Concerts at San Miguel

401 Old Santa Fe Trail, downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico

Tickets at the door
Free parking in Santa Fe Visitors Center parking lot off Old Santa Fe Trail

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CHAMBER MUSIC AT SAN MIGUEL: The Fong-Costanza Duo

August 18, 2018

Saturday, 4:00 pm

Admission: $20 suggested donation

CHAMBER MUSIC AT SAN MIGUEL: The Fong-Costanza  Duo

Santa Fe Opera Orchestra musicians Debra Fong (violin) and Christopher Costanza (cello) perform works by Ravel, Glière, and Martinu in this concert to benefit the preservation of San Miguel Chapel. Please come for the great music, but also to support the preservation of this historic treasure.

$20 suggested donation.

Proceeds go towards the San Miguel Chapel Restoration Project

AZALYA CD Release Show!

August 24, 2018

Friday, 8:00 pm

Admission: $5-$20 sliding scale

AZALYA CD Release Show!

Folk pop duo with intricate instrumental and vocal harmonies you’ll have stuck in your head for days. AZALYA is Elise Southwick & Louise Lodigensky, releasing their new album COLOREDRED. Greg Butera will open with a solo set.

Doors open at 7:30 pm, Concert at 8:00 pm

CD’s WILL BE $10 AT THIS SHOW ONLY! After that, $15.

Admission: $10-$20 sliding scale

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CHAMBER MUSIC AT SAN MIGUEL: Pat & Greg Zuber—Music of the Earth

August 25, 2018

Saturday, 4:00 pm

Admission: $20 suggested donation

CHAMBER MUSIC AT SAN MIGUEL: Pat & Greg Zuber—Music of the Earth

Santa Fe Opera Orchestra musicians Pat Zuber (flute) and Greg Zuber (percussion) perform works by Vivaldi, Crumb, Adams, and Takemitsu in this concert to benefit the preservation of San Miguel Chapel. Please come for the great music, but also to support the preservation of this historic treasure.

$20 suggested donation

Proceeds go towards the San Miguel Chapel Restoration Project

 

Lauria & Kott—Gold (w/Busy McCarroll)

September 1, 2018

Saturday, 7:00 pm

Admission: $20 at the door, kids 10-18, $10

Lauria & Kott—Gold (w/Busy McCarroll)

The final installment in Lauria & Kott’s ELEMENTAL AMERICANA CONCERT SERIES: Lauria (aka award winning singer songwriter Laurianne Fiorentino) and cellist Michael Kott are joined by singer/songwriter/bandleader/road warrior Busy McCarroll. Native-style flute, ocarina, harmonica, guitar and invented vocal improvisations sprinkled amongst “stunningly original lyrics and complex rhythms.” Lauria will delight with fascinating facts describing Rubidium and how its properties can be aligned with human personalities and emotions. Expect hilarity and profundity all at once.

$20 at door, or at www.lauriamusic.com, kids 10-18, $10

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Thollem’s Electric Confluence

September 15, 2018

Saturday, 7:30 pm

Admission $10 at the door

Thollem’s Electric Confluence

ELECTRIC CONFLUENCE is an amalgam of Thollem’s sonic experiences from his life-long travels, curiosity and appreciation of diverse cultures and musical approaches. His compositions combine elements from disparate musical styles performed on a variety of electronic instruments, an infinite palette of sounds and possibilities.

$10 admission.

More about Thollem at http://thollem.com

All about Thollem’s Electric Confluence at www.thollem.com/electricconfluence

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CHAMBER MUSIC AT SAN MIGUEL: Texas Tech University Faculty Chamber Music Recital

September 28, 2018

Friday, 5:00 pm

Suggested donation $20

CHAMBER MUSIC AT SAN MIGUEL: Texas Tech University Faculty Chamber Music Recital

Outstanding faculty musicians from Texas Tech University: Gregory Brookes, baritone; Carla Davis Cash, keyboards; Lisa Garner Santa, flute; Kimberly Sparr, viola; and Kevin Wass, tuba, performing music by J. S. Bach, Georg Philip Telemann, Christian Wolff, D. J. Sparr, and Ben Miles.

Proceeds go towards the San Miguel Chapel Restoration Project.

Suggested donation $20

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OutBach® Festival of [Mostly] American Music presents Charles Ives’s CONCORD SONATA

November 27, 2018

Tuesday, 7:00 pm

General Admission $25, Students $15 with ID

OutBach® Festival of [Mostly] American Music presents Charles Ives’s CONCORD SONATA

 Internationally renowned pianist Donna Coleman presents her scripted version of Charles Ives’s Concord Sonata.

Doors open at 6:30 pm for 7:00 pm concert

General Admission $25, Students $15 with ID

Yamaha piano courtesy of Pianowerkes (Albuquerque); Tuning courtesy of Douglas Parsons, Festival Technician-in-Residence (parspiano@aol.com)

OutBach® Festival of [Mostly] American Music presents THE BOSTON SIX PLUS TWO: A Concert of Duos

November 29, 2018

Thursday, 7:00 pm

General Admission $25, Students $15 with ID

Members of The Concord Trio (Donna Coleman, pianist; Endre Balogh, violinist; Antony Cooke, cellist) perform duos by American composers Samuel Barber, Amy Beach, George Chadwick, Arthur Foote, Edward MacDowell, John Knowles Paine, Horatio Parker and the duo for violin and cello by Zoltan Kodály, composed in the same year as Charles Ives’s Trio.

Doors open at 6:30 pm for 7:00 pm concert

General Admission $25, Students $15 with ID

Yamaha piano courtesy of Pianowerkes (Albuquerque); Tuning courtesy of Douglas Parsons, Festival Technician-in-Residence (parspiano@aol.com)

OutBach® Festival of [Mostly] American Music presents THE CONCORD TRIO

December 1, 2018

Saturday, 7:00 pm

General Admission $25, Students $15 with ID

 THE CONCORD TRIO (Donna Coleman, pianist; Endre Balogh, violinist; Antony Cooke, cellist) performs trios by American composers Charles Ives and Horatio Parker (Ives’s Yale mentor), and the spectacular Trio by French composer Maurice Ravel, composed in the same year as Ives’s Trio.

Doors open at 6:30 pm for 7:00 pm concert

General Admission $25, Students $15 with ID

 

Yamaha piano courtesy of Pianowerkes (Albuquerque); Tuning courtesy of Douglas Parsons, Festival Technician-in-Residence (parspiano@aol.com)

 

Concerts at San Miguel—a project to benefit San Miguel Chapel’s historic preservation—is made possible in part through the generosity of the LaSallian Christian Brothers, St.Michael’s High School of Santa Fe, and the San Miguel Chapel.