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10.05.22 SANTA FE PRO MUSICA STRING WORKS SERIES

Buy tickets now for Santa Fe Pro Musica String Works Series featuring five of the worlds leading string quartets. Subscribe to the series through the Pro Musica box office and save 5%. Read on Mailchimp

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9.30.22 Announcing Collin Jacobsen As Artistic Director

Santa Fe Pro Musica is proud to announce the appointment of Colin Jacobsen, the acclaimed violinist, composer, and arranger as artistic director. “Colin Jacobsen’s appointment emerged directly from the clarity and great work of [our Musicians Advisory Council] in cooperation with a dedicated and visionary board of trustees. His long relationship with Santa Fe Pro Musica creates…

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06.17.22 Carol Redman Announced as Music Director

The Santa Fe Pro Musica Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that eminent musician and Pro Musica’s co-founder Carol Redman has been appointed music director to manage the 2022–23 Season and plan the 2023–24 Season. Read full story on Mailchimp.

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St Lawrence String Quartet Portrait

03.08.22 | St. Lawrence String Quartet

Santa Fe Pro Musica presents the St. Lawrence String Quartet (“a model for what the modern-day string quartet should be”—CBC) at the Lensic Performing Arts Center on March 27, performing the music of Mozart, Korngold, and Franck. Read on to learn more about the ensemble. Read on Mail Chimp

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Borromeo Quartet Portrait

03.02.22 | Meet the Music: Borromeo String Quartet

Santa Fe Pro Musica’s String Works Series continues this Sunday, March 6 at the Lensic, with an enticing program of music by Béla Bartók, Adolphus Hailstork, and Claude Debussy. Read about the pieces on the program. Read on Mail Chimp

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Borromeo String Quartet

02.23.22 | Borromeo String Quartet

with pianist Anne-Marie McDermott Santa Fe Pro Musica presents the Borromeo String Quartet (“simply the best”—Boston Globe) on March 6 at the Lensic Performing Arts Center, performing quartets by Adolphus Hailstork and Claude Debussy. Pro Musica’s artistic director Anne-Marie McDermott will join the ensemble for Béla Bartók’s Quintet in C Major for Piano and Strings. Read on Mail Chimp

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Balourdet String Quartet

02.14.22 | The Balourdet String Quartet

The String Works Series continues this Saturday, February 19 at 7 PM in St. Francis Auditorium with a concert featuring the Balourdet Quartet (Ba-LOOR-day) performing works by Mozart, Stravinsky, Nina C. Young, and Brahms. This young quartet was formed in 2018 at Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music in Houston and is currently in residence at the New England Conservatory’s Professional…

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Castalian String Quartet

02.08.22 | The Castalian String Quartet

This Sunday Santa Fe Pro Musica presents the internationally acclaimed Castalian String Quartet performing works of Mozart, Janáček, and Schubert, in St. Francis Auditorium. In addition to their performance, the ensemble will present a Lecture and Demonstration in the morning (free and open to the public) and will be joining us for an Artist Dinner at Santacafé after their performance (reservations…

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String Quartet Subscriptions Available

02.03.22 | String Quartets: Subscribe and Save

There are four extraordinary string quartet concerts to look forward to in our 2021–22 String Works Series. Subscribe to the series through the Pro Musica box office and save 5%. Add the Diderot String Quartet’s Holy Week performance to your subscription and save 10% with a Create-Your-Own subscription package. Read on Mail Chimp

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01.26.22 | Winter Orchestra Chat

Join us at the Lensic this weekend as David Felberg conducts the Pro Musica Orchestra in performances of Mozart’s Piano Concerto in B-Flat Major, K. 450, featuring Pro Musica’s artistic director Anne-Marie McDermott, Mendelssohn’s exhilarating “Italian” Symphony, and the eagerly anticipated world’s live premiere of Reena Esmail‘s The History of Red. Watch on YouTube as…

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Tom O'Connor Educating Orchestra Audience Santa Fe NM

01.19.22 | Meet the Music

To learn more about the music on the program, join us one hour before each Santa Fe Pro Musica Orchestra concert at the Lensic for lively interviews with our guest artists, included with your ticket purchase. Conductor David Felberg and composer Reena Esmail will host Meet the Music for the upcoming Winter Orchestra Concerts. Come…

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01.13.22 | Meet the Guest Artists

David Felberg, conductor, performs throughout the Southwest as a violin soloist, in recitals, chamber music, and orchestral concerts. Anne-Marie McDermott, piano, is a consummate artist who balances a versatile career as a performer, recording artist, and arts administrator.  Recognized for her “lovely tone and easy agility” (San Francisco Classical Voice), soprano Kathryn Mueller has three…

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Scene of campfire at mountain lake in winter

01.06.22 | Fiery Winter Orchestra

January 29 and 30 at the Lensic, David Felberg conducts the Pro Musica Orchestra in the world’s live premiere of Reena Esmail’s The History of Red, Mozart’s Piano Concerto in B-Flat Major—featuring pianist Anne-Marie McDermott—and Mendelssohn’s “Italian” Symphony. Read in Mail Chimp

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Youth Concert Lensic Santa Fe NM

01.04.22 | Youth Concert Series

Sign up for Santa Fe Pro Musica’s free youth concerts, recorded live at the Lensic. Every season the Pro Musica Orchestra performs a series of Youth Concerts at the Lensic for thousands of local students, introducing them to the excitement of live classical music. These 40-minute concerts are free to public, private, and homeschooled students. Read in Mail…

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Baroque Concert in Loretto Chapel Santa Fe NM

12.28.21 | Support Great Music

There’s still time to make a tax deductible donation to Santa Fe Pro Musica. Our 40th anniversary season is in full swing! As 2021 draws to a close, we’re looking forward even further. With our new artistic director Anne-Marie McDermott, we’re planning exciting new ventures with world-renowned artists, and your donation makes it all possible.…

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