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Bitterroot Baroque

Hamilton, Montana
Upcoming Events

Bitterroot Baroque Presents

Music of Johann Sebastian Bach

 

2 PM - Sunday, February 18th, 2024

St. Paul's Episcopal Church

600 South 3rd Street, Hamilton, MT

3 PM - Monday, February 19th, 2024

Philipsburg Opera House Theatre

140 S Sansome St, Philipsburg, MT 59858

Admission by Donation ($30 suggested)

Concert Program

Johann Sebastian Bach - Brandenburg Concerto 3 in G Major, BWV 1048

Johann Sebastian Bach - Sinfonia from “Weinen, Klagen”, Sorgen, Zagen, BWV 12

Sinfonia from “Christ lag in Todesbanden”, BWV 4

Sinfonia from “Gleichwie der Regen”, BWV 18

 

Wilhelm Friedemann Bach - Excerpts from Overture Suite BWV 1070 in G minor

Georg Philipp Telemann - Trumpet Concerto in D major TWV 51:D7

Johann Sebastian Bach - Sinfonia from “Himmelskönig, sei willlkommen”, BWV 182

Sinfonia from “Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit”, BWV 106

Sinfonia from “Der Herr denote an uns”, BWV 196

Johann Sebastian Bach - Excerpts from Orchestral Suite No. 1 in C Major BWV 1066

Johann Sebastian Bach - Brandenburg Concerto 4 in G Major, BWV 1049

Program led by Curtis Foster, oboe and recorder,

and Sarah Stone, cello and viola da gamba

Upcoming Events

Bitterroot Baroque Presents

Repast Baroque

Chamber Music Workshop and Concerts

June 18-23, 2024

Hamilton, MT

For more information, visit www.repastbaroque.org

About Repast Baroque

 

“[A] graceful, energetic ensemble” (The New York Times), Repast Baroque is committed to sharing the spirit of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century chamber music with audiences in New York and beyond. Like a well-curated tasting menu, Repast’s performances offer a feast for the senses, treating listeners to the rich and eclectic flavors of Baroque music. The ensemble’s unusual instrumentation of violin, bassoon, cello, and harpsichord lends itself to imaginative programming and interpretations, while also providing opportunities to collaborate with a variety of compelling guest artists. Known for its creative concerts, Repast seeks to explore new contexts for Baroque music, telling stories through various themes and art forms. Performances often incorporate multimedia elements, from silent film to visual art, which reimagine new ways for audiences to experience the music of the past through the lens of history.

Founded in 2004 by violinist Amelia Roosevelt, Repast has performed as part of Miller Theatre’s “Bach and the Baroque” series, Bargemusic, the Miami Bach Society, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Peak Performances, and at the Getty Center in Los Angeles. The group produced a concert series at Baruch Performing Arts Center during its first 12 years, and in 2015 added a concert venue in Brooklyn Heights. Their CD recordings, "Repast," and “Bach’s Goldberg Variations” (featuring their own chamber arrangement of the iconic work) have received acclaim and are aired frequently on radio stations nationally. Now under the artistic direction of Sarah Stone and Gabe Shuford, Repast Baroque presents concerts on the Upper West Side and in Brooklyn. 

Bitterroot Baroque's workshops and current season are made possible, by our generous donors and through grants from the Montana Arts Council and the Rapp Family Foundation.

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Rapp Family Foundation, Inc.

Contact

Contact

Address 801 S 3rd Street, Hamilton, Montana 59840

Telephone (314) 852 - 5099

Email bitterrootbaroque@gmail.com

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