Events

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival

Mendelssohn Octet

NM Museum of Art

Festival season opener, featuring Beethoven's Trio in B-flat Major, Mendelssohn's Octet for Strings, Schubert's mini-cantata The Shepherd on the Rock, and the NM premiere of IF, a monodrama co-commissioned by the Festival and written and conducted by Pulitzer Prize–winning composer John Harbison. 5 pm pre-concert talk with composer John Harbison and Valerie Guy.

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival

Miami String Quartet

NM Museum of Art

The Miami String Quartet performs two wonderfully engaging works: Haydn’s String Quartet in D Minor, known as the “Fifths” Quartet due to the descending intervals heard at the beginning of the piece, and Bruch’s String Quartet in C Minor, one of only two chamber music works he published in his lifetime.

Lensic Presents

NT Live in HD: Small Island

Lensic Performing Arts

Andrea Levy’s Orange Prize-winning novel Small Island comes to life in an epic new theatre adaptation. Filmed live on stage as part of National Theatre Live’s 10th birthday. Small Island embarks on a journey from Jamaica to Britain, through the Second World War to 1948 – the year the HMT Empire Windrush docked at Tilbury, England.

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival

Voice of the Whale

NM Museum of Art

The first program on the Festival’s brand-new Music at Noon Wednesdays Series includes Schubert’s Sonatina No. 1, Debussy’s Violin Sonata (his last major work), and George Crumb’s Vox balaenae (Voice of the Whale) for Three Masked Players.

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival

Beethoven & Arensky

NM Museum of Art

Beethoven’s concerto-like Piano Quartet, Op. 16, featuring Inon Barnatan, is the centerpiece of this rich program, which also includes Arensky’s lyrical Piano Trio in D Minor and Danish composer Hans Abrahamsen’s wind quintet Walden—described by Abrahamsen as being written “in a style of re-cycling and ‘new simplicity.’”

Lodge at Santa Fe

This thrilling and passionate season features La Emi with special guests Nevarez y Jose Encinias, acclaimed guitarist Kambiz Pakan, singer Manuel Tañe, and guest appearances by singer Vicente Griego.

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival

Kirill Gerstein Piano Recital

NM Museum of Art

Pianist Kirill Gerstein opens his solo recital with Beethoven’s Sonata in E-flat Major, Op. 7, followed by two powerful politically inspired pieces: Liszt’s Funérailles, an elegy for the failed Hungarian Revolution of 1848, and Janáček’s Piano Sonata 1.X.1905, also known as From the Street.

La Mesita Ranch Estate

Pull on your cowboy boots for a two-stepping country-Western dance and concert celebrating Buckaroo Ball's 25th anniversary. Featuring "True Willie," America's most authentic Willie Nelson tribute band!

Buckeroo Ball Foundation

Buckaroo Ball 25th Anniversary Gala

La Mesita Ranch Estate

Enjoy a beautiful night at the Pueblo of Pojoaque's stunning La Mesita Ranch, with live and silent auctions, a Western-style BBQ buffet, and live music. Our 2019 Grantees are Communities in Schools, Santa Fe Public Schools Adelante, Earth Care, and Resolve.

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival

Bach & Vivaldi

NM Museum of Art

Two works by J.S. Bach—the Trio Sonata in C Major, BWV 1037, and the Violin Concerto in E Major, BWV 1042—and two works by Antonio Vivaldi: the Cello Sonata in E Minor, RV 40, and the Violin Concerto in E Minor (from La stravaganza), featuring the members of the Miami String Quartet.

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival

Beethoven "Archduke"

NM Museum of Art

Beethoven’s trailblazing “Archduke” Trio is a landmark in the chamber music repertoire. The program also includes Kodály’s Serenade, scored for the unusual pairing of two violins and viola, and a late-20th-century work by Norwegian composer Rolf Wallin, Stonewave for Three Percussionists.

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival

Escher String Quartet

NM Museum of Art

The Escher String Quartet performs Schubert’s wonderfully frenetic Quartettsatz, the first movement of an unfinished string quartet; Webern’s finely distilled Five Movements for String Quartet; and Korngold’s String Quartet No. 3, which, like his popular Violin Concerto, draws on themes from his acclaimed film scores.

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