Boise Phil’s Community Engagement Program is a series of initiatives that take music out of the concert hall and into our communities, providing opportunities to engage with the artists and the music in deeper, more meaningful ways while helping to ensure greater access to quality music experiences.
This season, Boise Phil features four free, family-friendly community concerts that reflect the culture, heritage and vibrancy of our community. Concerts are open to anyone who would like to attend and will be held at various locations throughout Treasure Valley.
September 11, 2021, at Bogus Basin
October 23, 2021, Kindred Winery
Music of Remembrance
February 5, 2022, Boise Art Museum
May 7, 2022, JUMP
PHIL THE HALL
Phil the Hall is a Community Engagement Program initiative that provides free access to Boise Phil performances to nonprofit organizations throughout Southern Idaho. Veteran and nursing homes, youth development organizations, service clubs, and domestic violence shelters are just a few examples of the nonprofits we invite to Phil the Hall.
Are you a 501c3 non-profit? If you are a non-profit organization serving seniors, youth, families, veterans, or active military and would like to be a community engagement partner, please click here to fill out a Phil the Hall application.
For more information, please contact Ashley Gillis, Boise Phil’s Learning & Engagement Coordinator, at 208-344-7849 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to our Community Engagement Sponsors. We couldn’t make it happen without you!