2019-20 Season

Excerpt from Vier Dansende Vrouwen, anonymous, 1688-1698

Brandenburg Concertos

The complete collection of the remarkably varied pieces, by J.S. Bach, featuring outstanding musicians from the Bozeman area.

Location

11/16/19 Hope Lutheran Church – Bozeman (Lecture Preview at Cikan House, 11/8/19)

Performers

Sarah Stoneback, trumpet | Sue and Megan Makeever, flute | Mike Nelson and John Dutton, horn | Sandy Stimson, Sandy Rolan, Beth Antonopoulos, oboe | Peter Guifford, bassoon | Carrie Krause, Pico Alt, Cade Fiddaman, violin | Anna Jesaitis, Mary Landeen, Zac Masiba, viola | Julia Slovarp, Chandra Lind, Else Trygstad-Burke, cello | Suzanne Ford, bass | Matthew O’Sullivan, harpsichord

Program

No. 1 in F Major J.S. Bach (1685-1750)
No. 2 in F Major  
No. 3 in G Major  
No. 4 in G Major  
No. 5 in D Major  
No. 6 in B♭Major  

A Shepherdess, Paulus Moreelse, 1630

The German Theatre – Early Romantic String Quartets

Catchy tunes in arrangements from that age for string theatre troupe. Works include Weber’s famous Overture to Oberon, selections from a theatre production about a misbehaving vampire, and Schubert’s suave “Rosamunde” string quartet. Musicians hail from London, Vancouver, Bozeman, and NYC, performing on early bows with gut strings in a Montana debut of the unique stylistic conventions of the early romantic era.

Locations

1/11/2020 Cikan House – Bozeman

Performers

Carrie Krause and Davina Clarke, Baroque violin | Tawnya Popoff, Viola | Sarah Stone, Cello

Program

Overture from Oberon J. 306 (1826) Carl Maria von Weber (1786-1826)
Selections from Der Vampyr, Op. 42 (1828)
Overture: Allegro con fuoco. Introduction: Chor de Hexen und Geister in abentheuerlichen Gistalten. Recitative and Areria: Ha! Noch einen ganzen Tag!
Heinrich Marschner (1795-1865)
Rosamunde String Quartet D.804 (1824)
Allegro ma non troppo, Andante, Menuetto: Allegretto-Trio, Allegro moderato
Franz Schubert (1797-1828)

 

Sky Cellos, Andrew Carruthers, 2016

Shades of War – Duos by Kodály & Ravel

Carrie Krause and Julia Slovarp present distanced duos in outdoor and large spaces. Works include culturally serious and ethnically evocative works by Ravel, Kodály, and Glière bookending WWI.

Locations

6/29 & 30/2020 Carrie’s House – Bozeman | 7/6/2020 Krause House – Helena | 7/7/2020 Campeau Lawn – Bozeman | 8/3/2020 Cory’s Bridger Home – Bozeman | 8/4 2020 Slovarp Chalet – West Boulder

Performers

Carrie Krause, Baroque violin | Julia Slovarp, Cello

Program

Eight Pieces, Op 39 Reinhold Glière (1875-1956)
Sonata for Violin and Cello Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)
Duo for Violin and Cello, Op 7 Zoltán Kodály (1882-1967)

 

Hond Acteon, Anna Cornelia Moda, c. 1679

Più con Meno – More with Less

A handful of voices can still make a chorus. Musicians have always understood that less can be more – that the smallest idea, the slightest gesture, or the simplest story can delight our senses and fill our imaginations.

Carrie Krause, violin, Annabeth Shirley, cello, and Nate Helgeson, bassoon, perform intricate and intimate works of the 17th and 18th centuries.

Repertoire includes Becker, Biber, Monteclair, and CPE Bach.

Locations

8/9/2020 Tinworks – Bozeman | 8/9/2020 Yellowstone Hot Springs – Gardiner | 8/10/2020 Broadcast from WMPAC – Big Sky | 8/11/2020 Kania Yellowstone Overlook – Shepherd | 8/12/2020 Red Barn Lawn – White Sulphur Springs | 8/13/2020 Lachapelle Chalet – Bozeman | Heritage Park – Columbus

Performers

Carrie Krause, Baroque violin | Annabeth Shirley, Baroque cello | Nate Helgesen, Baroque bassoon 

Program

Sonata in D major              Dietrich Becker (1623-1679)
Suite No. 1 in G major, BWV 1007
Prelude, Sarabande, Gigue
J.S. Bach (1685-1750)
Sixieme Concert in D minor
Allemande, Forlana, Passacaille, Menuet-Le Papillon, Gavotte, Sicilienne, Sarabande, Chaconne
M.P. de Montéclair (1667-1737)
Passacaglia from Rosary Sonatas (1676) H.I.F. Biber (1644-1704)
Flute Sonata in A minor, Wq. 132
Poco Adagio
C.P.E. Bach (1714-1788)
Violin Sonata in G major, RV 820
Allegro, Adagio, Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)

 

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