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BaMM featured on Spokane Public Radio

Jim Tenevan’s Jan 5, 2023 interview with Carrie Krause for the radio show “From the Studio” is podcast here. “Bozeman, Montana-based violinist Carrie Krause firmly believes that music from the Baroque era (roughly 1600-1750) is

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Baroque Music course starts in February

Montana State University’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) is offering a three-session course called “Baroque Music – Rediscovering our European Musical History,” taught by BaMM’s Carrie Krause.  It meets on Wed, 10 am–noon, Feb 22–Mar

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A trip to the violin store

It was a great stroke of coincidence that while shopping for a modern violin, in the modern violin shop center of America, my former teacher was in town visiting the same shop! Andres Cardenes is

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BaMM joins AmazonSmile

BaMM is now registered at AmazonSmile where Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to nonprofits.

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Virginia City concert helps restore stained glass

The August 17, 2022, La Boheme concert held at St. Paul’s Episcopal church was a rousing success and was covered in the August 25 issue of the Madisonian newspaper.  Proceeds from the concert were donated

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Thank you, Give Big donors

Baroque Music Montana raised more than $8,000 during Gallatin Valley’s Give Big 2022 event May 4 and 5, thanks to your generosity.  You make our future bright!  This support is tremendously meaningful to our organization

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Recital via Railroad Program

Recital via Railroad: Historic Montana Violin & Piano, 1890-1920 A recital based on the first violin recitals performed in Montana. Locations 3/31 Montana Day Building, Lewistown | 4/1 Robins Home, Billings | 4/2 Reynolds Hall, Bozeman | 4/3 First Presbyterian, Dillon |

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Give Big is NEXT WEEK!

Baroque Music Montana is thrilled to participate once again in Big Gallatin Valley, the 24-hour online and live celebration of nonprofits in Gallatin County.  We hope you will consider BaMM as you make your contributions

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Sonata Tramontana CD update

A note from Carrie Krause on her upcoming recording, Sontana Tramontana, with lutenist John Lenti After touring the program in early November – visiting dear new locations of Shelby, Big Sandy, and Lewistown as well

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Recital via Railroad on YouTube

The Beyond Baroque concert Recital via Railroad: Historic Montana Violin & Piano, 1890-1920, performed on April 2, 2022, in Reynold Hall on the MSU campus can be seen in its entirety on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SO9j7miP2W0. Featuring Carrie Krause

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Excerpts from Con Tre Violini on YouTube

Two videos:  Sonata for 3 Violins and Continuo by Giovanni Fontana, and Sonata Seconda a 3, Libro 6 by Giovanni Buonamente. Played by Rachel Podger, Carrie Krause and Manami Mizumoto, baroque violins, Nate Helgeson, dulcian,

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BaMM on PBS

11th & Grant with Eric Funk premiered an episode (Season 14, Episode 6) devoted to BaMM on Feb 16, 2023, featuring Reggie Mobley, countertenor; Elliot Figg, harpsichord; John Lenti, theorbo; and Carrie Krause, baroque violin. 

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Video of Candide’s Voltaire

CANDIDE’S VOLTAIRE, featuring Arwen Meyers, soprano; Aaron Sheehan, tenor; Carrie Krause, baroque violin; Sarah Stone, viola da gamba; and John Lenti, theorbo View video of the February 12 show, including John Lenti’s pre-concert talk on

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On the radio

Fun radio programs coming up! Tune in live or stream (MST): Sunday Jan 22, 9 am on KGLT – violinists Davina Clarke and Carrie Krause discuss their friendship, performance careers as baroque violinists, new albums,

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BaMM featured on Spokane Public Radio

Jim Tenevan’s Jan 5, 2023 interview with Carrie Krause for the radio show “From the Studio” is podcast here. “Bozeman, Montana-based violinist Carrie Krause firmly believes that music from the Baroque era (roughly 1600-1750) is

read more ...

Baroque Music course starts in February

Montana State University’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) is offering a three-session course called “Baroque Music – Rediscovering our European Musical History,” taught by BaMM’s Carrie Krause.  It meets on Wed, 10 am–noon, Feb 22–Mar

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