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Bozeman is special, including its tradition of collaboration in music, from classical to jazz to folk and more. Last Saturday, “Amadeus, The Concert” exemplified the best of that tradition. Baroque Music Montana, and its professionals led by Carrie Krause, joined the twenty-three high school students who are the Bozeman Public Schools Kamerata Musicians to play a joint concert. Additional students became equal partners to the professionals for the final four pieces of what was a memorable concert. Joining in the collaborative fun were musicians from the Montana Chamber Music Society and the Bozeman Symphony.

The audience reveled in the acoustically excellent auditorium of Gallatin High School as they listened to amazing performances of Mozart, Salieri, Handel, Haydn and Biber.

To me, it was an evening that proclaimed once again: Bozeman is a ‘happening place’ and a haven for quality music. We are lucky to call it home.

Dennis K. Wentz


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