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After A Very Difficult 2020, Boise Arts Organizations Continue To Create

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The pandemic has dramatically impacted arts organization across the globe, forcing some to close their doors for good. Others have been able to pivot performances online and resume at least some operations for their artists and fans.

Here in Boise, many arts organizations are in the middle of performance seasons. Joining us to talk about how they're going about their business as COVID-19 continues to make large gatherings impossible is Opera Idaho General Director Mark Junkert, Artistic Director of the Boise Philharmonic Eric Garcia and Garrett Anderson who is Ballet Idaho's artistic director.

 

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Troy Oppie is a reporter and local host of 'All Things Considered' for Boise State Public Radio News. He's also heard Saturday nights on Boise State Public Radio Music's Jazz Conversations.