When it came time to choreograph her original piece, dancer Ariel Burge shape-shifted her silhouette onto three soloists.
REVEL rocks tunes from Beethoven to Led Zeppelin.
For nearly 150 years, rumors of an Italian opera based on the original text of “Hamlet” circulated across the globe. But no one knew what had happened to the score.
In 1540, Coronado arrived at Kuaua Pueblo in search of the Seven Cities of Gold.
ABQ Academy senior is the first of three winners of symphony’s competition
Students to play brass and wind instruments at Manzano High School
Think castles, crypts and blood en pointe.
Most dances occur in studios and theaters, bound by floors and walls to an indoor stage.
NM Chorus performs Britten’s Serenade and Mozart’s Solemn Vespers
From a gold-flecked “Playground Princess” to a vase of nodding sunflowers, the New Mexico Watercolor Society’s fall show spans a vibrant spectrum of subjects and styles.
Quilter Nancy Steidle looked to the New Mexico skies and a pop song to create her latest art quilt.
Like kaleidoscopic sari threads, “Chakra” is a blend of Indian classical, martial and folk dance.