Guest Conductor Dinuk Wijeratne Featured in March We are now half-way through our momentus 50th anniversary season and the first two concerts were every bit as special as we had hoped. The second half of the season promises to be just as spectacular, beginning in March with the return of
In her capacity as PEI’s new Lt. Governor, Antoinette Perry has extended her patronage to the PEI Symphony Orchestra. By providing her personal patronage to support and encourage worthy endeavours such as the PEI Symphony Orchestra, Her Honour continues the long tradition as the Queen’s representative in supporting programs to educate
Do you have letters, photos, programs, mementos of our days gone by? Do you have a great story or memory of a concert, a musician a piece of music that inspired you? In 2018 the PEI Symphony will be celebrating our 50th anniversary. Fifty years of presenting memorable performances of
The 2017-2018 concert season promises to be one of our best ever. In 2017 we will be celebrating not only the 150th anniversary of the founding of Canada as a nation but also the 50thanniversary of the founding of the PEI Symphony Orchestra! As such, the next two concert seasons will be
“ALL THINGS CLASSICAL” CALENDAR OF EVENTS In addition to four annual concerts that the PEISO performs there is a lot going on PEI year-round of interest to classical music enthusiasts! The ALL THINGS CLASSICAL year-round calendar of events lists performances by classical musicians and related artists on PEI year-round island-wide.