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Santa Fe is one of the country's oldest and most beautiful cities with some of the most dramatic sunsets in the world, so it's only natural to find a diverse and dynamic performing arts scene here. Audiences are wowed just about every night of the week.
With everything from theatrical productions and ballet performances to classical concerts, global music jams and slam poetry competitions, Santa Fe's performing arts hold center stage. Our year-round calendar spotlights international and local stars. You'll enjoy famous actors, opera singers, classical musicians, jazz quartets, bands playing blues, folk, country and rock, modern dancers, native storytellers and other gifted performers.
The Santa Fe Opera continues to bring opera stars and audiences from around the world each summer for one of the country's most cherished opera seasons. The city also hosts annual music festivals throughout the year that feature established and emerging musicians and singers from around the world. Santa Fe's own gifted groups of community musicians and choral groups perform year-round as well.
On any given night in Santa Fe, you might see an elite group of Chinese acrobats, a whimsical troupe of Santa Fe circus performers or a beloved Broadway musical. Enjoy a stirring concert put on by the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, the New Mexico Jazz Festival or a festival devoted to the traditional music of New Mexico's Rio Grande region. Watch the heated artistry of flamenco dancers accompanied by Spanish guitar music, performed by the Juan Siddi Flamenco Theatre Company. Take in a stellar production of a well-known play or a world premiere of a work by an emerging playwright. Actors travel from around the world to perform here and we also have vibrant community theater groups featuring talented Santa Fe actors.
With more than a dozen venues, from historic theaters to outdoor stages, glorious churches and museum spaces, Santa Fe truly is a performing arts center.
THE PROGRAM: "Legado y Leyeda," (Legacy and Legend) will offer insight into the story of the people of Northern New Mexico and the amazing significance of the San Miguel Chapel, a world landmark, through the medium of the Spanish Guitar. All proceeds go directly to benefit the urgent structural preservation of San Miguel's bell tower, lest this important piece of history crumble! Please come, help support, and enjoy!
THE ARTIST: AnnaMaria Cardinalli offers stunning virtuosity on the Spanish Guitar and brings the darkness and sensuality of the contralto voice to the most mysterious characters of the operatic stage and to the folk traditions of the Mediterranean world. With a life story to match the drama usually found only in opera, she has performed in venues from the Kennedy Center to the Spanish Royal Palace to European Opera Festivals, was the youngest person to complete a Ph.D. from Notre Dame, was "outed" as an intelligence officer by Wikileaks for her once-quiet work in Iraq and Afghanistan, and remains an outspoken activist for cultural preservation and human rights.
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AnnaMaria's Legado y Leyenda
Every Thursday - 7:30 PM
＄20 Cash or Check at the Door of the Chapel
Now nearly two decades old, Aspen Santa Fe Ballet's bold vision – top global choreographers, distinctive groundbreaking works, and virtuoso dancers – has fostered a jewel of a dance company in the American West. This internationally-acclaimed professional dance company brings dance to Aspen year-round through performances and education. The School of Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, serving over 500 students through a network of satellite locations in Colorado and New Mexico, instills the appreciation of dance and encourages first-hand participation. ASFB's award-winning Folklórico program enriches the lives of children through free, after-school instruction in Mexican folkloric dance.
Jazz music available in many different size groups. Vocal and Instrumental Jazz. Music can be presented with themes or originals. Some of the groups that are available: Tribute Trio, SuperSax New Mexico with Bobby Shew, First Take Trio with Michael Anthony and the music of Ray Charles to name a few.
Entreflamenco;s affilation Spanish DanzArt Society is a non for profit organization with 501c3 charity status for educational and cultural purposes founded in 2010.
The mission of Spanish DanzArt Society is to preserve, disseminate and create awareness of our diverse artistic Spanish traditions expressed through visual and performing Arts.
SDS is dedicated to bringing arts and educational programs of the highest caliber.
We are passionate about bridging the culture and art of Spain to the USA.
SDS presents a wide range of events on a National and International basis through Community Performances, Arts in Education Programs for schools, and Professional Flamenco Dance Training for the youth.
Juan Siddi Flamenco Santa Fe galvanizes global flamenco talent in electrifying and authentic showcases conceived in the company’s home base of Santa Fe. Founded in 2008, the company’s crowd-pleasing performances immerse aficionados, as well as those newly fascinated by flamenco, in a centuries-old world of song and dance.
In 2014, Juan Siddi Flamenco Santa Fe joined forces with Aspen Santa Fe Ballet for a shared management structure and enhanced artistic synergies.
The nonprofit Lensic Performing Arts Center owns and maintains a landmark historic theater in the heart of Santa Fe, is the hub for year-round performing arts and culture, and serves the community through affordable programming and groundbreaking educational programs that touch the lives of nearly 12,000 students each year.
Little Leroy and His Pack of Lies will make you dance. Lots of Rolling Stones' music with great originals peppered in, tossed with smokin' blues slide guitar and a heaping helping of rock n' roll energy. Mmmm good!!
Since 1937, Performance Santa Fe has brought world-class music, dance, and theater to the City Different. Our mission is to present and produce the best in performing arts, and to enliven the hearts, minds, and spirits of the community through artistic excellence.
Our education and outreach programs offer inspirational, enjoyable, and affordable performing arts experiences to local children, teachers, and families, as well as students and seniors.
