It’s raining men and a Metropolitan Opera diva will perform at the Sixth Annual Spring Affair with the New Mexico Gay Men’s Chorus.
Rife with slamming doors, falling trousers and airborne sardines, Albuquerque Little Theater is bringing the farcical cyclone “Noises Off” to town.
Acclaimed musician became fascinated with the pipe organ as a child
Concert couples three composers who ‘all influenced each other’
Polyphony: Voices of New Mexico concert in honor of Yom Hashaoh
Men’s choir de Profundis to present a concert about transformation
Dancers interpret styles of the Spanish flamenco artists visiting ABQ
Religious cult fractures and the struggles of a fledgling artist top a lineup of new plays at the University of New Mexico next weekend.
Two orphaned Holocaust survivors run a struggling Jewish deli in 1972 New York.
Picture trenchcoats, fedoras and shoulder pads.
The macabre little girl who played with a pet spider named Homer has grown up.
April marks the 32nd year Santa Fe Pro Musica has staged its not-necessarily-sacred Baroque Holy Week concerts at the Loretto Chapel.