ACROSS THE CHANNEL: EARLY MUSIC FOR STRINGS
Santa Fe: SAT | SEP 21 | 7 PM | TICKETS
This musical excursion features Jeffrey Noonan, theorbo and Baroque guitar; Sarah Biber, gamba; and Brandon Christensen, violin, performing Baroque music on period instruments. The concert focuses on works written for the courts of Louis XIV in France and Charles II in England and offers the sounds of an intimate chamber concert from the 17th century.
CORO SANTA FE: THE SONGS PEOPLE SING
Santa Fe: SUN | NOV 3 | 3 PM | TICKETS
Coro Santa Fe sings folk songs in English, arranged for four-part choir by composers including John Rutter, David Willcocks, C. Scott Hagler, and more.
DANZAS DEL TORO Y LOBOS
Santa Fe: SAT | NOV 9 | 7 PM | TICKETS
Performing as the Petroglyph String Quartet, violinists Michael Allerheiligen and Yakima Fernandez, violist Karl Winkler and cellist Anastasia Nellos perform passionate and exciting music by Heitor Villa-Lobos, Astor Piazzola, Manuel De Falla and more!
Santa Fe: SAT | JAN 11 | 7 PM | TICKETS
A diverse program of music for woodwind trio, including works by Alessandro Besozzi, Joseph Bodin de Boismortier, Madeleine Dring, Antonio Vivaldi, and Alyssa Morris. Featuring Rochelle Mann, flute; Rebecca Ray, oboe; and Denise Turner, bassoon; as well as C. Scott Hagler, piano/organ.
| A Message from C. Scott Hagler, Executive Director
It’s my pleasure to announce Southwest Arts’ 2019–2020 season! This season, all our concerts are in Santa Fe. We've partnered with St. John's United Methodist Church to create the St. John's Concert Series and are very excited about this new collaboration!
Take a close look at the season, and you’ll notice that there’s a nice variety of concerts and repertoire. I’ll enjoy introducing you to several duos and a quartet that hail not only from the region, but from across the country, as well.
You’ll find artist bios and program info by clicking on the images above, or on the artists' names in the column to the left. I hope to see you at many of our events this season!
As supporters of the arts you know that ticket sales cover only a portion of the costs of putting on such concerts as these. Would you please consider providing additional support to the series? Your tax-deductible gift helps us continue these beautiful events. You can donate securely online HERE.