Music
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Mitch Miller, facilities and special events director for the town of Taos, informed Tempo over the weekend he has booked Latin rock sensations Ozomatli for a big Fourth of July party in Kit Carson … more
Music has become synonymous with summer and fun in Taos. We know, that sounds like a tired cliché, but even if you look back to the Wild West days on the Plaza, there were fandangos, fiestas and more fun than you could shake a Doña Tules feather boa at. more
Taos Chamber Music Group (TCMG) celebrates the 80th birthday of Philip Glass with a concert featuring his music. Glass turned 80 on Jan. 31. more
Last year’s Taos presentation by conductor and educator Oliver Prezant on opera arias was met with an enthusiastic reception. The Taos Opera Guild brings Prezant back for another entertaining presentation on opera this January. Working with the … more
Country music superstar Dwight Yoakam and The Mavericks have been booked to perform Saturday July 29, 7 p.m., at Kit Carson Park in Taos. more
It’s not happening until the first weekend in June, but the upcoming Music on the Mesa Festival is already creating quite a buzz throughout the New Mexico-Colorado-Texas area. more
This weekend, one of the most highly anticipated events in Taos is making its return. We are, of course, talking about the Mother's Day Music Festival in Kit Carson Park, now in its 16th year.The free festival, compliments of LMNOC … more
Music has become synonymous with summer and fun in Taos. We know, that sounds like a tired cliché, but even if you look back to the Wild West days on the Plaza, there were fandangos, fiestas … more
Former Taos Mayor Darren Córdova once again celebrates Mother’s Day in Taos with his band, Calor, and his musical family members. This year’s concert features Córdova’s son, Darren Lee; his daughter, Dynette Marie; and his brother, Daniel, all of whom are widely recognized musicians in their own right. more
There’s a way you can be part of a global movement that is positive and looking to shed light on dark problems. You don’t have to go door to door with a clipboard, make phone calls or walk up to busy people on the street. You can throw your head back and sing a positive song. more
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