Members of the ISU Symphonic will be providing will be providing pre-concert holiday music for the Idaho State Civic Symphony event An ISU Chritmas. Members of the band will split up into student-led Woodwind Choir, Brass Choir, Percussion Ensemble to present holiday music in a variety of styles and settings.
Friday, December 13, 2013; 7:30 pm
Saturday, December 14, 2013; 7:30 pm
The faculty and students of the School of Performing Arts are among the most visible members of the ISU community and can often be found at functions and festivals well outside of their respective academic missions.
The School of Performing Arts maintains its presence in five buildings on the ISU campus, including the Stephens Center for the Performing Arts, where we present symphonic and concert performances, theatrical productions, and dance in world class facilities.
Our named performance spaces include the Jensen Grand Concert Hall, the Marshall Rotunda, the Bistline Thrust theatre, Rogers Black Box theatre, Bileyu Proscenium theatre, Goranson Recital Hall, Red Hill Dance Studios, and Caccia field at Holt Arena.
In the School of Performing Arts, the music, theatre, and dance programs continually produce a large number of shows and group performances. These productions provide first-hand training experience and opportunities to excell on-stage and behind the scenes.
The School of Performing Arts offers a diverse curriculum. Additionally, it fosters creativity, builds experience, and gives opportunities to succeed in many areas of expertise.
The faculty and students travel all around the region to further artistic vision, and many are recognized in activities at both national and international levels.
We invite you to come experience what the School of Performing Arts has to offer.