The Santa Fe Opera always presents five operas during its summer season, but this summer there’s a slightly different twist to the schedule. For the first time since 1993, the opera presents two short operas in one evening.
Water is at the heart of the city of Truth or Consequences, which is known for its mineral hot springs and has the Rio Grande running through it.
New Mexico’s diverse history, reflected in ancient Native American kivas, Spanish Colonial churches and 19th-century military forts, is preserved and protected through the New Mexico Historic Site system.
Violinist calls Bruch composition ‘beautiful, lyrical and romantic’
Get a glimpse of the future of classical music during Curtis on Tour’s chamber music concert in Santa Fe on Wednesday.
Guitarist calls harp, guitar combination ‘beautiful, marvelous’
Part French and part Danish is the best way to describe Taos Chamber Music Group’s concert at the Harwood Museum of Art next weekend.
The Variation Trio and Avery Fisher Career Grant-winning pianist Benjamin Hochman are special guests of Santa Fe Pro Musica next Sunday afternoon in St. Francis Auditorium.
Internationally known guitarist David Russell has always liked Baroque music, but in recent years it’s become one of his biggest musical pleasures.
Backstage is as busy as on stage as seven actors cover all roles
Of the three contemporary works on Serenata of Santa Fe’s Friday night program, Kelvin McNeal’s Songs for soprano, oboe, cello and piano is the only one that features a vocalist.
Gustav Mahler’s “Songs of a Wayfarer” is a versatile piece.