Learn about Baroque dance + music

Julie Andrijeski Residency

October 17th - 22nd, 2023 - Boise, Idaho

Presented by the

Boise Baroque


Robert Franz, Artistic Director

Choose which events to attend!

A week of fun and interactive events leading up to two amazing concerts by Guest Artist, Julie Andrijeski.

Baroque Dance Demonstration

7:30 pm Tuesday, October 17th First Presbyterian Church

Learn Baroque Dance in this interactive workshop with Julie - watch or dance, it’s up to you! Once the dancing ends, guests will be invited to watch Julie workshop with the musicians on Baroque performance style.

  • No ticket needed, just show up!
  • Wear comfortable clothes, no shoes
  • The dance portion will be accessible to all, no physical agility or talent needed!

Masterclass: Baroque Violin Technique Coaching & Feedback

2:00 pm Thursday, October 19th Boise State Recital Hall

Watch local college students perform and receive feedback from Julie!

  • No ticket needed

Fall Concerts: Folly and Madness in the 18th Century

7:30 pm Saturday, October 21st, First Presbyterian Church

2:00 pm Sunday, October 22nd, First Presbyterian Church

Watch Julie Andrijeski lead the Boise Baroque Orchestra in an exciting concert filled with Baroque dance music and other whimsical selections

  • Ticketed event, click the link below to purchase, also available at the door

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Who is Julie Andrijeski?

Julie Andrijeski is a nationally celebrated Baroque violinist and instructor who grew up in Boise, Idaho. She has been recognized for her “invigorating verve and imagination” (Washington Post), “fiery and poetic depth” (Cleveland Plain Dealer), and “velvety, consistently attractive sound” (New York Times).

Julie grew up around dance as her mother taught locally for many years. She believes musicians and audiences grow in appreciation and understanding of Baroque music when they understand the elements of dance associated with how it was originally performed. Join her and the Boise Baroque Orchestra as they explore Baroque music during her residency.

Plan Your Visit

Venue Information

Boise State Recital Hall

2201 West Cesar Chavez Lane, Boise, ID 83725

Park in the paid Brady Parking Garage (2204-2250 W University Dr, Boise, ID 83706) and walk toward the Morrison Center

Enter the doors to the academic side of the building (not glass Morrison Center Performance Hall). The academic side of the building is to the left of the performance hall when approaching the building from Cesar Chavez Lane. Take the stairs up to the Recital Hall.

First Presbyterian Church

950 W State St, Boise, ID 83702

Getting here

Located on the north side of State St. on the intersection of State and 10th in Downtown Boise.

When heading East from Eagle, the church is on your left. When coming from West from Southeast Boise, the church is on your right.

Free parking is available behind the church in designated lot or on the street anywhere around the church. Paid parking is available on the opposite side of State Street.

See you in October for the events and concerts!

Questions? Email info@boisebaroque.org or call 208-297-3182

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Boise Baroque

Robert Franz, Artistic Director

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