As the Boise Philharmonic winds up a stellar season, it’s a good time to get on board for next season. Renewals for current season ticket holders are in process, along with a discounted new subscriber rate through April 30. Season tickets for Saturday night concerts at the Morrison Center now run $98-$398; Friday night tickets at Nampa’s Northwest Nazarene University’s Brandt Center run $91-$182. (Regular prices will be $118-$428 for Boise; $105-$224 in Nampa.) Single tickets go on sale in the fall.
You can purchase tickets by calling 344-7849 or online at BoisePhilharmonic.org.
Opening Night on Sept. 26-27 will feature pianist Anne-Marie McDermott and works by Bach, Beethoven and Schumann.
The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires on Oct. 17-18 will bring guest conductor Alexander Mickelthwate and violinist Karen Gomyo to Boise. The program includes Haydn, Piazzolla & Sibelius.
Timpani Sings on Nov. 7-8 will feature Boise Phil principal timpani Bill Shaltis on a program that includes Strauss, Peck and Tchaikovsky.
Celebrate the holiday with “Holiday Pops” on Dec. 12-13 with the Boise Philharmonic Master Chorale and NNU Chorus.
Playful Romance on Jan. 23-24 will feature cellist Brooks Whitehouse and bassist Paul Sharpe. The program includes Rossini, Dillon and Beethoven.
Love gets serious with “The Heartbeat of Romance on February 20-21 with pianist Martina Filjak and works by Rachmaninov and Bruckner.
More “Love’s Song and Dance” will come your way March 13-14 with James Houlik on saxophone and a program of Copland, Ewazen and Brahms.
Then it’s the ultimate tragic romance on April 18 with “Berlioz’s “Romeo & Juliet” performed with the Master Chorale, College of Idaho and Boise State University choruses in a new venue, a ballroom at Boise State University’s Student Union Building.
Season extras will include The Messiah, Chamber Concerts (formerly Casual Classics) and Silent Films.