All concerts are in-person at St. John’s United Methodist Church, 1200 Old Pecos Trail in Santa Fe
SAT | SEP 17 | 4 PM | TICKETS
Wonkak Kim, clarinet; M. Brent Williams, violin; Katherine Decker, cello; Eun-Hee Park, piano, perform repertoire from the Baroque, Classical, and Romantic eras in addition to the most captivating contemporary masterworks.
SAT | NOV 12 | 4 PM | TICKETS
Coro Santa Fe
Under the direction of C. Scott Hagler, Coro Santa Fe presents A Prayer for Peace. The repertoire for the concert spans centuries, with music by Vivaldi and Mendelssohn, to Cat Stevens and Rollo Dilworth, all on the theme of "peace."
SAT | JAN 14 | 4 PM | TICKETS
Bouquet des Fleurs for Flute and Harp
Originally scheduled for last March, Bouquet des Fleurs came to an abrupt halt due to a broken wrist. Nine months later, Santa Fe flutists Melissa Colgin Abeln and Vicki Bell will be joined by Albuquerque harpists Emily Mitchell and Anne Eisfeller for an expanded program of works spanning over three centuries of composers: Berlioz, DeFalla, Gaubert, and Piazzolla, plus living New York composer Gary Schocker, who has penned a new piece – Seeing Double, for two flutes and two harps – for the ensemble to premier. Call this concert: Bouquet des Fleurs meets Double Trouble.
SAT | FEB 18 | 4 PM | TICKETS
Haewon Yang, solo piano
Something Old, Something New! Enjoy music from Cesar Franck to works by American composer Harry Bulow.
SAT | MAR 11 | 4 PM | TICKETS
Sangre de Cristo Chorale
Under the direction of Fred Graham, the chorale presents folksong settings by Mack Wilberg, Cecilia McDowell, and others. Chorale pianist Debbie Wagner will be joined by Nate Salazar in several piano duets.
SAT | MAR 25 | 4 PM | TICKETS
Coro Santa Fe
Under the direction of C. Scott Hagler, Coro Santa Fe presents music from the American Songbook, Piazzola and lots more!
SAT | APR 22 | 4 PM | TICKETS
Kay Northcutt and C. Scott Hagler, piano four-hands
From Brahms to Broadway! Enjoy music written or arranged for piano four-hands.
SAT | MAY 13 | 4 PM | TICKETS Windswept
Back by popular demand, this woodwind trio
always brings audiences interesting and accessible repertoire.
All concerts are held at St. John’s United Methodist Church, 1200 Old Pecos Trail
| A Message from C. Scott Hagler, Executive Director
GREETINGS! I’m pleased to announce Southwest Arts’ 2022–2023 season! Take a look at the list of concerts and you’ll notice that there’s a great variety of music ahead. You’ll have the opportunity to hear two choirs (Sangre de Cristo Chorale and Coro Santa Fe), both solo and four-hands piano music (Haewon Yang; Kay Northcutt and C. Scott Hagler). Other interesting ensembles combine diverse instruments (enhakē and Windswept), two flutes and a harp (Bouquet des Fleurs).
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I hope to see you at many of our concerts this season!