So you've heard the word "baroque" thrown around with the word "orchestra," and have been meaning to check it out. Well, today is your day. Boise Baroque Orchestra will perform its season finale at 2 p.m. at Cathedral of the Rockies.
Formed in 2003, the orchestra features a variety of musicians who perform with a slew of other musical groups in the Treasure Valley, including Boise Philharmonic and Opera Idaho.
Today's concert will be a celebration of Franz Joseph Haydn's work. An 18th-century composer, Haydn is frequently called the "father of the symphony" because of his contributions to the form.
Tickets to today's performance are $20, $15 for students and seniors, and FREE for children 17 and younger with a paying adult. Visit Boise Baroque's website for more info.