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Baroque Music Montana presents

"A Bunch of Baloney! - Music from Bologna"

Concert Tour - Aug 28-31, 2018
Roma became Rome.
Venezia became Venice.
Firenze became Florence.
But somehow Balogna never became Baloney, except in sandwiches.
We ladle the Balognese sauce on Corelli, Cazzati, Vitali, Caldara, Granata, and Gabrieli.

Performed by

The I-90 Collective

 Adriane Post from New York City and Bozeman Symphony concertmaster Carrie Krause, baroque violins, baroque cellist Paul Dwyer from Chicago, and John Lenti, theorbo. 


- Concerts -

Aug 28 at 7:30pm

Eagle Valley Ranch, Salmon ID

RSVP (973) 420-2013


August 29 at 7:30pm

Columbus Community Congregational Church

138 W 4th Ave N, Columbus MT

Admission $20 general, $5 students

Sponsored by Stillwater County Extension - More information k.a.ralph@gmail.com

 

August 30 at 7:00pm

Kania House

10052 Floating Island Way, Shepherd

Admission $25, refreshments served

RSVP Anne floatingisland@me.com

 

August 31 at 7:30pm

Beehler Home

144 Heather Lane, Triple Tree, Bozeman

Admission $25 general, $5 students. Refreshments served

Tickets 



BAROQUE MUSIC MONTANA and BOZEMAN SYMPHONY

present

THE PERIOD PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP

August 24-26, 2018


This summer features chamber music and a special guest harpsichordist joining us from the Royal Academy in London, Benedict Williams, as well as our fabulous faculty from the I-90 Collective. The workshop is open to professional and amatuer players as well as high school students. Presented by Bozeman Symphony and hosted by First Presbyterian Church in beautifuldowntown Bozeman,, the three-dayworkshop will feature:

  • Chamber coachings
  • Orchestral performances
  • Technique classes
  • Masterclasses
  • Period Stories and Tales

Join us for a free concert featuring all chamber and orchestral ensembles, Aug 26st at 4:00pm at First Presbyterian Church. All are welcome!

Registration available Here.

2015 was the inaugural year of Baroque Music Montana, made possible by a grant from The Juilliard School's Alan D. Marks Center for Career Services and Entrepreneurship.


 

HarpsichordistEvan Kory

Website by Sarah Stone