Virtual Concert Series @ Ghost Ranch
PRICE: FREE—Complimentary Introduction to series!
The inaugural concert of The Santa Symphony’s new Virtual Concert Series premiered Sunday, October 11 @ 4:00 PM. Sorry, this event is no longer available. We hope you enjoyed this FREE concert—our gift to you for supporting us through the COVID-19 crisis.
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Filmed at one of New Mexico’s most incredible historic sites, Ghost Ranch was once home to world-renowned artist Georgia O’Keeffe, this magnificent site is surrounded by 21,000 acres of deep, multicolored canyons and cliffs, plains, grasslands and streams. Experience five unique ensembles of Symphony musicians performing works by Aaron Copland, Antonín Dvořák, Jessie Montgomery, local New Mexican composer, Michael Mauldin, and more—surrounded by the majestic beauty of Ghost Ranch.
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View our new Digital Program Book!
For your viewing pleasure, we have created a full color DIGITAL PROGRAM BOOK for The Santa Fe Symphony’s 2020 Virtual Concert Series.This program book was built for viewing on mobile devices and allows you to view program notes, bios, and other concert details during the performance!
To view the digital program book, on your mobile device access your text messaging app and TEXT the keyword PROGRAM (all capital letters) to The Santa Fe Symphony’s mobile telephone number: (505) 421-4215.
Fanfare for the Common Man for solo trumpet
Brynn Marchiando, Solo Trumpet
ANTONÍN LEOPOLD DVOŘÁK
String Quintet No. 2 in G Major, op.77, B.49
Allegro con fuoco
David Felberg, Violin; Nicolle Maniaci, Violin; Kimberly Fredenburgh, Viola; Dana Winograd, Cello; Terry Pruitt, Bass
Strum: Music for Strings
David Felberg, Violin; Nicolle Maniaci, Violin; Kimberly Fredenburgh, Viola; Dana Winograd, Cello; and Terry Pruitt, Bass
Duet from Three Songs for Marlboro for Horn and Cello
Dana Winograd, Cello, and Jeffrey Rogers, Horn
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
Cello Suite No. 3 in C Major
Dana Winograd, Cello
Appel Interstellaire from Des canyons aux étoiles
Jeffrey Rogers, Solo Horn
Canyon Light for Woodwind Quintet
Jesse Tatum, flute; Elaine Heltman, Oboe; Lori Lovato, Clarinet; Stefanie Przybylska, Bassoon; Jeffrey Rogers, Horn
DR. MARISA YOUNGS
Eclipse for Solo Trumpet
Brynn Marchiando, Trumpet
If you have already subscribed or purchased tickets for any of the fall 2020 concerts, don’t worry! Whatever funds you have on account with us can be easily applied to our Virtual Concert Series. Or, if preferred, these funds can also be applied to next year’s subscription, converted into a tax-deductible gift, or fully refunded.
As for our originally-planned fall 2020 programming—these live concerts (Sep through Dec 2020) will move one year forward to the fall of 2021, with identical soloists and programming. You won’t miss a thing. Any changes regarding the spring schedule (Jan through May of 2021) will be announced at a later date.
As a trumpet artist, Dr. Marisa Youngs has performed with a wide variety of ensembles and as a featured soloist with several orchestras and wind bands. She has worked with renowned conductors, including Marin Alsop, Leonard Slatkin, and H. Robert Reynolds, and has appeared in historic venues such as Boston’s Symphony Hall, Pittsburgh’s Heinz Hall, Tanglewood’s Ozawa Hall, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland.
Michael Mauldin first visited New Mexico in the 1950’s when his father, a Presbyterian minister, brought his family to church retreats at Ghost Ranch, near Abiquiu. He determined as a boy that he wanted to live in a place like that—a place that “not only surrounds you with space, but that opens up new space inside you.” It wasn’t until after completing a Bachelor of Music degree in piano and music education at Washburn University in Topeka and graduate work in piano pedagogy at the University of Colorado at Boulder, that Mauldin decided to fulfill his childhood wish. He came to Albuquerque in 1971, in time for a new-year’s-day earthquake.
Aaron Copland was appalled at first, and then enchanted by New Mexico’s rugged terrain. He rediscovered his Jewish heritage in Santa Fe. The musician spent two months in the state in 1928 while he was struggling to create a distinctly American sound, author and researcher Lois Rudnick said.