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| Our In-Person 2021–2022 Season

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All concerts are in-person at St. John’s United Methodist Church, 1200 Old Pecos Trail in Santa Fe

Please note: Proof of full vaccination is required for concert admission for everyone over the age of 12, or a negative result from a COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of showtime. We are requiring that face masks be worn by all patrons, staff and volunteers.

SAT | NOV 6 | 4 PM | TICKETS
Madera Winds

Members of Madera Winds – Dr. Amy Thiemann Leal, flute; Dr. Cheyenne Cruz, clarinet; Dr. Angela K. Winter, horn – present an eclectic array of music from around the globe and across time, from classical to jazz. They will perform classic works by Christian Dickhut and Marcel Boucard to modern works by Allison Loggins-Hull and Bèla Kovács.

SAT | JAN 29 | 4 PM | TICKETS
Nicolò Spera, Ten-String Guitar

Nicolò brings to Santa Fe a rare and special concert on the ten-string guitar featuring works by Biber, Ohana and Bach. Nicolò is one of the few guitarists in the world to perform on both six-string and ten-string guitars, as well as on the theorbo, a plucked string instrument of the lute family.

SAT | FEB 26 | 4 PM | TICKETS
Tzu-feng Liu, Piano

Taiwan native, Albuquerque-based pianist Tzu-feng Liu performs Schubert, Berg, Ravel and Kapustin, and continues her ongoing Bach Goldberg Variation project.

SAT | MAR 26 | 4 PM | TICKETS
Bouquet des Fleurs for Flute and Harp

Two instruments of heavenly timbres offer colorful palettes from French Romanticism and the Argentine tango. Flutists Melissa Colgin Abeln and Vicki Bell join Houston harpist Hope Cowan to perform famous duos and trios from the venerable composers Berlioz, St. Saëns, Gaubert, Ibert, and Piazolla. Ms. Cowan performs solo works by Juan Riveros and Marcel Tournier.

THU | MAR 31 | 7 PM | TICKETS
Awakenings: Music of Diversity

Music written for upper voices performed by the professional singers of Polyphony: Voices of New Mexico under the direction of Maxine Thévenot featuring the world-premiere performance of a new work by award-winning American composer Jenny Olivia Johnson. The concert will include music by composers Hildegard von Bingen, Sarah Quartel, Mari Esabel Valverde, Dale Trumbore, Joan Szymko and others.

SAT | APR 30 | 4 PM | TICKETS
The Inouye Sisters, Piano Six-Hands

The Inouye Sisters – Sarah Inouye Mano, Seidi Inouye Bennett and Mika Inouye – present “My Heart Dances,” a diverse collection of moving pieces by well-loved and emerging composers including Brahms, Mozart, Cras, Baynov, Latu and Gamero-Preston.

SUN | MAY 8 | 3 PM | TICKETS
Coro Santa Fe: How Can I Keep from Singing?

Coro Santa Fe, under the direction of C. Scott Hagler, sings about singing, the immigrant experience, sanctuary and more. Enjoy the whole ensemble, solos and small groups.

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All concerts are held at St. John’s United Methodist Church, 1200 Old Pecos Trail

| A Message from C. Scott Hagler, Executive Director

WELCOME BACK! I’m pleased to announce Southwest Arts’ 2021–2022 in-person season! Take a look at the list of concerts and you’ll notice that there’s a great variety of concerts ahead! You’ll have the rare opportunity to hear a ten-string guitar (Nicolò Spera), music performed by three performers at one piano (the Inouye Sisters), and works for solo piano (Tzu-feng Liu). Other interesting ensembles combine diverse wind instruments (Madera Winds), two flutes and a harp (Bouquet des Fleurs). The women of Polyphony will sing in March and Coro Santa Fe will sing for you in May.

As is the case with all performing-arts groups in the area, proof of full vaccination is required for everyone over the age of 12, or a negative result from a COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of showtime. We are requiring that face masks be worn by all patrons, staff and volunteers.

You’ll find artist bios and program here on the website (click on the banners at the top of the page). While you’re here, please sign up for our newsletters and like us on Facebook.

I invite you to purchase a season pass, which includes all seven concerts at a savings. It's like getting a concert for free. CLICK HERE to subscribe to the 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.

I hope to see you at many of our concerts this season!