Carrie Krause, Artistic Director

Announcing our
2021-2022 Season


Amadeus: The Concert

Kamarata and Guests

October 9, Bozeman

Baroque Music Montana presents top regional classical musicians exploring influences and connections to the brilliant and jubilant Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in Bozeman’s new acoustically stunning Gallatin High Auditorium. The program opens with Bozeman’s advanced high school ensemble, Kamerata, as a kick off to their tour of Salzburg and Vienna. Following, join Carrie Krause and friends take the stage in this polished, fiery, and joyous celebration of Mozart’s craft, influenced by historic style.


Repertoire to include
Sonatae tam aris quam aulis servientes No IV by H.I.F. Biber, featuring Sarah Stoneback, trumpet
Symphony No 44 “Trauer” by Haydn
Oboe Concerto in C Major by Mozart, featuring Sandy Stimson, oboe
Symphony No 25 in G minor by Mozart

Sarah Stoneback, trumpet
Sandy Stimson, Sandy Rolan, & Beth Antonopulos, oboe
Bill Sharnberg, Elizabeth Schmidt, Madeliene Forkerts, & Maria D’Ambrosio, horn
Kathleen Reynolds & Derek Bannasch, bassoon
Carrie Krause,  Felix Guggenheim, Angella Ahn, Cade Fiddaman, Natalie Padilla, Beth Madsen, & Stephen Cepeda, violin
Lindsey Strand Polyok & Anna Jesaitis, viola
Julia Slovarp & Chandra Lind, cello
Sue Yelanjian, bass
Julie Gosswiller, keyboard

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.


A BaMM RECORDING! Sonata Tramontana available for pre-order

We are pleased to offer advance sales of BaMM’s inaugural recording, Sonata Tramontana. This will be the first commercially-released period instrument recording in Montana, for CD and digital release, of our favorite music especially suited for this instrumentation of sublime sonatas from 17th century Germany, to soothe the aesthetic and intimate cravings of the soul.