Where are my fellow "orch dorks" at?

If you look back through my ancient photos on Facebook, there's no hiding that I was an "orch dork." I played cello in my school's orchestra for eight years. I signed up for summer orchestra. I can't sing my way out of a paper bag, so I played in the pit orchestra to be part of the school's musical.

One of our most memorable concerts was the year that our "Fall Pops" concert as made up entirely of some of the most popular movie scores of all time. They hung a large screen over us and played clips from those films as we played. Needless to say, when your orchestra is made up of a bunch of high school students with very short attention span there were certainly rehearsals where we got distracted trying to watch the movies. We got yelled at all the time for that.

Did something like that happen when YOU were performing in your school's music program? Well then, it's time for everything to come full circle. You now have an opportunity to see how a philharmonic concert full of some of the most magical music and film clips in the world comes together!

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The Boise Philharmonic is performing "Disney in Concert" on Saturday, March 7 at the Morrison Center. They'll be joined by four Broadway caliber singers and will show high resolution clips from some of Disney's most beloved animated featured film throughout the performance. Some of the soundtracks featured include Froze, Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, The Little Mermaid, Tangled and The Lion King.

Tickets for the show are still available. Floor tickets range $49.70-$70.90. Mezzanine seats range $29.56-$70.90. They can be purchased HERE.