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2010-2011 MUSIKANTEN MONTANA SEASON

Annual concert in memory of beloved family and friends

All Souls Concert

Tomás Luis de Vittoria’s Requiem Mass
Music with a beautiful sense of peace and light


Program and Notes PDF

Saturday, October 30, 7:00 pm, Saint John's Lutheran Church, 1000 Helena Ave.
Monday, November 1, 7:00 pm, Saint Peter's Episcopal Cathedral, 511 N. Park


To have a candle lit both evenings in memory of a loved one ($10), call 406 - 431-7464.
Admission at the door is $10.

Listen to readings – from the fall of Adam to Gabriel’s message to Mary;
Hear (and sing) some of the great music composed for this season of waiting and hope.

Traditional Festival of Nine Advent Lessons and Carols

Program and Notes PDF

Wednesday, December 15, 7:00 pm, Saint Peter's Episcopal Cathedral, 511 N. Park
with Sue Brookhart, organist

The concert is a gift to the community from the Episcopal Church Women of St. Peter's.
A nursery will be provided and a reception (plum pudding!) follows.



4 exciting concerts of "Music before 1800"

9th Annual Montana Early Music Festival

April 7-10 (Thursday, Friday, Saturday in Helena, Sunday
at the Historic Washoe Theatre in Anaconda).

   

Thursday, April 7, 7:30 pm, Saint Peter's Episcopal Cathedral, 511 N. Park, Helena
8 soloists and the Carroll College Choir in Praetorius’ "Canticum Trium Puerorum"
(Canticle of the 3 Young Men in the Fiery Furnace), plus Carissimi's heartbreaking dramatic oratorio "Jepthe"

Friday, April 8, 7:30 pm, Saint John’s Lutheran Church, 1000 Helena Avenue, Helena
Organ recital, Keith Reas (Bach, Buxtehude, Frescobaldi, more!); and Franzi Hodde, violin, (Bach Partita III for solo violin)

Monteverdi the Master

Kerry Krebill conducts Musikanten Montana, 6 soloists, 2 violins, ‘cello and harpsichord in early 17th-century Psalms, Madrigals and Opera Ensembles by Venice’s Claudio Monteverdi

Saturday, April 9, 7:30 pm, Saint John’s Lutheran Church,
1000 Helena Avenue, Helena

Sunday, April 10, 4:00 pm, Washoe Theatre,
305 Main Street, Anaconda

repeat performance of Monteverdi the Master
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Host ensemble: Musikanten Montana (Kerry Krebill, festival director/conductor);
Guest Baroque artists from around the world: organist Keith Reas, violinists Jeff Iams and Franzi Hodde, cellist Katie Beckman, sopranos Evanne Browne and Heather Barnes, mezzo-soprano Marjorie Bunday, tenor Kevin Sutton, baritones Bobb Robinson and Robert Tudor; special guest artists the Carroll College Choir, Robert Psurny, Jr., conductor

Subscription passes as well as individual concert tickets (at the door) are available.
Subscription pass (all 4 concerts – join us and experience the Washoe Theatre!) $30
Buy your subscription pass ahead at Birds & Beasley's or Valley Bank and get $5 off!

Washoe Theatre concert $12 ($2 off through Anaconda Live);
Single concert admission Thursday and Friday $10; Saturday $15
ALL KIDS + ALL FREE + ALL THE TIME
Call 406-933-5246 (Helena) or 406-563-6161 (Washoe Theatre) for information.

An intense week of classes, lessons, rehearsals and concerts for the choral singer

8th Annual Helena Choral Week

TO MUSIC!

