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Street tracks

While Bob Dylan is often considered the most iconic musical troubadour, his career seemed to lack a key element of folk: the busking experience. Woody Guthrie, Rod Stewart, Tracy … more

Equal parts

Folk music and Taos are well-acquainted two-step partners. The area is familiar with the genre and with upcoming duo Clay Parker and Jodi James. more

SMU Opera to perform ‘Singing Violin’

The Southern Methodist University Opera will present “The Singing Violin” for its annual Ima Leete Hutchison concert as part of the SMU-in-Taos Cultural Institute. more

Voices across the valley

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

'Why do you sing like that?'

Classical romantic drama combined with a high-tech storyline may be unlikely components in one evening's entertainment, but that is exactly what the audience at St. James Episcopal Church will have in store when the Santa Fe Opera … more

Taos celebrates a summer of music

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
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