Announcing our

2020/2021 Season Concerts

Tree City Chamber Players' First Livestream Recital!

featuring guest soprano, Kendra Kae

The Return of Tree City Chamber Players!

Please join us on Saturday, October 10th at 5PM (MT) 

for our first livestream performance via YouTube Live. 

We have been eager to perform for the public and our loyal fans for over six months, and thanks to modern streaming technology, we are pleased to present a program of mixed works for voice, flute, oboe, and piano by Bach, Strauss Jr., Chamberlain, Britten, and more. 

Tree City Chamber Players is pleased to collaborate with the fabulous Kendra Kae, soprano, for this fun and energetic program.

 

To join us, simply CLICK HERE

10% of donations collected will be given to the Idaho Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence.

Serve yourself your favorite refreshments, or even have an early dinner, and enjoy the show! 

An Idaho native, Soprano Kendra Kae is applauded for her stunning sound and intuitive musicality. With Opera Elect, she performed several new works including the role of Kitty in the new opera Parainphernalia by Taja and Anna Astar. With Opera Idaho, she covered Poussette in Manon and performed in the ensemble of Acis and Galatea at Opera Idaho. She was was featured as a guest artist at the Narnia Festival in Narni, Italy where she sang Mascagni’s Ave Maria and Pergolesi’s Salve Regina among other performances.

 

In previous seasons, Ms. Kae performed the roles of Papagena and Pamina in The Magic Flute, Miss Todd in The Old Maid and the a Thief, and Coaxer in Three Penny Opera. She has performed as a soloist for The Messiah and Critical Mass’s production of Considering Matthew Shepard. She has also sung in the chorus of both Don Giovanni and Aida with Opera Idaho. She has graced many small venues through Opera Idaho, Opera Elect, and the Treasure Valley Opera Collective. 

 

She currently produces her own live stream concerts, and will be in the role of The Child with Opera Elect.

 

Kendra completed her degree in Music Education from Brigham Young University-Idaho in 2009. Having taught music for nearly ten years, she is shifting her focus to performance and is excited for wherever it may take her. She is a resident member of Opera Elect, and also a founder of the Treasure Valley Opera Collective.

And coming soon....

Celebrating Idaho!

featuring guest cellist, Stephen Mathie

New works for flute, oboe, cello & piano written by Idaho composers Eric Alexander, Jim Cockey and Dave Earnest.  These commissions were made possible by a generous grant from the

Boise City Department of Arts & History.

Due to public health and safety concerns, our "Celebrating Idaho!" programs, as well as all other in-person 2020 season concerts have been postponed indefinitely.

Please stay in touch, and visit our website or social media pages soon to learn more.

Past Concerts

 

French Favorites

featuring guest violist, Aurora Torres

Music of Gaubert, Poulenc, Debussy, Loeffler & Devienne

Sunday, January 5, 2020  3:00PM

Esther Simplot Center for the Performing Arts

Boise, ID

Saturday, January 11, 2020  2:00PM 

Red Rock Christian Church 

Boise, ID

Saturday, February 15, 2020  7:00PM

Caldwell Christian Church

Caldwell, ID

A portion of donations collected were given to the El-Ada Community Action Partnership.

 

Second Sunday Sounds at Six

featuring guest violist, Aurora Torres

Music of Telemann, Dring, Fruehwald, Schumann, Debussy, W.F. Bach, and Griffes

Sunday, June 9, 2019  6:00PM

McCall Community Congregational Church

McCall, ID

Mother's Day Recital Celebrating Women Composers

Music of Telemann, Dring, Clarke, Leiter, and Schumann

Sunday, May 12, 2019  3:00PM

Esther Simplot Center for the Performing Arts

Boise, ID

A portion of donations collected were given to the Women's & Children's Alliance.

Tree City Chamber Players Debut Recital!

Music of Telemann, Hoover, Bruch, W.F. Bach, and Rochberg

Sunday, January 13, 2019  3:00PM

Esther Simplot Center for the Performing Arts

Boise, ID

A portion of donations collected were given to the Idaho Foodbank.