Idaho Bach Festival Archive

A collection of programs and posters from University of Idaho's annual Bach Festival

About The Idaho Bach Festival

The Idaho Bach Festival is a community event celebrating the work of Johann Sebastian Bach and other composers of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries in performances by University of Idaho’s Lionel Hampton School of Music faculty and students, and guest artists from other universities in the region.

The festival was founded in 2011 by Michael Murphy, director of choral studies at the Lionel Hampton School of Music. It is now co-directed by cello professor Miranda Wilson and voice professors Christopher Pfund and Lynette Pfund.

This digital collection provides access to programs, posters, and other materials documenting the Idaho Bach Festival through its history.

Technical Credits - CollectionBuilder

This digital collection is built with CollectionBuilder, an open source tool for creating digital collection and exhibit websites that is developed by faculty librarians at the University of Idaho Library following the Lib-Static methodology.

Using the CollectionBuilder-CSV template and the static website generator Jekyll, this project creates an engaging interface to explore driven by metadata.

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