will be on display in the lobby at the reception to take place at the Coast Inn of the North Feb. 26.

There is also a request for an artist who can paint to music. The symphony is looking for someone who could present a live paint performance to music.

For more information please call Shelley Sivell at the PGSO office (250) 562-0800 or (250) 961-6201.