THE SANTA FE SYMPHONY’S 36TH SEASON
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Don’t miss out! Our 2019-2020 season features something for everyone, offering ten exceptional and diverse performances at The Lensic and four SFS Stratas, the NEW brand of The Santa Fe Symphony’s Chamber series. Be sure to join us for a FREE preview talk with Maestro Guillermo Figueroa one hour before each Lensic performance!
FIRE & BLOOD
Sunday, October 13—4:00 pm
Overture to Beatrice and Benedict
Fire & Blood, Violin Concerto
Ida Kavafian, Violin
Pictures at an Exhibition
Sunday, November 10—4:00 pm
Zhou & Sibelius
Saturday, November 23—7:00 pm
Sunday, November 24—4:00 pm
The Santa Fe Symphony Chorus
Carmen Florez-Mansi, Choral Director
Ingela Onstad, Soprano
Stephanie Foley Davis, Mezzo-Soprano
Jacob Ryan Wright, Tenor
Michael Hix, Baritone
Sunday, December 8—4:00 pm
The Santa Fe Symphony’s annual Christmas Pops concert! Bring the entire family and enjoy TCHAIKOVSKY’s Suite from the Nutcracker, FAITH’s Brazilian Sleigh Bells, BERLIN’s White Christmas … and much more.
AN APPALACHIAN CHRISTMAS
Tuesday, December 24—5:00 pm
Celebrate Christmas with The Symphony and the Mark O’Connor Band performing Americana and Bluegrass music. This GRAMMY®–award winning band—Mark, Maggie, Forrest, and Kate O’Connor, along with Joe Smart and Geoff Saunders—perform “An Appalachian Christmas” each year in December to sold-out halls!
January 19, 2020—4:00 pm—The Lensic
Celebrate the new year with a symphonic soundtrack to the American experience! Pianist Bailey-Michelle Collins joins for George Gershwin’s jazzy and rhapsodic Concerto in F. Governor Lujan-Grisham breathes renewed life into the words of our 16th President in Aaron Copland’s dramatic Lincoln Portrait. Plus, powerful music by award-winning American contemporaries Joan Tower and John Corigliano.
February 1, 2020—7:00 pm—St. Francis Auditorium.
SFS Chamber Ensemble
Viaje, for Flute and String Quartet
Serenade for flute, violin, and Viola, op. 25
En Saga for Septet
February 16, 2020—4:00 pm—The Lensic
Explore new musical frontiers and enjoy a time-honored favorite! Your Santa Fe Symphony performs Dvořák’s beloved “New World” on a program that also features Maestro Figueroa as soloist on a symbolic journey through Miguel del Águila’s Violin Concerto. Symphony tubist Richard White shines in Ralph Vaughan Williams’ rollicking Tuba Concerto.
HOPE FOR THE PLANET
March 15, 2020—4:00 pm—The Lensic
Embark on a hope-filled, prayerful exploration of our planet, celebrating the Earth, our children, and our collective future through the lens of Claude Debussy and John Rutter. Featuring compelling multimedia visuals, the full Santa Fe Symphony Chorus, and two outstanding soloists, Hope For the Planet is jointly presented by The Santa Fe Symphony and WildEarth Guardians in their first collaboration celebrating the richness of our natural world!
The Symphony Chorus
Carelle Flores, Soprano
Michael Anthony McGee, Baritone
April 5, 2020—4:00 pm—The Lensic
The first of two concerts celebrating Ludwig van Beethoven’s 250th anniversary, this program opens with the colorful music to his only full-length ballet and is followed by his equally colorful and buoyant Eighth Symphony. Wendy Warner will wow you with her performance of the cello concerto by Antonín Dvořák, who counted Beethoven as one of his main inspirations.
May 16, 2020—7:00 pm
May 17, 2020—4:00 pm
The concert season comes to a joyful conclusion as your Santa Fe Symphony & Chorus take center stage for Beethoven’s magnificent Ninth Symphony. Dance to the rhythms of guitarist/composer Ernesto Cordero’s Mariandá and relish in the colorful harmonies of Ravel’s Mother Goose Suite. Don’t miss this final concert, featuring The Symphony Chorus
and renowned Soloists.