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POCATELLO — Pianist William Joseph and the Teton Chamber Orchestra are scheduled to perform March 7 as part of the Idaho State University Season of Note concert series.
The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Jensen Grand Concert Hall of the Stephens Performing Arts Center.
Joseph began playing piano as a child and won a full music scholarship at age 8. He studied with Russian pianist Stella Saperstein.
In 2003 he met David Foster, a Canadian musician, composer and record producer, and the two began collaborating. Several of the songs that resulted in the collaboration appear on Joseph’s debut album “Within.”
Joseph opened for Josh Groban’s “Closer” tour in 2014 and for Clay Aiken’s “Joyful Noise” tour in 2005. He has also performed with Natalie Cole, Kenny G, John Mayer and Alicia Keys.
Joseph has released three studio albums, his most recent being “Be Still” in 2012.
The Teton Chamber Orchestra has previously performed with Chris Botti, Solas, Collin Raye, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Acoustic Eidolon, Will Ackerman, Mindy Gledhill, Jon Schmidt, Sara Hickman, and Scott Cossu, among others. The orchestra is based in Idaho Falls.
Tickets are $25 for lower level seating and $20 for upper level. Tickets can be purchased at by calling the box office at 282-3595, visiting the box office in person, online at www.isu.edu/tickets, or at Vickers Western Stores in Pocatello and Idaho Falls. The box office is open one hour prior to show time.