Carrie Krause, Artistic Director

Our 2021-2022 Season

Featuring

Sonata Tramontana

Carrie Krause & John Lenti

The concert tour of BaMM’s inaugural and Montana’s first commercial period instrument recording, featuring intimate and exploratory sonatas from the 17th century, played on baroque violin and theorbo. November dates in Paradise, Shelby, Big Sandy, Lewistown, and Bozeman.

 

Sonata Tramontana CD available for pre-order

We are pleased to offer advance sales of BaMM’s inaugural recording, Sonata Tramontana, featuring Carrie Krause on baroque violin and John Lenti on theorbo. This will be the first commercially-released period instrument recording in Montana.  It contains our favorite music especially suited for this instrumentation—sublime sonatas from 17th century Germany, to soothe the aesthetic and intimate cravings of the soul.

 

Tracks

Giovanni Antonio Pandolfi Mealli (1660-1669)
Sonata “La Monella Romenesca” in G major, Op 4 (Innsbruck,1660)

Giovanni Antonio Pandolfi Mealli (1660-1669)
“La Sabbatina” in C major, Op 3 (Innsbruch, 1660)

Philipp Friederich Boddecker (1607-1683)
Sonata in D minor from Sacra Partitura (Strasbourg, 1651)

Johann Heinrich Schmelzer (1623-1680)
Sonata Quarta in D major from Sonatae unarum fidium (Nuremburg, 1664)

Johann Heinrich Schmelzer (1623-1680)
Sonata Tertia in G minor from Sonatae unarum fidium (Nuremburg, 1664)

H.I.F. Biber (1644-1704)
Passacaglia in G minor (1674)

Upcoming

 

Did you miss it?

You can still watch Amadeus: The Concert at Bozeman Arts-Live. There you will find other recorded concerts, including some by members and friends of BaMM.

You can also catch Joy LaClair’s KGVM radio interview with Carrie Krause, conducted in preparation for BaMM’s performance of Amadeus: The Concert.  It covers Mozart, music, and more! 

The Bozeman Bach is a music video starring Carrie Krause, which recently won Best Music Video from Naples Film Awards!  Carrie performs J.S. Bach’s Violin Sonata no. 1 in G minor, BWV 1001, against the majestic backdrop of Montana’s Bridger mountains.

To watch the performance, click here. Tickets are $10, and the concert is available until the end of the year.

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