The New Mexico Performing Arts society is celebrating Bach’s 330th birthday with performances of his towering masterworks.
Los Angeles-based band to play a joyful program of music in Corrales
Saturday’s New Mexico Philharmonic Neighborhood Concert wraps a premiere, a requiem and two young artists into an evening of tribute and talent.
Leonard Madrid’s “Main Street, Portales” suffuses the magical realism of New Mexico with stories of love and redemption.
Robert Schumann’s dramatic song cycle forms the scaffolding of a Santa Fe recital by internationally known mezzo-soprano Susan Graham.
SANTA FE – SITE Santa Fe has lassoed a milk-white wrestling diorama, a film starring a syphilitic prostitute and some star-spangled fireflies to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
As the Harwood Art Center nods toward its 25th anniversary, a series of exhibitions by well- and lesser-known artists sprawls across the former girls school.
Wherever we escape, our memories follow.
A quartet of Latin Grammy winners is bringing classical music to Los Alamos, spiced with the fire of Mexico, Argentina and Brazil.
Nearly 200 artists displaying everything from fantasy topiary dragons to the molten fire of glass jewelry will converge on EXPO New Mexico for the Rio Grande Arts and Crafts Festival next weekend.
The state premiere of James MacMillan’s dramatic song of Christ’s agony centers the third annual “Fridays in Lent” series at the Cathedral of St. John.
The leering clown of farce has returned to Albuquerque.