A world of authentic art experiences.
Year of the Brass is a project that connects brass players in grades 5-12 with professional musicians.
Taught by highly trained music instructors, the summer camp provides classes to families where music education has otherwise diminished.
The Explore Music! program provides an array of programs for students from across the Treasure Valley supporting and introducing classical music.
WINDOWS programs seek to give students a better understanding of cultures through the arts.
Anna Young’s opera The Enchanted Forest was presented to elementary and middle schools featuring 51 performances and reaching nearly 20,000 students.
Artist in Residence program provides arts education to students with special needs across Idaho in community centers and public schools.
The (HMS) program expands performing arts opportunities in McCall’s rural area, providing a youth orchestra and private lessons.
In partnership with the Magic Valley Arts Council and school districts, Arts on Tour brings a number of performances to local students.
Various programs are designed to provide music education to local students and foster music appreciation in the next generation.
250 Cascade students were introduced to Brazilian samba and Japanese taiko with a week long outreach.
Lapwai schools have offered band, choir, dance, drama and Native culture arts in the past but never stringed instruments until now.
Students participating in the institute are given the opportunity to rehearse and perform in the state-of-the-art Jensen Grand Concert Hall.
An in depth focus on Latino arts & culture workshops based on social issues pertinent to teens.
All outreach programs are designed to provide music education to local students and foster music appreciation in the next generation
Throughout the 2017/18 school year, Boise Philharmonic’s Explore Music! program brought our professional musicians into classrooms and auditoriums across the Treasure Valley, introducing classical music and the_
Kids Mountain Music Camp (KMMC) is a three day music and singing workshop in McCall that culminates in a performance at local’s night at the Summer Music_
The goal of the Corrido (Ballads) Concert 2017 Project was to promote knowledge and understanding among Latino youth and others about the contributions of the Latino community_
Throughout 2017-2018 Idaho Parents Unlimited’s Creative Access Artist in Residence program provided arts education curriculum for students across Idaho in community centers, special and general education classes._
“Culture of an Era” was a project undertaken by the Bonners Ferry Band students in the 2017-2018 school year. The primary focus of the year was swing_
A cornerstone of the College of Southern Idaho’s mission statement is to provide cultural opportunities for the community. To that end, the Arts on Tour performing arts_
Opera Idaho presented Opera for the Young’s adaptation of Donizetti’s The Elixir of Love to elementary and middle schools beginning on October 10 through November 7, 2017._
The Caldwell Fine Arts emPOWERme Arts Education Program sought to give students experience in the arts that increased tolerance and promoted self-confidence. As part of the 11_
Limited affordable extracurricular music activities exist for youth in our rural area, High Country Strings program not only expanded performing arts opportunities in our area, but also_
Through musical skill building, taught by highly trained and seasoned music instructors, our programs are reaching an increasing number of North Idaho families where music education has_
The 2018 Around the World with Dance and Drum program served approximately 260 students in grades k-12 in the rural communities of Cascade and New Meadows, Idaho._
Music Inspires! In July/August (2016), the Music Conservatory of Sandpoint, hosted its fourth annual Young Artist Exchange Program with visiting students and musicians from Mexico as part_
Limited affordable extracurricular music activities exist for youth in our rural area, High Country Music program not only expanded performing arts opportunities in our area, but also_
This year’s University of Idaho Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival explored the power of jazz as we celebrated 50 years of jazz education, performance and inspiration. Students had_
The ISCS Summer Institute for Piano and Strings (SIPS) serves the entire area of SE Idaho, including over 400 students that are involved in the School District_
The goal of the Corrido Concert 2016 Project was to promote knowledge about the economic and cultural contributions of the Latinos to the state of Idaho. Their_