Composer flexes his compositional muscle in his only opera
88-year-old Broadway veteran returns to perform at ABQ theater
An epic slice of Chinese history blossoms into a universal love story
The big newspapers around the country apparently haven’t weighed in yet with reviews of this year’s Santa Fe Opera productions.
Drumming up support for jazz
This seems to be the week for everything Spanish/Hispanic in the big build-up to next weekend’s Traditional Spanish/Contemporary Hispanic markets on and around the Santa Fe Plaza.
Mozart’s ‘Impresario’ is weaved with ‘Le Rossignol’ by Stravinsky
Traveling musical troupe to honor Jewish composers at the Jewish Community Center
The Santa Fe Opera has announced that it has added a performance of “Carmen” at 8 p.m. Aug. 18 due to heavy demand for tickets.
Baby born hours after 1st curtain falls
The International Folk Art Market is the big event in town this weekend, expected to attract some 10,000 people each on Saturday and Sunday.
Tyrannical regimes weave the threat of human resistance spun from hope.