News from Boise 

ABOVE: Pictures from my recent recording session for an upcoming CD release.
 
! !  NOW AVAILABLE  ! !
Boise's NEW CD Release
"Rhapsody for Classic Film for Piano & Orchestra"!
 
See upcoming gigs on the About page!

My sincere thanks to Alice Alviani and Dean Garten of Family Piano Company and Brendan Alviani of Joplin's Java and Ragtime Cafe for the use of their venue and the amazing Sauter Concert 275 Concert Grand piano! My thanks also go to Wayne Munn and the Green Town Sound division of AFS Digital Media Services for recording and mastering my latest works.

As the seasons change, it's time to contact me about bringing my memorable blend of original compositions and popular classics to your event or gathering.

Welcome to the home of Boise Queen

Boise, also known as Piano Q, has been captivating fans of classical, jazz, and contemporary music since 1975. He offers a unique blend of classical and contemporary voicings to jazz and pop ballad standards from the late 40's to today. Listen to a selection of Boise's work on the Music page.

Send Boise an E-Mail to say Hello and find out how he can add something fresh and classy to your next private, corporate, or organizational event. Check out the No Hassle Gig Quote form !

Boise will also be happy to provide you information about his generous referral bonus program.

Boise's newest CD "Rhapsody for Classic Film for Piano & Orchestra" available for you to add to your collection. 


NEW! Visit the Video page for a clip from a recent gig!


 

When you visit Boise's home there is always new music.

The music you are enjoying was recorded live (including audience and seagull chatter) at a solo performance this summer on the shore of Lake Michigan at Stiner Pavilion. The event was sponsored by Family Piano Company and was a celebratory memorial in honor of the life and works of Mark MacLeod.

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For more performance samples, please visit the Music page. . .

 

For UPCOMING and past performances, visit the About page. . .