Since its inception six years ago, the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival has been carving out a niche for itself.
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Johannes Brahms wrote his final orchestral work as a gesture of reconciliation for an estranged friend and collaborator.
Albuquerque violist Willy Sucre says La Catrina Quartet possesses its very own repertoire.
Santa Fe Pro Musica will thunder back into its 33rd season with one of the top five symphonies in classical music.
City chips in $50K to attract TV show
Where can you ride a mechanical horse with flapping wings, watch a drag queen slam wrestlers to an arena floor AND geek out to electronic music coordinated with visual images?
Let’s start out this week with a couple of reminders of events we told you about last week, both of which promise gustatory delight.
Music centerpiece of symphony opening
Marching in formation with his fellow soldiers, one young man yields to his playful nature, looks to the side and sticks out his tongue at the watching camera.
A play based on oral histories from the Rio Puerco Valley, which filled Teatro Paraguas in Santa Fe when it… more »
The critics might have been a little mixed on some of its productions, but audience and donors showed considerable enthusiasm for the Santa Fe Opera this past season.
The annual Children’s Pet Parade kicked off Santa Fe Fiesta’s weekend in earnest Saturday morning, with hundreds showing up to march their household animals through downtown as a huge crowd turned out to watch.