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BaMM’s April guest Valencia Baryton Project has released its new CD on July 23.  It’s called Haydn Baryton Trios: Treasures from the Esterháza Palace, and you can listen to it on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/1z0mQSvXttaMLBvW2G46bQ?si=WSf3dlkzQ-i5rTjMFajwjw We hope you’ll join us in April to hear this amazing music played LIVE on one of the world’s rarest instruments!

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In April 2022, the Valencia Baryton Project will be visiting us from Spain for a series of concerts with BaMM, featuring an instrument called the baryton.  The baryton will be played by Matthew Baker, and in this article from BerkleeNow, he talks about bringing this forgotten instrument out of obscurity.  Here is Baker playing this […]

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Our Bozeman graphic designer, Matt Cameron, created the Bach Roads of Montana logo.  He was inspired by J.S. Bach’s initials, in his own hand. From “Manuscripts, Pens and Composers,” by Jeffrey Dane: In Bach’s day paper was relatively costly, and this may partly account for the economy of his musical notation, which in his large […]

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We did set a record for Give Big!  With $3,000 in matching gifts, more than 30 donors raised $7,870 for Baroque Music Montana!  This was a 70% increase in number of donors and a whopping 250% increase in money raised over last year.

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Carrie Krause performs J.S. Bach’s Violin Sonata no. 1 in G minor, BWV 1001, against a majestic mountain backdrop of Montana’s awe-inspiring natural beauty.  Streaming from May 20–27 by Salon/Sanctuary Concerts as part of an early music series called B Live. “A testament to early music’s fortitude in the face of challenging times and technical […]

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Carrie Krause just bought a new, beautiful violin, built in 1740 by Andreas Ferdinand Mayr, known as the maker of Mozart’s childhood violin.  It will make its first performance premiere in Bozeman during Bach Roads of Montana! Since 2015, Carrie has been playing a 1720 Matthias Klotz from Mittenwald, which she plans to keep.  She […]

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Join Carrie Krause, violin, and Julie Gosswiller, piano, in pieces celebrating black and women musicians. Tune in on Bozeman Arts—Live! on Thursday, April 8, at 7 pm. This concert is made possible by The Bozeman Symphony and Montana State University School of Music. It will be performed live at MSU’s Reynolds Recital Hall on April […]

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This the third year Baroque Music Montana is participating in Give Big, a 24-hour celebration of giving to raise funds for nonprofits serving Gallatin Valley. From 6 pm Thursday, May 6 until 6 pm Friday, May 7. Visit givebiggv.org. Last year, more than 20 donors gave more than $1,600 to BaMM at this event.  It […]

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Baroque Music Montana and Intermountain Opera Bozeman partner for the first time in a virtual program, on March 20, featuring instrumental and vocal works dedicated to rebirth, hope, and new life. Familiar classics like Vivaldi’s “Spring” will be paired with lesser-known gems like Alessandro Scarlatti’s baroque opera “The Glory of Spring” and contemporary art songs […]

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Carrie Krause was profiled in the Bozeman Symphony’s new Musician Spotlight Series.  

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