Ms. Caroline Krause
Carrie Krause, violin, received her undergraduate degree in violin performance from Carnegie Mellon University under Andres Cardenes, and her graduate degree with an emphasis in Suzuki pedagogy from the Cleveland Institute of Music in 2005. She specialized in early music, performing across the country with such groups as New Trinity Baroque (Atlanta), Apollo’s Fire (Cleveland OH), Seattle Baroque, Early Music New York, Portland Baroque, Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado, San Francisco Bach Choir, and Chatham Baroque. Carrie also actively performs with the Meritage Quartet, recently filming an episode for the award winning television show “11th and Grant.” She has recently taught at the Fairbanks Suzuki Institute, Fairbanks Music Academy, and as interim violin professor at Montana State University. Her students have won the Montana Association of Symphony Orchestra’s Concerto Competitions, the state-wide MTNA competition, principal positions with local ensembles, and spots with the Tanglewood, Aspen, and Interlochen summer festivals. Carrie currently serves as concertmaster of the Bozeman Symphony and recently graduated from The Juilliard School with a masters in Historical Performance.