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Sunday, June 19 – Sunday, June 26:
Guest artists Evanne Browne, soprano; Marjorie Bunday, mezzo-soprano; Thomas Gregg, tenor; Fred Peterbark, tenor; Robert Tudor, baritone; Bobb Robinson, baritone; Jay Bahny, bass; Jean Browne, piano

Sunday, June 19, 10:00 am, Plymouth Congregational Church
400 S. Oakes

Joint Worship with Big Sky Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
opens Helena Choral Week
UU Composer and Musikanten member Mimi Stevens’ "Refreshment"
Stanford Scriven’s "This is the Day" (from Bahá’í scripture)
"Kyrie" from Vaughan Williams Mass in G minor for double choir a cappella

Monday-Friday morning, Saint Peter's Episcopal Cathedral
Classes and Voice Lessons Open to the Public

9 -10am – Sight Singing with Tom
9 -10am (Tuesday – Friday) – Gospel Singing with Fred
10:15 - 11:15am – Marj’s Madrigals
(Classes $45 for 5 1-hour sessions, or drop in any day for $10)
Voice Lessons available all days
($40 for 40-minute lesson; time arranged with teacher)
NEW THIS YEAR Licensed Massage Therapist Steve Labas
($60/hour or $90/1-1/2 hour; call for appointment)

NEARLY-FREE (donations welcomed) lunch-time mini-concerts,
Monday-Friday at 12:15pm


Monday at St. Peter's Episcopal Cathedral, 511 N. Park
"Art Songs of the 19th Century"
Marjorie Bunday, mezzo soprano, and Jean Browne, piano
Claude Debussy Trois Chansons de Bilitis
Frederick Peterbark, tenor, and Jean Browne, piano
Robert Schumann Dichterliebe (Op. 48)
(Sponsored by The Mediterranean Grill)

Tuesday at the Myrna Loy Center, 15 N. Ewing
"Inner Struggle, Outer Harmony
Classical Music from Jewish Composers"
Baritones Bobb Robinson and Robert Tudor,
Sopranos Rachel Harding and Brittany Nickell,
Jean Browne, piano

Music of Milhaud, Hemsi and Bernstein
(Sponsored by Gina Shropshire)

Wednesday at the Myrna
"Obligatory Obbligati"
Bass Jay Bahny, cellist Chris Stuberg and pianist Jean Browne
Mozart’s concert aria "Per Questa Bella Mano" KV 612
Helena Choral Week Women’s Ensemble,
Marjorie Bunday, mezzo soprano,
Kathy Chase, flute and Jean Browne, piano
Kerry Krebill, conductor

Joan Szymko “Nada te Turbe” (text St. Teresa of Avila)
Ralph Vaughan Williams "Magnificat"
(Sponsored by Dru Whelan and the Awesome Altos)

Thursday at the Myrna
"PDQ Bach & Friends"
All the guest artists and then some in PDQ Bach's cantata "Knock, Knock,"
Bargain counter tenor in "Shepherd on the Rocks, with a Twist"
And more stuff.
(Sponsored by Doug and Mary Lou Abbott)

Friday at the Myrna
"Vaughan Williams and Britten, Chamber Versions"
Evanne Browne and Rachel Harding, sopranos, Marjorie Bunday, alto,
Frederick Peterbark, tenor, Bobb Robinson and Robert Tudor, baritones

British Folk Songs arranged by R. Vaughan Williams and Gustav Holst
Thomas Gregg, tenor, Nancy Roe, French horn, Jean Browne, piano
Benjamin Britten's exquisite Canticles I "My Beloved Is Mine" and III "Still Falls the Rain"
(Sponsored by Valley Bank)

Saturday, June 25, 8:00 pm, St. Mary Catholic Community, 1700 Missoula Ave.
Grand Finale Concert "To Music"

Works by Distler, Elliott Carter, di Rore and Jeep, Benjamin Britten’s "Hymn to St. Cecilia"
and Vaughan Williams’ Mass in G minor for double chorus a cappella
With soloists Evanne Browne, soprano, Marjorie Bunday, mezzo soprano,
Thomas Gregg, tenor and Bobb Robinson, baritone
Admission: $10 at the door ALL KIDS + ALL FREE
(Supported by a generous grant from the Mark W. Ohnmacht Charitable Fund)

Sunday, June 26, 10:15 am, Saint Peter's Episcopal Cathedral, 511 N. Park
Liturgy — Feast of Ss. Peter and Paul, Final Musical Event
Motets and Mass from the concert week repertoire





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