Thank you, Boise!

The Boise Baroque Orchestra is now

the Boise Baroque Summer Music Festival.

After 20 wonderful years performing in Downtown Boise, our ​orchestra is now able to transform into a four-week summer music ​festival. Read on for more information about the change and for ​answers to some frequently-asked questions.

Boise Baroque

Orchestra

Robert Franz, Artistic Director


Three years ago the Boise Baroque Orchestra began performing summer concerts ​outdoors at the Château des Fleurs in Eagle. Immediately these concerts were well ​received and well attended, breaking all audience records. In addition, the ​demographic variation in those audiences was wide, consisting of 30-40% new ​audiences at each concert. This audience of families and friends embraced these ​opportunities to relax and enjoy beautiful music performed in this idyllic outdoor ​setting. The fall, winter, and spring concerts on the other hand, have not grown, ​and the scheduling of those concerts has become more and more difficult as the arts ​scene in Boise prospers.


Due to these factors, the Boise Baroque Orchestra has made the decision to pivot ​and turn itself into the Boise Baroque Summer Music Festival. Our new season ​schedule will consist of four Sundays at the end of the summer. This change will ​provide us with the vehicle to grow our audiences, develop a wider donor base, ​increase our visibility, and develop a stronger education program, all while ​providing audiences with excellent music making and intriguing repertoire from ​the 18th century.


We would like to offer a huge thank you to our subscribers, who have supported ​the Boise Baroque Orchestra fall, winter, and spring concerts for so many years. We ​recognize that it is the support and generosity of our audience that have made our ​concerts possible. We invite you to join the Boise Baroque Summer Music Festival ​as we continue to build on our successes and pour our resources into becoming the ​premiere baroque summer festival in the Pacific Northwest.​



Frequently Asked Questions

Will there be any concerts in the fall, winter, or sprin​g?

Boise Baroque Orchestra will no longer be performing fall, winter, or spring ​concerts in the 2024-2025 season. Keep your eyes peeled for news about our ​fundraiser events during the winter season!

Will there be any performances at First Presbyterian Church?

Yes! the Boise Baroque Conductor/Soloist Workshop and Summer Baroque Institute will both include free performances at First Presbyterian Church.

I’m a Season Subscriber to the fall, winter, and spring​ concerts. What will happen to my subscription?​

If you are a Recurring Subscriber whose subscription renewed before March 19, ​2024, you should already have been contacted by a member of our staff about ​transferring your tickets to the Summer Concerts, donating the cost of your ​subscription, or receiving a full refund. If you have questions about your recurring ​subscription, please email info@boisebaroque.org or call the office at

208-297-3182.


If you are a Recurring Subscriber whose subscription did not renew before March ​19, 2024, your renewing subscription was cancelled and you will not be billed for ​the 2024-2025 Season. You may have received an email from Square, our third ​party billing service, about a pause or cancellation to your subscription.


Thank you to all of our Season Subscribers for supporting the Boise Baroqu​e Orchestra for twenty years​!

Will any of the summer concerts be held indoors?​

All four of the summer concerts at the Château des Fleurs will be held outdoors in​ the gardens unless inclement weather on concert day moves us inside​.

What will the new summer 2024 program be?​

We are so glad you asked! We have a great program in store.

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Contact Us

address
mail
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1020 W. Main Street, Ste. 311, Boise, ID 83702


info@boisebaroque.org


​208-297-3182


@BoiseBaroque


www.Facebook.com/BoiseBaroque

Boise Baroque

Orchestra

Robert Franz, Artistic Director

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