SECOND SUNDAY SOUNDS AT SIX (SSS@6)Join us for our FREE community recital series held on the second Sunday of every month at 6pm, at the McCall Community Congregational Church
JUNE 9, 2019
The Tree City Chamber Players is delighted to present its inaugural season in 2018/2019. With a mixture of woodwind, string & piano chamber music, members Melanie Keller (flute), Ryan Klein (oboe), Betsi Hodges (piano) and Brian Hodges (cello) will perform works by such notable composers as Bach, Beethoven, and Telemann, as well as a concert of all female composers.
For more information on each member, please visit their website.
JULY 14-20, 2019
There will be no Second Sunday Sounds in July. Instead, join us for our wonderful SummerFest 2019 performances under the direction of our new Artistic Director and Conductor, Eric Garcia. Check our our SummerFest 2019 page for all the details.
September 8, 2019
Derek Ganong’s BSU Jazz Ensemble featuring The David Le Quartet with Peggy Purdy on piano.
OCTOBER 13, 2019
Opera Idaho Returns with the Young Artists Program!
In the 2017-2018 season, Opera Idaho established its first Young Artists program. Opera Idaho’s Young Artists program is designed to provide training and performance experience for talented singers at the beginning of their professional careers. From September 2019 through April 2020, these young artists will be placed in a nurturing environment, treated as professionals and provided with compensation and a comfortable place to live.
During the 2019-2020 season the new class of Young Artists will tour the Treasure Valley and surrounding areas with our school outreach program, introducing students in grades K through 12 to opera. They will also be filling smaller roles in our mainstage operas as well as serve as understudies for the lead roles, as well as participate in smaller performances throughout the season.
NOVEMBER 10, 2019
Join us for an amazing evening with classical pianist Frank Huang. Frank Huang is an Associate Professor of Piano at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Previously, he served as a faculty member at The College of Wooster and The Cleveland Institute of Music. JoAnn Falletta, Music Director of Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra calls Frank Huang “A tremendous artist”.
Described by New York Concert Review as a “thoughtful and accomplished performer” and that his playing was “impressive for its maturity and refinement,” Mr. Huang has gained international recognition for his artistry and technical command. An avid chamber musician, he also enjoys performing with others as he has collaborated with members of the Cleveland Orchestra and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in recitals. Equally active as a soloist with orchestra, he has performed with the Sammamish Symphony, Northwest Philharmonia, Peru National Symphony, Wooster Symphony Orchestra, Central Ohio Symphony, and Sichuan Symphony Orchestra. More about Frank Huang can be found on his website at Frank Huang.