One Love, One Planet

The Symphony and WildEarth Guardians jointly present One Love, One Planet featuring Robert Frederick Smith Prize 2021 Sphinx Competition winner Samuel Abraham Vargas Teixeira performing Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s charming nocturnal violin concerto in G Minor, op. 80—the second of a three year collaboration with the Sphinx…

Bartók Meets Beethoven

Fusing masterworks written by two of the most notable composers in classical music history, this afternoon of beautiful music is one you don’t want to miss! Maestro Guillermo Figueroa conducts the full Symphony Orchestra for Béla Bartók’s Concerto for Orchestra—one of his best-known, most popular,…

O’ Roméo, Roméo!

The Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra & Chorus presents a tribute to Valentine's Day with one of Hector Berlioz’ finest and most original works, Roméo et Juliette. This outstanding symphonie dramatique celebrates Maestro Guillermo Figueroa’s 70th birthday and seventh incredible season with The Santa Fe Symphony—and you...

American Legacies

Ring in the new year with your Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra and a brilliant program of all American favorites at the Lensic! American Legacies opens with George Gershwin’s all-time favorite, Lullaby for strings. Widely recognized as one of the most technically commanding performers of the…

Handel’s Messiah

George Frideric Handel’s glorious Messiah is a landmark oratorio, with soaring arias, memorable choruses, and a hallmark Baroque flourish. This beloved masterwork is perhaps one of the most enduring messages of hope in the orchestral and choral repertoire. Don’t miss this annual performance at The…

A Thousand Nights

The Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra & Chorus kicks off its exciting 39th Season on September 11 at the iconic Lensic Performing Arts Center with A Thousand Nights! Under the baton of multiple Grammy® Award-winning conductor JoAnn Falletta, this spectacular concert opens with the vibrant and energetic D’un matin de printemp by notable French composer, Lili Boulanger.  Described by The New York Times as “vigorous and colorful,” violin virtuoso Nikki Chooi takes center stage with The Symphony for Ernest Chausson’s lush and evocative Poème for Violin and Orchestra and Maurice Ravel’s Tzigane for Violin and Orchestra. Complimenting this brilliant program is and one of the most popular works in orchestral repertoire, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s everpopular Scheherazade based on the Middle Eastern folk tale “One Thousand and One Nights.”

Season Finale

The Santa Fe Symphony’s 38th Season is brought to a rousing close Sunday, May 15, 4:00 PM at The Lensic! Under the baton of Maestro Guillermo Figueroa, this spectacular afternoon of great music opens with The Unanswered Question by American composer Charles Ives and the monumental Second…

© 2022 The Santa Fe Symphony & Chorus