Ronald Roybal, Native Flutist and Spanish Guitarist, provides quality entertainment with a Southwest flavor for your special event. Ronald is a six time Native American Music Award nominee and is a two time New Mexico Music Industry Award winner. He also performs regularly at the Hotel Santa Fe. Visit his website for a performance schedule, contact information and streaming audio and video of his performance and recordings.
WHEN: July 5 - August 26, 2016
Celebrate the sounds of Santa Fe with nightly outdoor performances at the historic downtown Plaza and also on Santa Fe's growing southside in the San Isidro Plaza. 75 concerts are scheduled throughout the summer from jazz to mariachi to blues and rock. Check the Santa Fe Bandstand website for specific dates and venues.
Since it started in 1972, the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival has become one of the world's preeminent music festivals, guided by a visionary spirit and dedicated to artistic excellence and innovation. Contributing to its magic is the Festival's unique Santa Fe setting, nestled amid timeless splendors of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
Today, under the spirited artistic leadership of composer/pianist Marc Neikrug, the Festival invites scores of distinguished musicians, along with emerging young talent, during its 6-week season. Thousands of enthusiastic patrons young and old return year after year to enjoy more the 80 concerts, recitals, master classes, youth concerts, and open rehearsals. Performances are held in St. Francis Auditorium in the New Mexico Museum of Art, on the Plaza; and at the Lensic Performing Arts Center.
In the off-season, the Festival reaches out to adults and young people in Santa Fe schools with innovative and inspiring musical adventures.
Celebrating its 34th year, the Santa Fe Desert Chorale is one of the nation’s premiere professional vocal ensembles. Now in his eighth season as Music Director, Joshua Habermann leads the Chorale in repertoire spanning seven centuries, from Medieval polyphony to contemporary works. The critically-acclaimed ensemble performs at historical sites in Santa Fe such as the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis and the Loretto Chapel, as well as other venues throughout the Southwest. A recent highlight was an appearance at the American Choral Director’s National Conference in 2015 which was later broadcast by Minnesota Public Radio.
The Chorale presents both summer and winter festivals of concerts featuring a wide range of literature from around the world. The composition of the Chorale is truly national in scope with artists drawn from coast to coast; many sharing the stage with peer groups from Boston’s Handel and Haydn Society to the Los Angeles Master Chorale, and including Chanticleer, Conspirare, and Seraphic Fire.
The Desert Chorale prides itself on its strong relationships within the community of Northern New Mexico, and enjoys collaborations with The Santa Fe Opera, Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, Santa Fe Symphony and Chorus, Santa Fe New Music, Santa Fe Pro Musica, Performance Santa Fe and the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. Youth education and community outreach remain an important part of the Desert Chorale’s mission.
The Playhouse offers quality productions of well-known plays and also offers never-produced playwrights the chance to see their work on stage. Each season offers comedies, dramas and musicals. Not only do theatergoers enjoy quality productions, they partake of a sense of history when they enter the old adobe walls of the Santa Fe Playhouse. The adobe building is in the heart of the Barrio de Analco, one of the oldest town sections in the United States. Amenities: Entertainment.
This organization brings some of the finest musicians and performers in the U.S. and from around the world to perform chamber works in ensembles of various sizes from September through May. Guest performers often are featured.
Our nonprofit mission is to promote the art and culture of Japanese drumming and drum making. We do this through concerts, workshops with masters, classes, conferences and festivals. We have two levels of ongoing classes.
Teatro Paraguas is an intimate black box theater located in Santa Fe's Southside. Offering contemporary Latino theater in English, annual bilingual poetry celebrations, open mike poetry, poetry readings, concerts, and rental space for performing arts events, classes, and workshops.
The New Mexico Performing Arts Society includes the New Mexico Bach Society, The Chapel Series at Immaculate Heart, and Santa Fe Flute Immersion, an in-depth masterclass for flutists from high school through professionals. We present outstanding programs by musicians and artists who make New Mexico their home. More information on our website: www.nmperformingartssociety.org
This world renowned venue is an amphitheater in the rolling hills just outside of Santa Fe with views of the surrounding Sangre de Cristo and Jemez mountains. Not only is the setting spectacular but the performers, musicians, set design and productions are of the highest caliber. The season runs from late June through the end of August every year.
The popularity and repertoire continue to grow for this wonderful community orchestra and chorus. The season is made up of subscription concerts, special event concerts and regularly scheduled performances plus concerts with other regional symphonies.
Northern New Mexico's only professional symphony orchestra-with-chorus. We focus on orchestra masterpieces that thrill your senses and feed your soul. This fall and spring, The Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus brings to The Lensic nine full-orchestra programs, with a host of beloved works and a star-studded array of soloists from near and far, as well as two Concert Recitals featuring world-famous performers. 2016–2017 marks our first season led by our new Principal Conductor Guillermo Figueroa; the first half of the season will feature acclaimed guest conductors.
Comedy performing arts group called The UnReal Housewives of Santa Fe. Performs for conventions, reunions, charity and other events. Performances are written specifically for each event. To book The UnReal Housewives or for more information call Dennis Carroll at 505 231-0852 or email at Carroll.firstname.lastname@example.org Amenities: Entertainment.