Boise Music Week in its 100th Season This May

Local talent will perform Dance, Theater, and Music for this free event as it celebrates 100 years

WWI U.S. Army vet Eugene A. Farner began Boise Music Week in May 1919. As director of St. Michael’s Episcopal Cathedral, and the Boise Civic Festival Chorus, Mr. Farner connected with his community and created what is now a one-hundred-year tradition to showcase the talents of Boise musicians and performers.

Boise Music Week has grown and evolved over the years, but it has always featured local people who have worked hard to develop skills in music, theater, and dance, both modern and traditional. In the words of Roger Lingle, President of Boise Music Week 2017-2018, “Hundreds of hours put in by many people, all volunteering their time and talents make this week very unique in our area and state.”

Be sure to see these incredible performances for BMW 2019 (May 2 – May 12)

● Thoroughly Modern Millie
● Songs of the Basque
● Music in the Park
● The Egyptian Theater Organ Silent Movie Concert
● Much more every day![/ultimate_heading][/vc_column_inner]