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Each year, the Taos School of Music invites a select group of 19 young master musicians to engage in a summer of in-depth learning under the tutelage of highly skilled chamber music faculty. The school also offers a musical festival comprised of a series of live concerts by its young masters and faculty. more
The novel coronavirus has started spreading faster among New Mexico's younger populations, creating concern among state leaders as they begin looking at how and when to reopen public schools in the … more
The Taos School of Music first opened its doors to young chamber musicians in 1963. Throughout its long history, the school has never had to cancel its world-renowned summer program, held in the beautiful Taos Ski Valley. more
Each week through the school year, Taos News will propose a different challenge for public school students. If you take the challenge, send us your creations and we'll publish them in print or online. (And ask your teachers if they'll give you extra credit for your effort.) This week's challenge: Write a story in six words. more
Young Writers Night is a showcase of Taos talent onstage at the Harwood Museum, 238 Ledoux Street, on Thursday (Feb. 6), starting at 6 p.m. Isobel O'Hare, the Young Writers Program curator at SOMOS, and Taos High School student Michael Vigil, are co-hosting the evening. more
The New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator confirmed this month that Dr. Jon Young, an 80-year-old archaeologist who lived in El Prado, died in a fire that consumed his home in January, but … more
New Mexico Acequia AssociationYoung farmers from Northern New Mexico will gather at Los Luceros Historic Ranch on Friday (Aug. 23) to share their stories about how they started in … more
Investigators discovered a set of human remains inside a Mirlo Road home that burst into flames Monday afternoon (Jan. 7), marking a tragic end to one of the most challenging structure fires county … more
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