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We're Presenting A Unique Audiovisual Experience In Honour Of International Women's Day

We'll be transforming Sagebrush Theatre and The Nexus at First into a giant comic book with a beautiful orchestral soundtrack

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We Explore the Many Forms of Virtuosity with The Red Violin

The Red Violin explores the many forms of virtuosity with dazzling violinist Lara St. John

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KSO Music School Presents: Martin Krátký & Paul Dykstra in Recital

The KSO Music School presents Martin Krátký, cello & Paul Dykstra, piano in recital on Saturday, February 3.

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Our First Performance of 2024 Will Be A Concert Like No Other

Join us for a stunning and transformative journey

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Ring In The Festive Season With Us!

We invite you to get into the holiday spirit with our annual celebration of the festive season.

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Barb's Used Book & Music Sale – Fall 2023 Edition

The Fall 2023 edition of Barb's Used Book & Music Sale is moving to a new home!

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Kamloops Symphony & KSO Music School Receives Funding from the Community Services Recovery Fund

The Kamloops Symphony Orchestra (KSO) & KSO Music School (KSMS) is pleased to announce that it has received $59,550 from the Community Services Recovery Fund.

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We're Presenting A Special Family Performance of Dan Brown's "Wild Symphony"

Join us as we travel through the trees and across the seas with Maestro Mouse and his musical friends!

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We're Presenting A Stunning Ballet and Ground-Breaking Cello Concerto with "Romeo & Juliet"

Our next performance will feature our principal cellist Martin Krátký performing a cello concerto that is taking the world by storm.

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Honouring National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

As an arts organization, we endorse the adage that “the arts can heal.” In the spirit of reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples, we acknowledge the harm caused by colonialism, including the colonial roots of our organization’s art form. We recognize that there is still much work to be done, and commit to do our part in the collective healing, educating and relationship building for a better future that is inclusive of Indigenous Artists.

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