Three distinct musical landscapes…

The concert kicks off with Rossini’s Willam Tell Overture – a piece widely recognized as the theme to The Lone Ranger, however, there is more to this work than its famous finale. Transport yourself to the Swiss Alps during an impending storm, the storm in full swing, the calm after the storm, and finally a march of victorious Swiss soldiers.

In his new symphony Altered Landscape, Jimmy López Bellido asks us to consider our relationship with nature, the impact we have on it, and what the future looks like. “ I hope it plants a seed of hope and beauty in all of us,” says the composer. Be among the first to experience his new symphony which we co-commissioned with Reno Philharmonic and New Music USA.

Dvořák’s famous violin concerto draws from a particular time and place – the music of Bohemia and the Czech countryside where Dvořák grew up. Close your eyes and you can hear the expansive rolling hills, tranquil sunsets, and spirited folk dances. We bring this vibrant landscape to life with Concertmaster Brendan Shea – don’t miss it!

Eric Garcia conductor

Featured Soloist: Brendan Shea concertmaster, violin
Sponsored by Peggy Ann Rupp

Gioachino ROSSINI
William Tell Overture

Symphony No 3: Altered Landscape

Antonin DVOŘÁK
Violin Concerto in A Minor
Brendan Shea violin

Boise Phil was supported by New Music USA’s Organizational Development Fund with support in part from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, and supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, with support from The Aaron Copland Fund for Music, Howard Gilman Foundation, and the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation. Support for the Organization Development Fund is also provided by contributions from the New Music USA endowment

New Music USA

Additional Information

Do not come to the Boise Phil Box office (on S. 9th St.) on concert day, it will be closed as we will be setting up our Box Office at the Morrison Center in preparation for the concert. Please come to the Morrison Center before the concert to resolve any ticketing issues. We want you to know that the health and safety of our audiences, musicians and staff are our first priority. As of 6/7/22, there are no special health and safety protocols in place for the 22|23 season. Future updates will be provided to ticket holders prior to the performance in our event reminder emails in case new health protocols are in effect. We appreciate your ongoing support!

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I’ve noticed Boise Phil isn’t performing the Classics Series in Nampa. Why?

Our Classics Series performances in Nampa are paused due to low ticket sales in that region. We care deeply about the West Treasure Valley and want to ensure that our programming is accessible to all – our classroom education programs, community engagement and other special performances will continue in Nampa and across the entire West Valley.

22|23 Performances at the Brandt Center
• Boise Phil Youth Orchestra Fall Concert on November 19, 2022
• Master Chorale Concert on May 13, 2023

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