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Taos is uniquely poised as a multicultural hub, one where Native Americans, Hispanos and others of European descent coexist in this remote high desert valley and demonstrate to the rest of the country what it means to be American. more
Music has the power to effect change – inner change and social change. The lineup for this Saturday’s San Geronimo Day (Sept. 30) concert in Kit Carson Park is proof. All the artists who take the stage use music as a means to touch hearts and inspire minds to create a better world. more
Jumpsuit Records was created by musicians for musicians. Far from viewing its artists as mere cash-producing commodities, Jumpsuit considers them as family. This week, the label is throwing a “Jumpsuit Family Gathering,” and everyone’s invited. more
Guitarist Richard Smith plays everything from classic fingerpicking tunes to Frédéric Chopin and Johann Sebastian Bach, from Scott Joplin to The Beatles, from jazz standards to pop and blues. more
This week's Taos Plaza Live show pairs up one of Taos’ tried and true original bands with a new-to-town singer-songwriter who makes his Taos Plaza Live debut this year. more
With a lush and expressive style, musicians Laura Metcalf and Rupert Boyd combine cello and guitar with a repertoire that spans baroque through contemporary music. more
From pancakes in the morning, to flag-waving parades and family-friendly activities in the afternoon, to a concert whose tickets will give you serious bragging rights, and, finally, to spectacular fireworks displays crowning the day, … more
So far, this summer reminds me of a Supremes’ song. Smoky clouds, forest fires, 90-degree weather – “it’s like a heat wave!” Yes, it is. For a musical reprieve head on down to Taos Plaza Live for this week’s rendition of a good time for all ages more
Join your neighbors and friends and head down to Taos Plaza Thursday (June 1) to kick up your heels with the UZ Band and Chris Arellano y Nuevo Americana. The free fun starts at 6 p.m. more
Johannes Brahms wrote “Ein Deutsches Requiem” (”A German Requiem”) following his mother’s death in February 1865. The lyrics for the choral composition were chosen by Brahms from German-translated biblical texts. more
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