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Music Is A Time Machine. With One Flick Of The Conductor’s Baton We’re In Grand Vienna, With 100 Voices Raised To Sing Of Joy And Hope For The Future. Blink Your Eyes, And We’ve Traveled To 1940s America At The Desk Of A Young Black Composer Who Is Destined To Break Barriers, As He Pours His Whole Soul Into A Lament For His Grandmother. Blink Again, And It’s The Present… Or Is It The Future? Cellphone And Computer Technology Pair With Human Creativity To Explore A Brave New Chapter. You’re Invited To Come Along On This Most Extraordinary Journey Of Past, Present And Future.
Eric Garcia Conductor
Maria Männistö Soprano
Sarah Mattox Mezzo-Soprano
Ross Hauck Tenor
Charles Robert Stephens Baritone
Boise Phil Master Chorale
George Walker Lyric For Strings
Ryan Carter Concerto Molto Grosso (For Audience And Orchestra)
Ludwig Van Beethoven Symphony No. 9 In D Minor
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