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Yellowstone Chamber Players to feature violinist 

Carrie Krause in Vivaldi’s Four Seasons


Yellowstone Chamber Players present a special recital featuring 

Antonio Vivaldi’s Four Seasons performed by 

Baroque violin virtuoso Carrie Krause 

at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, January 29 at 

Mayflower Congregational Church, corner of Poly and Rehberg, Billings.  


The performance will also include Vivaldi’s Concerto for Strings in C major, and selections from Suite Number 3 in D Major by Johann Sebastian Bach.  


Critically acclaimed for her “elegant, sparkling” interpretations, Carrie Krause performs as a baroque violinist with groups across the nation 

and on numerous international series. 


She has recently appeared as soloist in performances in 

Alice Tully Hall, Jordan Hall in Boston, 

and the Thomaskirche in Leipzig, Germany. 


She has served as guest artistic director of Seattle Baroque, 

concertmaster of New Trinity Baroque, 

guest concertmaster of Pacific Baroque 

and the San Francisco Bach Choir, 

associate concertmaster of Apollo's Fire, 

and principal with the Oregon Bach Festival 

and Spire in Kansas City. 


Recent festival engagements include the Spoleto Festival, Utrecht Early Music Festival, and the BBC Proms.  Ms. Krause is the founder of the I-90 Collective baroque ensemble, Baroque Music Montana, and the Period Performance Workshop. Ms. Krause serves as concertmaster of the Bozeman Symphony, 

and was recently awarded her second master’s degree through 

The Juilliard School’s Historical Performance program.  


In addition to Ms. Krause, the performance will feature 

violinists Mary LaMonaca and Kathy Griffin, 

violist Laura Dalbey, 

Mary McCullough on cello, 

Lee Hancock on harpsichord, 

and Bob Griffin on theorbo.  


Ms. Krause will offer a workshop on 

Baroque performance practice and interpretation on 

Friday and Saturday, January 27 and 28, for students of all ages.  


For more information, contact Kathy Griffin at 245-5989.