For our final community concert of the season, you’re invited to immerse yourself in music that explores relationships — with friends, with time, with space, and with ourselves. At turns sweet, sentimental, nostalgic and bright, William Grant Still celebrates the beauty of friendship in his Lyric Quartet. Devonté Hynes’ Perfectly Voiceless takes us on a perpetual motion journey where we find ourselves suspended in music that is part minimalism, part pop, and entirely delightful. Then, the tables turn as we explore our shared space with a world premiere performance by Ryan Carter that features audience participation.

String Quartet 
Percussion Quartet

William GRANT STILL Lyric Quartet
Devonté HYNES Perfectly Voiceless
Ryan CARTER A Shared Space (World Premiere)

at JUMP – Pioneer Room

In partnership with Radio Boise.

Radio Boise

Concert Description

We are committed to ensuring you have an exceptional concert experience, with confidence in the policies and procedures designed for a safe environment for all.

VACCINATION POLICY
  • All guests must provide proof of a lab-confirmed negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 48 hours prior to the event, or provide proof of full vaccination, with a valid photo ID
  • All Boise Phil staff, musicians, and artists are required to be vaccinated or regularly submit negative COVID-19 test results

REDUCED CAPACITY
  • Until further notice, all concerts are limited to half capacity

MASK POLICY
  • Masks are required for all guests, staff, and musicians regardless of vaccination status at Boise Phil concerts
  • Disposable masks will be available at the event

STAY AT HOME IF YOU ARE ILL
  • Stay home if you are sick or have COVID-19 symptoms, have been in contact with someone known to be or suspected to have been infected with COVID-19 within the last 10 days, or if you are subject to a quarantine or isolation order

SANITIZE YOUR HANDS FREQUENTLY
  • Hand sanitizer dispensers will be available at the event

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Artist

Ryan Carter
Ryan Carter composes music that explores and critically examines new possibilities presented by emerging technologies. Described by the New York Times as "imaginative ... like, say, a Martian dance party," Ryan's music has been commissioned by Carnegie Hall, the MATA Festival, the National Flute Association, and many individuals and ensembles.