WATCH ON THE DIGITAL STAGE!

On November 6 and 7, 2021, Boise Phil was live, on stage performing works by Brahms, Mozart, and Dvaork. We’ve captured the concert so you can rewatch your favorite moments or experience the concert for the first time!

HOW DO I ACCESS THE DIGITAL STAGE?

Go to boisephil.tv and click the big green START WATCHING button.

2021-22 Season Subscribers have access to the Digital Stage for free. If you are experiencing login difficulties, please call the Box Office at (208) 344-7849 and we’ll help you gain access or answer any questions.

Or you can subscribe to the Digital Stage on a monthly basis for $9.99 (plus tax) and watch this concert and more content and concerts!

Or you can click here to rent the performance for $7.99

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 Overture captures the timeless energy of youth — a perfect choice for our collaboration with the Boise Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. A perennial contender for the perfect symphony, Dvořák’s Seventh Symphony has it all: sweeping themes, gripping drama, a dash of heartbreak, a ray of sunshine, and no shortage of heroic energy.

Eric Garcia conductor
Boise Phil Youth Orchestra Seniors
Boise Phil Youth Orchestra

Johannes BRAHMS Academic Festival Overture
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART Symphony No. 31 in D major, “Paris”
Antonín DVOŘÁK Symphony No. 7 in D minor

Digital Stage is brought to you by:
M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust

Digital Stage Sponsor:
Full Swing PR

Season Sponsor:
Esther Simplot (Mrs. J.R.)

Concert Description

We’ll record all of the seven Classics Series performances at the Brandt Center. Shortly after, you’ll be able to watch the performance on the Digital Stage. • Re-broadcasts of Classics Series concerts • Music videos of chamber music performances • Interviews, pre-concert talks • Favorite past performances from the 2020-21 season "The Digital Stage creates a dynamic visual world that amplifies the beauty of the music and the virtuosity of Boise Phil musicians. These up-close and intimate concerts are a kind of magical match — lighting up the music and igniting the performances. You’ll hear everything anew!" - Tracy Sunderland, Digital Stage Director