Carrie Krause, Artistic Director

Read the details of our condensed but remarkably rich and varied season in Carrie’s welcome message.

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We are excited to announce that the new recording by Carrie Krause and John Lenti is out!

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Corelli - A Lover of Art and Long Walks

Carrie Krause, baroque violin & Sarah Stone, baroque cello & Gabe Shuford, harpsichord

BaMM will embark upon a rural tour presenting Corelli’s Opus 5 Sonatas (1700) which changed the course of western music. The performances will pair this exploration of Corelli – Rome’s greatest violinist who amassed an incredible art collection – with rural art galleries, art studios, and museums in 8 performances with baroque violin, cello, and harpsichord. These concerts will illuminate artists, rural artistic spaces, and Montana’s historic value of visual and aural art.

Jul 19 Bozeman & on tour to art-filled spaces

Fairest Isle

Carrie Krause & David Greenberg, baroque violin
Anna O’Connell, harp
Nate Helgeson, baroque bassoon & Annabeth Shirley, cello
John Lenti, theorbo

Come away with us on a journey to the British Isles. 18th century England was a melting pot of traditional and cutting-edge arts, where folk melodies blended with new French and Italian forms. We explore these developments in music of Purcell, Handel, Oswald, Jones, and others. Bringing together dance tunes, song arrangements, and courtly sonatas, this program truly has delights in store for everyone.

David Greenberg has a new solo recording Multiple Voices for One. Check it our here:

Aug 17 Backyard Baroque at Carrie & Paul’s, Bozeman & on tour

Bach at Trails

In partnership with Gallatin Valley Land Trust, musicians will be playing at trailheads around Bozeman on Saturday June 17, for hikers in a pop-up style intersection of music and nature, celebrating our community’s love of art and recreation.

Details on calendar.

Musicians of all ages, abilities, and instruments can sign up to play 20 minutes of Bach or various composers, or music of literally any style or kind by contacting

Beyond Baroque

Six High Places

Carrie Krause, violin & Genevieve Trygstad-Burke, dancer

In the summer, Carrie will take a solo piece from by fellow Fairbanksan and Pulitzer Prize winning composer John Luther Adams to six local peaks, along with dancer Genevieve Trygstad Burke, artistic director and founder of Raison D’Être Dance Project, for ‘climate-curated’ performance.  Together they will play music and improvise dance on the summits.

The public is invited to hike up and join as Carrie plays “The Wind at Maclaren Summit” from Adams’s Three High Places. They will peform the piece three times to ensure everyone gets a chance to witness this amazing work.  Carrie and Genevieve are both trail runners and hike at a brisk pace, so starting off before they do may be in order.

Dates from June 13—25. Peaks are Baldy, Sacagewea, Ramshorn, Blackmore, Sphinx, and Emigrant. Times listed are for parking lot departure. See calendar for details.

Please note this is a pop-up style event and those joining should take responsibility for their own adventure.


Carrie playing a violin on generous loan from Mark Hollinger of Hollinger Violins in Missoula
Photo by Blair Speed



SIGNATURE performances are included with a Season Ticket but you must ‘reserve’ a ticket to ensure a seat in our intimate, limited seating venues.