2022-23 Season

This season started in January 2023 as Carrie was traveling in Europe until then.

Rachel Podger

Con Tre Violini

A program featuring some of the 17th century’s best repertoire scored for three violins and continuo, featuring Rachel Podger.


1/6 Davis House Bozeman | 1/7 Recital Hall Missoula | 1/8 Colter-Sanchez House Helena | 1/9 Cisel Hall Billings | 1/10 Calvary Episcopal Church  Red Lodge  | 1/11 Farris House Bozeman | 1/12 Old Main Gallery Bozeman


Rachel Podger (violin by Antonio Pizarini, Genoa 1739) & Carrie Krause (violin by Andrea Ferdinand Mayr, Salzburgh 1740) & Manami Mitzumoto (violin by Joan Carol Klotz, Mittenwald 1761),  | Nate Helgeson (dulcian by Martin Praetorius, Beedenbostel 2022, after Berlin) | John Lenti (theorbo by Klaus Jacobsen, London 2001, after anonymous Italian 17th c models)


Sonata for 3 Violines & Continuo (1641) Giovanni Fontana (1589-1630)
Sonata Seconda a 3, Libro 6 (1636) Giovanni Buonamente (1595-1642)
Sonata Seconda a Sopran Solo, Libro 2 (1629), Sonata X for 2 Violins & Continuou, Libro 2 (1620) Dario Castello (1602-1631)
Canon & Gigue in D major, P. 37 (1680) Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706)
Sonata XXI ‘con tre violini’ (1615) Giovanni Gabrieli (1556-1612)
Recercada prima sobre Doulce memoire Diego Ortiz (1519-1570)
Pavane in G minor (1680), Three Parts Upon a Ground (1678) Henry Purcell (1659-1695)

Davina Clarke

“Nouvelles Variations de Divers Airs”

(Or, New Variations on Diverse Tunes)
Davina Clarke & Carrie Krause & Julia Slovarp in a fiddle fest!


1/25 Cikan House Bozeman


Davina Clarke (violin by Francisco Rugeri, Cremona 1659) | Carrie Krause (violin by Andreas Ferdinand Mayr, Salzburg 1740) | Julia Slovarp (cello by Maurice Rougier, Toulon 1926


Sonata in D major, TWV 40:120 from Canons Molodieux (1738) Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767)
Sonata in G minor, Op 15 (1750) Carlo Tessarini (1690-1766)
Trio Sonata in F major, Op 3 No 1 (1689) Archangelo Corelli (1653-1713)
Violin Duo in e minor, B. 518 (1789) Ignaz Pleyel (1757-1831)
Dubourg’s Maggot, Cornet tune by G.F. Handel from Airs & Duets for Two Flutes, Book 1 Arr. John Walsh (166501736)
Folies de Espagne (1736) from Nouvelles Variations de Divers Airs Jean-Pierre Guignon (1702-1774)


1770 coin of Voltaire (1694-1778)

Candide’s Voltaire

Music related to French Enlightenment writer and philosopher Voltaire, with pre-concert talk by John Lenti.


2/8 Quinn’s Hotsprings Paradise | 2/9 Holter Museum of Art Helena | 2/10 Big Sky Chapel Big Sky | 2/11 Peace of Christ Church Bozeman | 2/12 Community Congregational Church Columbus


Arwen Myers soprano | Aaron Sheehan tenor | Carrie Krause baroque violin | Sarah Stone viola da gamba | John Lenti lute & theorbo



Rondeau François Francouer (1698-1787)
Tota pulchra es André Campra (1660-1744)
Vos mépris chaque jour Michel Lambert (1610-1696)
Chaconne M.P. de Montéclair (1667-1737)
“Je vivrai” from Roland Niccolò Piccinni (1728-1800)
“O Mort” (Prison Song) from Fêtes Ramire Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764)
“Fairest Isle” from King Arthur Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
Enfin la beauté Etienne Moulinié (1599-1676)
Thou turn’std this world Purcell
Ah, qu’on est malheureux M.A. Charpentier (1643-1704)
“Tristes apprêts” from Castor et Pollux Rameau
Canon from Musical Offering J.S. Bach (1685-1750)
Délices des étés Sébastien le Camus (1610-1677)
Aux plaisirs, aux délices bergères Pierre Guédron (c1750-c1620)
La Portugaise Antoine Forqueray (1672-1745)
“Lorsque Vénus” from La Princesse de Navarre Rameau
“Happy We” from Acis and Galatea G.F. Handel (1685-1759)
O fair Cedaria Purcell
His golden locks John Dowland (1573-1626)
Les voix humaines Marin Marais (1656-1728)
“Enfin je vous revois…Je vais punir une barbare” from La Temple de la Gloire Rameau