Three Nights of Music in the Paradise Hall Event Center at Quinn’s Hot Springs! August 1, 2, and 3
6:00 pm: Bar & Seating is available; 7:00 pm: Concerts Begin
Surrounded by the beauty of the Clark Fork River running through Quinn’s Canyon, returning and new guests enjoy three evenings of classical music performed by renowned musicians. The concerts are performed in Paradise Hall Event Center. Come for 1, 2, or 3 nights. Each evening features a new concert!
This year, we will not have picnic boxes available. If you would like to dine in the restaurant, make sure to make dinner reservations in advance! You can make dinner reservations online HERE
CONCERT DESCRIPTIONS: From Europe to Paradise! From the whimsical to the sublime, our baroque musicians bring us another year of toe-tapping, tear-jerking, heart-warming. music. You’ll hear the moving music of J.S. Bach, the ever-lively Vivaldi, and some of our own Matthias Maute’s pieces in the style of Vivaldi – you won’t want to miss it!
August 1: The Fantastic Flute Featuring Matthias and Sophie: from dueling recorders to sublime flute concertos, Matthias and Sophie will perfectly complement each other as well as the beautiful backdrop of the Clark Fork. Music of Telemann, Vivaldi and more.
August 2: Virtuoso Strings A night featuring all of our virtuosos, from intense and vibrant Bach Sonatas to the great violin-lute duo of Carrie and John, you’ll be blown away by all the flying fingers. Music of Bach, Vivaldi and Handel.
August 3: Baroque Extravaganza Come hear the Montana premier of Matthias’s own Vivaldi-style concerto. You’d think it was truly Vivaldi, on a particularly inventive day! Also on the program a whole lot of barn-stormers from Leclair, Purcell, and much more.
$35 per Night, or $80 for all 3 Nights (Non-Lodging Tickets)
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