Not a ticketed event : Seating is first come first served
American Piano Duo Marcellus Brown, Conductor
Showcase Concert Night
FIRST HALF AT 7:00 P.M.
THE AMERICAN PIANO DUO, featuring Jeffrey Shumway and Del Parkinson.
They have been a piano duo team since 1984. They first met at the Gina Bachauer
International Piano Competition and later studied together at Julliard School of Music.
Today Shumway is Professor emeritus at Brigham Young University and Parkinson is
A professor of piano at Boise State University.
Tonight’s performance promises to be a Wonderful Collection of outstanding Piano Duets.
It will include many famous composers: Gershwin, Mendelssohn, and Rachmaninoff, a
Program which they have performed throughout the United States, Europe, & Mexico.
Boise Music Week is proud to present this outstanding performance, They will
Enlighten you all with their virtuosity and delightful moods on our twin pianos tonight !
SECOND HALF AT 8:00 P.M.
TREASURE VALLEY CONCERT BAND
Marcellus Brown is the Director of Bands at Boise State University, and conducts the
University Symphonic Winds and the Treasure Valley Concert Band. This band has performed
At several Music Education conferences. He has been the Director for over 18 years. During
This time these outstanding musicians have developed this band into one of the finest in the
Northwest. They, too, have promised to perform a concert of wonderful Band music which will
Insure a rousing acceptance of ALL the members of our audience. True to the ideals of an
OLD- FASHIONED Sunday Concert in the Park you will be treated to a terrific selection of
Music which will include “Rhapsody in Blue”,with Del Parkinson at the Piano , famous Marches,
Broadway Musicals, and Toe-tapping songs….
MAKE THIS A MUST, AND ATTEND THIS GREAT CONCERT !!
Relish Big Band Sounds!
Dan Johnson & Jim Perkins
Borah High School
6001 Cassia St, Boise, ID 83705
Monday – May 6th, 2019
Borah’s auditorium is a separate building on the west end of the Borah High’s campus behind the tennis courts. The main entrance is on the north side of the building facing the tennis courts. Parking is available in front of Borah High and between the main campus and the auditorium. .