Principal Conductor Guillermo Figueroa leads us into another year of world-class performances in celebration of our exciting 36th Season! Our 2019-2020 season features something for everyone, offering ten exceptional and diverse performances at The Lensic. We kick off the season with “Double Chooi,” presenting 2018 Joseph Joachim Violin Competition winner, Timothy Chooi, alongside his brother and former concertmaster of New York’s MET orchestra, Nikki Chooi. We look forward to seeing you for an extraordinary season of music! Vivaldi Concerto for… READ MORE
An acclaimed American filmmaker David Donnelly and the Argentinian Consulate General in New York announce the world premiere of a feature-length documentary Forte on January 25, 2019. The film explores the notion of success through the lens of three female musicians. Using classical music as a powerful example, Forte reveals realities of societal expectations women face today as private and professional individuals. Conceived in February 2017 and filmed in Argentina, France, Germany, Norway, Portugal, Russia, United Kingdom and the United… READ MORE
Enjoy an early autumn afternoon of powerful music as superstar violinist Ida Kavafian performs Michael Daugherty’s Fire & Blood violin concerto. Hector Berlioz’s flamboyant Beatrice and Benedict overture opens the concert that also includes the colorful and timeless audience favorite, Pictures at an Exhibition by Russian romantic Modest Mussorgsky. Hector Berlioz Overture to Beatrice and Benedict Michael Daugherty Fire & Blood, Violin Concerto IDA KAVAFIAN, Violin Volcano River Range Assembly Line Modest Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition Pictures at an… READ MORE
Don’t miss The Symphony’s acclaimed annual performance of Handel’s Messiah, led by Principal Conductor Guillermo Figueroa, and featuring the full Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, with Choral Director Carmen Flórez-Mansi. Included in the lineup this year, are guest soloists Ingela Onstad, Soprano; Stephanie Foley Davis, Mezzo-Soprano; Jacob Ryan Wright, Tenor, and Michael Hix, baritone. First performed in 1742, this musical masterpiece by George Frideric Handel has become one of the world’s most beloved musical works and a musicale… READ MORE
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