Every two years, students perform well-crafted baroque concerti with an orchestra of Bozeman’s top professional musicians, including three rehearsals and a public concert on Baroque Music Montana’s concert series. To apply: Send an audition recording of your compete concerto or concerto movement with piano or bass line accompaniment. Recordings may be audio or video, and […]
BaMM’s Carrie Krause will be the soloist with the Billings Symphony on January 23, 2020, playing Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. In addition to the live concert, the performance will be streamed. Visit https://billingssymphony.org/shows/classic-series/vivaldi/ for details.
Heigh Ho Holiday!, the holiday concert by Baroque Music Montana and the Bozeman Symphony, premiered on December 12, 2020, and received about 3,000 broadcast views from listeners all over the world, including Canada, Ireland, South Africa, Norway, Austria, Germany, New Zealand, Costa Rica, Italy, Netherlands, China, Japan, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, and France! Many thanks […]
Recording for the Heigh, Ho, Holiday! concert took place on December 6 at First Presbyterian Church. The concert will be available to stream on Saturday, December 12, at 7 pm on BozemanArts-Live.com. Host Thomas Thomas, creator of Bozeman Arts-Live, headed the recording session, assisted by BaMM board member Rob Maher. It’s going to a wonderful […]
Gallatin Valley Land Trust and Baroque Music Montana co-hosted “Bach at the Trails” on October 3, 2020, with students playing at Langhor, Peets Hill, and Sourdough Trails in Bozeman. Thanks to EJ Porth at GVLT for her excitement in making this possible, and to all musicians who played this beautiful day! We look forward to […]
Thanks to you, our recording project fundraising was a success. Exceeding our $5,500 goal, but meeting our needs, we raised $12,805! But sadly, due to the course of Covid, John Lenti was unable to travel for the scheduled recording session. But Carrie was able play a few pieces at Jereco Studios in Bozeman in […]
The New York Times printed this article called “5 Minutes That Will Make You Love Baroque Music,” https://tinyurl.com/y3cuq9yn, on October 7, 2020, as part of a series that has so far featured classical music, the piano, opera, the cello, Mozart, 21st-century composers, and the violin. Commentary and audio clips are followed by a Spotify playlist. […]