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Some people hear the words “chamber music” and imagine formally dressed Victorians sitting stiffly in stuffy drawing rooms, yawning politely behind their handkerchiefs through a never-changing set list of Baroque compositions. more
The devastation of war, followed by the sanctity of peace; it is an old theme. One that conductor Erick Brunner explores with the Taos Community Chorus’ “Into the Light” fall concerts. more
Those who attended Soundscapes’ concert in January 2016 will remember violinist Odin Rathnam for his stellar performance and thrillingly enthusiastic encore. more
For the 34th year, Music from Angel Fire (MFAF) will spend the waning days of the summer season entertaining audiences across Angel Fire, Taos, Eagle Nest, Ratón and Las Vegas over the course of three weeks. 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
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