Carrie Krause, baroque violin, resides as concertmaster of the Bozeman Symphony (MT) and New Trinity Baroque. She performs regularly as soloist and ensemble member with Apollo's Fire (Cleveland) and Seattle Baroque Orchestra. Past performances include work with Chatham Baroque, Early Music New York, the Case University Collegium on rebec, and as concertmaster of the Case Baroque Orchestra.
Carrie studied early music performance at the Longy, Tafelmusik, and Oberlin summer programs and with violinists Julie Andrijeski, David Douglass, Cynthia Roberts, and Ingrid Matthews. She recieved her masters from the Cleveland Institute of Music and her bachelors from Carnegie Mellon University under Andres Cardenes. She resides in Bozeman, MT, where she performs with the Meritage String Quartet and teaches a studio of 35 students.
(Carrie Krause has appeared with New Trinity Baroque since 2005. Since the 2006/07 Season, Carrie Krause is acting as New Trinity Baroque's concertmaster.)