WATCH ON THE DIGITAL STAGE!

On October 16 and 17, 2021, Boise Phil was live, on stage for the first time in 589 days. It was wonderful to gather and be in the concert hall together. 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

Like nature, music awes and inspires with its ferocious power, stunning beauty and subtle colors. Float down The River on a lazy afternoon with Duke Ellington, as the music meanders through whirlpools, skips over giggling rapids, and flows across waterfalls. Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the ocean with Seabourne with Orchestra, complete with breathtaking aquatic visuals projected above the orchestra. And take a flight of fancy in Scheherezade, an all-time favorite that transports us to a magical world that shimmers and sparkles.

Eric Garcia conductor
The Percussion Collective ensemble

Duke ELLINGTON Selections from The River Suite
Garth NEUSTADTER Seabourne with Orchestra
Nikolai RIMSKY-KORSAKOV Scheherazade

 

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