This season the Boise Phil is bringing the music to you through our new Digital Stage.
You’ll be able to access this season’s masterful programming online and tune into intimate and innovative concert videos that we’ve created just for you.
Some music is simply timeless. Nearly 250 years after its premiere, Mozart’s “Paris” Symphony continues to delight, from its grand opening to the irrepressible flourish of its finale. With its boisterous spirit (complete with musical quotes from college drinking songs), Brahms’ Academic Festival ...
Like nature, music awes and inspires with its ferocious power, stunning beauty and subtle colors. Float down The River on a lazy afternoon with Duke Ellington, as the music meanders through whirlpools, skips over giggling rapids, and flows across waterfalls. Immerse yourself in the sights and sou...
Experience Debussy's Sonate en trio performed in a whimsical world of light. One of Debussy’s final works, the Sonata for flute, viola, and harp bears a striking resemblance to his beloved orchestral works La Mer and Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune.
Coleman's Afro-Cuban Concerto is a masterwork in combining Afro-Cuban rhythms, the feel of Santeria worship, and the virtuosity of wind instruments. Join the Boise Phil Wind Quintet in a powerful performance of Coleman's work.
Allison Emerick, Principal Flute
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Experience one of classical music's most emotion-filled pieces in Sarasate's Zigeunerweisen. Chai-Li Ho and Del Parkinson take you on a journey through Basque Country leaving you filled with joy, sorrow, and peace.
Pablo de Sarasate: Zigeunerweisen, op. 20 "Gypsy Airs"
Camille Saint-Saens: Le Carnaval des animaux invites you to meet the myriad of characters that make up the carnival! Meet the lion, chickens, pianists, and more with narration by Boise Contemporary Theatre's, Ben Burdick, in this shadow puppet bonanza.