Six young Bozeman musicians presented concertos by Bach, Vivaldi, and Leclair, to an audience of more than 100, in beautiful Inspiration Hall in the Asbjornson Building at MSU, on April 27, 2019. Solo violinists were Dylan and Derek Wonenberg, Ian Novak, Grace Rembert, Daniel Gao, and Cade Fiddaman. They were accompanied by a professional orchestra […]
It is with excitement and pride we announce our 2019-20 season! For the first time, season subscription tickets will be offered for Bozeman concerts. Keep an eye on our website for details. Here is the lineup for Bozeman: The Complete Brandenburg Concertos November 16 at 7:30 at Hope Lutheran Classical String Quartets – January 4-12, […]
Baroque Music Montana is thrilled to participate in its first Give 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 on May 2 and 3. Your generosity will help greatly as we prepare our next 2019-20 season. Visit our […]
Baroque Music Montana and the Bozeman Symphony present the Period Performance Workshop, specifically for modern instrument performers, hosted by First Presbyterian Church, August 16-18. Workshop faculty will present a free concert Saturday, August 17th beginning at 7:30pm, at First Presbyterian Church (26 W. Babcock St., Downtown Bozeman). A second free performance featuring workshop participants will […]
BaMM would like to share this press release about an upcoming concert series, featuring Carrie Krause as concertmaster. Musikanten Montana announces the 17th annual Montana Early Music Festival January 17-20, featuring the Montana premiere of HIP (Historically Informed Performances) of J.S. Bach’s Christmas Oratorio (part 2). Following up on the acclaimed 2018 performances of the […]
We are excited to announce that we are now officially a nonprofit (501c3) organization! Many thanks to Hugh McFadden, who filed our non-profit status papers. Donations are now tax-deductible. Welcome to our new board members: Ben Phinney, president; Carrie Krause, artistic director; Judy Tsiang, secretary; and Rob Maher, treasurer.