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The Performing Arts Series second season begins in September

It will be presented by the Community Arts Council of Prince George & District and Trinity United Prince George.
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The Performing Arts Series' second season, which includes the Jeremy Ledbetter Trio and other artists, starts in September. It's presented by the Community Arts Council of Prince George & District and Trinity United Prince George.

The second season of the Performing Arts Series has been announced, which is presented by the Community Arts Council of Prince George & District and Trinity United Prince George.

The series is set to start in September where audiences will see performers come from around the globe in productions celebrating cultural excellence and artistic innovation.

Included in the series is Jeremy Ledbetter Trio's fiery fusion of contemporary jazz and world music, Duo Cordelia's captivating reinterpretation of classical masterpieces, as well as the highly anticipated Proximity by Josh Beamish’s Move the Company, which was originally scheduled for last season.

"We are thrilled to present such a diverse and dynamic lineup for the second season of the Performing Arts Series," said Rev. Dr. Bob Fillier, Lead Minister, Trinity United Prince George.

"Each performance offers unique opportunities to engage with the arts in new and exciting ways, fostering connections and sparking inspiration within our community."

Shelby Richardson, CAC performing arts program manager, said the Performing Arts Series is the result of a unique and deep collaboration between two community-based organizations and is leading the way in activating new and existing cultural facilities such as the Knox Performance Centre and the P.G. Playhouse.

“Our goal is to inspire our diverse community to become a centre of creativity and well-being - a place where art has no boundaries,” Richardson said.

During the season audiences will be treated to the captivating harmonies of O'Celli's eight cellos, the heartfelt storytelling of J.S. Bach’s Long Walk in the Snow with Tom Allen & Friends, featuring pianist Jamie Parker, and a double-bill performance featuring Calder White's Baby and Tara Cheyanne's Body Parts.

The season culminates with a fantastic presentation of Indigenous classical music by the Jessica McMann Trio.

The series promises to take guests on a unique adventure with every performance.

Along with the shows the series will offer a variety of workshops and community engagement opportunities, like participating in a hoop dancing workshop led by visiting artist Jessica McMann, enriching the cultural experience and fostering connections within the community.

Here is the line up for the Performing Arts Series:

  • Jeremy Ledbetter Trio, September 28, 2024, Knox Performance Centre
  • Duo Cordelia, October 30, 2024, Knox Performance Centre
  • Move: The Company, November 30, 2024, Prince George Playhouse
  • O’Celli, December 7, 2024, Knox Performance Centre
  • J.S. Bach’s Long Walk in the Snow, April 24, 2025, Knox Performance Centre
  • Tara Cheyanne/ Calder White, May 10, 2025, Prince George Playhouse
  • Jessica McMann Trio, May 25, 2025, Knox Performance Centre

Tickets are on sale and can be purchased online at