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1710, 2019

By |October 17th, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|

Photos from Boise Music Week 2019 have been loaded. There are photos for many of the events.

208, 2019

Auditions for “Into The Woods”

By |August 2nd, 2019|Categories: BMW News|

Auditions are expected to be in November or early December.  Watch Facebook for updates or signup on our volunteer page for audition notifications.  See Production page here.


1906, 2018

Auditions for Thoroughly Modern Millie

By |June 19th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

Things you should consider if you’re thinking about auditioning..

  • Auditions January 12 – 13, 2019
  • Rehearsal to begin 4 Feb 2019
  • Performance Dates are Thursday May 9 through Sunday, May 12 2019
  • This show has TAP dancing.
    You may want to take advantage of the TAP classes available throughout the valley
    Boise Rec is expected to have classes available this fall but other studios may have classes this summer.
1105, 2018

Boise Music Week Featured in Idaho Statesman

By |May 11th, 2018|Categories: BMW News|

Idaho Statesman Scene CoverIdaho Statesman Story on Boise Music Week
3101, 2018

Celebrate 100 Years with Us!

By |January 31st, 2018|Categories: BMW News|

Roger Lingle

President’s Message

Wow, we made it to our 100th Celebration of Boise Music Week! Thank you all for your support. We hope that you agree that Music Week is a treasure in our city and valley and is a tradition that should continue for the next 100 years.

Since 1919, MUSIC and the arts has been the focus of this special week. It is the longest such event in the United States. Of course, the events are all FREE of charge. The reason is YOU!  All the time, talent, and enjoyment would go unappreciated if generous people did not continue to support Music Week with their donations. Hundreds of hours put in by many people, all volunteering their time and talents make this week very unique in our area and state.

Beginning with International Dance Night and ending with the production of this year’s musical “The Music Man”, our community, especially our youth, are showcased. This year, because it is such a landmark, we will be adding some special performances including a “Barbershop Music Night”, special music at the public libraries, and concerts at the Grove. Of course we will still have the usual concerts – School Night, Music in the Park, Church Night, All That’s Jazz!, Organ Recitals and concerts and Showcase.

Again, we are so thankful for you as donors and patrons of the arts. A very special thanks to the Morrison Center Endowment Foundation for making it possible for BMW to perform in the phenomenal Morrison Center of the Performing Arts. Boise is a great city, made better by its strong support of the arts. We are indeed fortunate. We hope you enjoy the musical offerings of Boise Music Week and will continue to support our efforts for many years to come.

—Roger Lingle
President, Boise Music Week