Eric Garcia, conductor
David Kim, violin

Fate Now Conquers


Violin Concerto in D Major Opus 35
David Kim, violin

Symphony No. 5 in C Minor

FATE and fantasy collide

Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony stands apart as one of the most recognizable works ever written, and a live performance of the Fifth never fails to inspire. From the fateful opening hammer strokes to its rapturous finale, the music comes alive with an intensity that is impossible to ignore. Don’t miss this ultimate tale of triumph over tragedy — a musical celebration of humankind’s will to survive and overcome.

Inspired by one of Beethoven’s journal entries, Carlos Simon shares his own take on fate and its power over our lives in a brief musical musing.

Philadelphia Orchestra Concertmaster David Kim takes the stage for Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto. David is one of the top American violinists and this piece will bring his world class abilities to Boise for a rare performance. 

NEW THIS SEASON: Pre-Concert Talks will be at the matinee and evening performances. 
Join Musicologist Bradley Berg and Music Director Eric Garcia (and special guests) as they guide you through the music you are about to hear, providing an enlightening look at the repertoire and composers before the performance begins. Bring your questions! Please gather inside the concert hall by the stage.

Matinee Pre-Concert Talk starts at 11:45 am
Evening Pre-Concert Talk starts at 6:15 pm

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 Box Office inside the Morrison Center at 2201 West Cesar Chavez Lane on the Boise State University campus before the concert to resolve any ticketing issues.

Continue the Journey

David Kim