If you’re tired of the endless pop iterations of holiday music ambushing you from every shopping aisle, Música Antigua de Albuquerque wants to return you to a kinder, gentler sound.
Westside Chorale group’s holiday show focuses on English composer
SANTA FE – To put paint to canvas, Georgia O’Keeffe only had to look out her window.
In a season where Nutcrackers, Scrooges and carols abound, it’s easy to get sugar-plum-fairy-ed out.
Local musicians and singers will perform the Christmas portion
Tchaikovsky meets the Stones in Keshet Dance Company’s 18th annual “Nutcracker on the Rocks,” complete with pirouettes and a roaring Harley Davidson.
Two 2014 Santa Fe Opera apprentices will bring sacred and classical holiday music to the Albuquerque area in December.
Collectors’ nativity sets from around the world will be on display
No show is safe from playful spoofs starting next weekend
The Albuquerque Little Theatre is wrapping Irving Berlin in a big red bow just in time for the holidays.
Though known for his innovation in feeding travelers and employing women, Fred Harvey’s legacy stretched across the American West
Hollywood often presents a sanitized, twinkling Christmas, complete with an airborne, rubber-faced Jim Carrey as Scrooge.