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It's Rodeo Weekend in Taos, which means there's plenty to do in Taos. Here is but a sampling of what's going on. More, of course, can be found in this week's issue of Tempo magazine inside The Taos News on Thursday (June 22). more
Shake it up Thursday (June 22) from 6-8 p.m. as the Dwayne Ortega Band performs for this week’s Taos Plaza Live. The free concert showcases two hours of Northern New Mexican Spanish music with a liberal splash of rock-and-roll covers from this award-winning local band. more
In celebration of the second annual Mabel Dodge Luhan Day weekend, the Harwood Museum of Art is hosting “Mabel’s Call: Celebrating a Remarkable Taos Woman through Music.” more
Adrienne Braswell is celebrating the release of her long-awaited CD, “Great Big Yellow Sunflower,” Friday (June 16), 5:30 p.m., at San Geronimo Lodge, 1101 Witt Road in Cañón. Admission is $10 at the door. more
Chamber music is the “music of friends,” said English composer Richard Walthew. If that’s so, then prepare to find yourselves immersed in fellowship — and in the company of superb performances — when the Taos School of Music Chamber Music Festival begins its 55th season. more
Looking for something to do this weekend in the Taos area? Here's a brief sample of things to see and do in an around town. more
This week’s Taos Plaza Live show features Liz Painter & The Gallery and Bones of Romeo Thursday (June 15). The free show is part of a summerlong Thursday evening performance series featuring the best of Taos’ bands. more
Healing can come in several forms, but for Nahko Bear of Nahko and Medicine for the People (MFTP), music is the much-needed medicine he and the band deliver to their fans. more
The fourth annual Blues, Brews and Bikes Festival — a fundraiser for the Freedom in Music Project — gets set to raise the roof with what promises to be its best show yet. The festival takes place Friday and Saturday (June 9-10) at Taos Mesa Brewing, 20 ABC Mesa Road, off U.S. 64 west. more
For the 10th year in a row, the Taos Opera Institute (TOI) is poised to be out and about in our community, delighting audiences at restaurants, galleries, churches and private homes with 17 classical music performances by the TOI Singers and Cantos de Taos more
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