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Carrie Krause, Artistic Director
Genevieve Trygstad-Burke and Carrie Krause. Photo by Blair Speed

Announcements

Bach at Trails 2024

Two people stand by a sign playing clarinets in a wooded area. A dog on a leash walks in the foreground. In partnership with Gallatin Valley Land Trust, musicians and dancers will appear at the following trailheads from 11 am–1 pm on Saturday, June 8, for hikers in a pop-up style intersection of music, dance, and nature, celebrating our community’s love of art and recreation. Rain date June 9, 11:30–1:30 pm.

  • Story Mill Park near climbing rock & playground
  • South Cottonwood Trailhead
  • Kirk Hill
  • Burke Park Bridge (entrance to Peet’s Hill)
  • Tuckerman Park at Goldenstein
  • Langhor Park by the climbing rock (near intersection of Tracy & Mason)

This year we invite both musicians and dancers to join. 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. We hope dancers and musicians might be interested to work together with dancers improvising to musician’s music, and if you’d like to be paired up, please indicate this in the sign-up. Enjoy the wind, clouds, and birdsong influence. Hikers feel free to be in touch for more information regarding musician locations.

Continuing their collaboration from last summer’s “Six High Places,”  violinist Carrie Krause and dancer Genevieve Trygstad-Burke will appear as part of this event.

Contact info@baroquemusicmontana.org for more information and to sign up to play.

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Pachelbel - Not just a one-hit wonder

We welcome summer with Musicalische Ergötzung – Musical Delights – from Johann Pachelbel.  These dances were written with alternative tunings for the violins (scordatura), which was a common technique among Baroque composers.  Our June program featuring this set of Pachelbel’s lesser-known, but just as delightful, chamber works features two baroque violins, theorbo and harpsichord.

Learn more and buy tickets.

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Our new must haves

Introducing Baroque Music Montana’s gorgeous socks and elegant canvas tote bags! Available at our concerts for $12 and $28,

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