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4.19.2024 PASATIEMPO—Reverance for a requiem

Click HERE to learn more about Mozart’s Requiem through interviews in today’s Pasatiempo with conductor laureate Thomas O’Connor, and principal basset horn player Jeffrey Brooks.

“Even though he didn’t finish it, the Requiem is the peak of Mozart’s sacred writing. He takes very small fragments of melodies, and he manipulates them, and turns them upside down and backwards, and uses them over and over throughout the piece, so all the sections are related.”—Thomas O’Connor, conductor laureate

Buy tickets to The Mozart’s Requiem HERE.

4.18.24 RICHARD EED’S SHOW—Interview with Thomas O’Connor

Click HERE to listen to Thomas O’Connor’s appearance on the Richard Eed’s Show. They discuss the Pro Musica Orchestra’s upcoming performances of Anna Clyne’s Within Her Arms and Mozart’s Requiem on April 27 and 28 at the Lensic Performing Arts Center.

“Anna Clyne’s piece is called Within Her Arms and it is a remeberance of her mother. I found it was a really good pairing for the Requiem. A requiem is a mass for the dead and Anna Clyne’s mother had passed away … it’s a very moving piece, theres an emotional connection there.”—Thomas O’Connor, Conductor Laureate.

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4.14.24 KSFR’s Deborah Begel interviews Conductor Laureate Thomas O’Connor

“Haydn said ‘if Mozart had written nothing else but his string quartets and his Requiem, this alone would have made him immortal.’ That’s what contemporary people thought of the Requiem. They recognized that it was an incredible work of genius.”—Thomas O’Connor, conductor laureate

Click HERE to buy tickets to the Pro Musica Orchestra’s performances of Mozart’s Requiem on April 27 and 28.


4.12.24 PASATIEMPO—A New Leadership duo will guide CCA Cinema

“Amplified: Film + Music continues April 23 with the documentary The Music of Strangers: Yo-Yo Ma and The Silk Road Ensemble. The ensemble is a collective of musicians from a wide variety of Eurasian cultures who often create new work in collaboration with each other and with performers from the Western classical tradition. [Two of the film’s featured musicians, Syrian clarinetist Kinan Azmeh and Chinese pipa virtuoso Wu Man, are scheduled for concerts with Santa Fe Pro Musica during its 2024-2025 season.]”—Mark Tiaras, Pasatiempo

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4.9.24 Join us for Organ Recital III

Join us on Wednesday, April 17 at Noon at the New Mexico Museum of Art’s St. Francis Auditorium for the third installment of Pro Musica’s Organ Recital Series. David Solem performs music by Paul Hindemith and Josef Rheinberger.

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4.3.24 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL—Santa Fe Pro Musica announces 2024–25 season concert lineup

“artistic director Colin Jacobsen has also announced the group’s orchestra concerts. The orchestra series will include five featured artists as both soloists and composers — Syrian clarinetist Kinan Azmeh, Mexican singer Magos Herrera, violinist Colin Jacobsen, Wu Man (pipa) and shakuhachi player Kojiru Umezaki.”—Kathaleen Roberts, Albuquerque Journal

Reserved seat subscriptions available Tuesday, April 30. Single tickets available Monday, May 27.

Learn more about our 2024–25 Season HERE.

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3.29.24 OPERAWIRE—Santa Fe Pro Musica Unviels 2024–25 Season

“’We’re thrilled to present Santa Fe Pro Musica’s 43rd season, which is illuminated by the creativity of musical torchbearers—artists with wide cultural perspectives who are both deeply engaged with tradition while pushing the musical artform forward,’ noted Colin Jacobsen, Artistic Director, in an official press release.”—David Salazar, OperaWire

Read the full article HERE.

Click HERE to learn more about our 2024–2025 Season.