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  • Breathing Fresh Life into Old Music

    Boise Baroque finishes season with Bach
      Made up of musicians from the Boise Philharmonic, Boise State University, and outside community, the Boise Baroque is the valley's only chamber orchestra specializing in Baroque music. The ensemble is now well into its sixth season, and its fourth year working under the baton of Daniel Stern.
  • Producing Boise

    Local producer Andy A., Project 7 Studios
      For many locals, Andy Agenbroad, better known as "Andy A.," is a familiar name in Boise's music scene. He's played with multiple bands, among them Haggis, 8 Ball Break and LuciousFuzz. He's also runs Gigs Music on Orchard Road. Gigs, which carries the subtitle "The Musicians' Pro-Shop," is an independent music store that specializes in guitars, drums, PA systems and is a great place to mingle with local musicians.

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