Allison Bell

Allison Bell

Allison Bell has been a full time violin teacher and active musician in northern B.C. for the past several years and served as the the Artistic Director at the PGCM from 2014-2021. She regularly plays with the PGSO and performs with various chamber groups in Prince George.  Allison has a Bachelor of Music degree from Brandon University and is a former student of Paule Prefonteyn, She has studied a variety of pedagogical approaches and brings a practical and eclectic style of teaching. She is also an avid potter and sculptor.

Ages: 6 years to adult

Teaching method:
Uses a blend of Suzuki and RCM methods, supplemented with other materials according to students’ individual needs and interests. Excellent technique and musical literacy are a primary focus at all levels.

Students explore various repertoire styles as they progress.

Group Options:
Violin Group, Tuesdays 7:00 pm starting March 1.  Students must be enrolled in private lessons at the Conservatory or with an instructor in the community to attend.

Performance Opportunities:
Encourages students to participate in recitals, at least one per semester, festivals, community events and music parties.


Recent News

The Prince George Conservatory of Music and the Prince George Symphony Orchestra are excited to announce the formation of a new youth orchestra. If you are a young string player from the Prince George and nearby areas this is for you! We are launching the Prince George Symphony Youth Orchestra with a short project starting at the end of April.

New Artistic Director

POSTED: Sep 3, 2021
Prince George, BC, August 31st - The Prince George Conservatory of Music is pleased to announce the appointment of Shoshanna Godber as its Artistic Director.

Upcoming Events

Closed Victoria Day
May 23, 2022
At the Seaside Faculty Concert - 3:00 pm Trinity Downtown
Jun 5, 2022
End of Year Recital 7:00 pm
Jun 10, 2022
Adult End of Year Recital 7:00 pm
Jun 11, 2022
Final Day of Classes
Jun 17, 2022

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