NAN Presents Baroque Music Montana At GHS March 14
March 8, 2023
Baroque Music Montana specializes in chamber music inspired by history, performing works by celebrated composers of the Baroque, as well as many pieces rarely or not heard since the 18th century.
Artistic director and violinist Carrie Krause founded Baroque Music Montana in 2015, featuring the world’s top Baroque specialists, playing on period instruments. This music was composed between 1600 and 1750 and still resonates with audiences today.
BaMM’s tagline is Music inspired by history and it has expanded its offerings to include music from other periods in a series called Beyond Baroque. BaMM has also expanded its reach to audiences further afield, including rural areas that rarely get to see live classical music. Carrie’s reputation and personal network attracts musicians far and wide who love returning to appreciative audiences, outstanding musical colleagues, and local hospitality—all amid the grandeur of Montana. On both Baroque and modern violin, Carrie is a recognized musical leader in Montana and beyond. Her innovative and deeply researched programming includes not only treasured pieces of the repertoire but also unusual and rarely heard pieces, the majority played in Montana for the first time, whether performed in houses, churches, backyards, or parks..
They will be performing at Glasgow High School on Tuesday, March. 14, at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at the door. Prices are $20 for adults, $18 for senior citizens and $15 for students (or free with an activity ticket).
This event is made possible in part through grant support from the Montana Cultural Trust, Montana Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts, the Montana Performing Arts Consortium and WESTAF.
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