I-90 Collective leads Baroque workshop
Posted on 07 August 2017
First Presbyterian hosts workshop in Bozeman
Baroque Music Montana and the Bozeman Symphony present the Period Performance Workshop for modern instrument performers, hosted by First Presbyterian Church, Aug. 25-27.
The workshop will present a final concert on Sunday, August 27, at 4 pm, free and open to the public, presenting chamber and orchestra works from the baroque period at First Presbyterian Church (26 W. Babcock St., Downtown Bozeman). This is the second year the workshop will present the free performance.
Workshop participants will spend three days examining original manuscript sources, conventions of baroque style as it relates to modern instruments, improvisation, and historical cultural context. The workshop is led by Artistic Director Carrie Krause and members of the I-90 Collective, comprised of busy baroque soloists, who perform extensively across the country and abroad with many of America's leading period-instrument ensembles. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_jT3IchKgQ
Preceding the workshop, the I-90 Collective will present a series of public concerts as follows:
Sunday August 20th at 4:00pmSt. Timothy's Chapel, Anaconda MTAdmission $20
Monday, August 21st at 7:00pmLaura Gilmore home, 83 Vista Grande, Ennis MT$20 individual/$30 per coupleRSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, August 22nd at 7:30pmClark Chateau, Butte MTAdmission $20 at door. Refreshments served.
Wednesday, August 23rd at 7:30pmPadilla Home, 67 Wade Lane, Bozeman MTAdmission $20 general/$5 studentsRefreshments served.RSVP Recommended.
For more information about these performances, please visit i90collective.com.
Faculty: The I-90 Collective
Carrie Krause, violin: Concertmaster of the Bozeman Symphony and recent guest director of Seattle Baroque, Carrie Krause has performed as soloist in the Leipzig Bach Festival, Boston Early Music Festival, and as a member of Apollos' Fire at the BBC Proms.
Adriane Post, Violin: Founding member of the acclaimed Diderot String Quartet, specializing in early romantic repertoire, and ensemble in residence at Holy Trinity in New York City and the National Cathedral in D.C. Adriane Post is described by Early Music Magazine as “one of North America's brightest and best."
Paul Dwyer, cello: Assistant principal cellist of the Chicago Lyric Opera and the Hande & Haydn Society, Paul Dwyer has a varied resume from heavy metal cello quartets to Fulbright scholar and Carnegie Hall Soloist.
John Lenti, lute and guitar: Multi-year winner of the Early Music America/Naxos competition and backbone of leading early music ensembles to major opera companies, John Lenti is praised by Gramophone for his “nuanced beauty and character.”
Benedict Williams, special guest lecturer & harpsichord, from the Royal Academy of Music: Benedict Williams was a chorister at King’s College Cambridge and a music scholar at Oundle School. He graduated from the University of York with a First Class Degree and the 'Outstanding Contribution' Prize in Music in 2015 and is currently studying harpsichord and conducting at the Royal Academy of Music.
For more information on the Period Performance Workshop, contact the Bozeman Symphony at email@example.com or 406-585-9774. Visit bozemansymphony.org for detailed information or by contacting Carrie Krause, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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