Albuquerque vocalist Joe Sais has a holiday gift for the public – the release of an album of Christmas music.
A Christmas tree that grows to five stories, falling snowflakes and 10 human-sized Russian-style puppets and dolls are featured in the Moscow Ballet’s production of “The Great Russian Nutcracker.”
Michael Chapdelaine won’t announce his concert program today until he arrives on stage, but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t been thinking about it.
Performances of “The Nutcracker” ballet are an annual holiday treat.
The music of Eliane Elias, a five-time Grammy nominee, straddles two worlds – her birth country of Brazil and her adopted home of the United States.
The expression goes “Six of one, half dozen of another.”
Albuquerque pianist Fred Sturm has found it difficult finding musicians to collaborate with.
Jimmy Abraham, a member of Albuquerque’s The Adobe Brothers, said his new song “Cuentame” is rhythmically like a salsa number.
The works of a giant of 19th-century classical music and a relatively unknown from the 20th century share the Willy Sucre & Friends’ concert this afternoon in Placitas.
Six musicians decided they wanted to play Francois Poulenc’s Sextet for Piano and Wind Quintet in concert.
Morten Lauridsen, considered America’s most performed living composer, returns to Albuquerque this week to help celebrate the debut of the University of New Mexico Chamber Singers.
If you attend the Michael Anthony Quartet’s Thursday, Nov. 20, jazz concert, you’ll hear two brand-new pieces. Premieres, you might say.