Featuring in August
No, not the opera! Join Baroque Music Montana for a journey to 18th century Prague, featuring works of Bohemian composers Reichenauer, Tuma, Jiranek, Losy and more. The names might not be familiar, but we know you’ll love this brilliant and unusual music from the Czech capital.
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Period Performance events
Baroque Music Montana and the Bozeman Symphony offer the Period Performance Workshop every August, hosted by First Presbyterian Church in Bozeman.
The free public events below are a light-hearted exploration of the musical culture of Paris during the Enlightenment. Discussions of great philosophers blossomed in the salons and coffee shops of Paris, with the Enlightenment a dramatic backdrop for the end of Louis XIV’s reign, the French Revolution, and Napolean’s machinations. Here dawned high fashion and the modern restaurant, to the tunes of Rameau, Gossec, Leclair, Getry, and Pleyel.
A faculty concert will be held Friday, August 19 at 7 pm, following a dinner lecture at 5:45. The next day, Saturday, August 20, will be a lunch lecture at 1:15. A final performance, featuring workshop participants, will be held on Sunday, August 21, at 4 pm. Concerts will present chamber and orchestra works from the baroque period. All events are free and open to the public.
Backyard Baroque at Carrie Krause’s home in the Hyalite foothills south of Bozeman. Come join us on August 18!