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The King’s Singers


Performance Santa Fe presents The King's Singers! Since 1968, The King's Singers have dazzled the world with their life-affirming virtuosity and irresistible charm. Praised as the "superlative vocal sextet" (The Times London) the ensemble has earned two Grammy Awards, an Emmy Award and a place in Gramophone magazine’s inaugural Hall of  ...

Alicia Olatuja


Performance Santa Fe presents jazz vocalist Alicia Olatuja! Alicia Olatuja has one of the most exquisite instruments around: a glorious, mezzo-soprano voice that can seamlessly transition between jazz, soul, gospel, and pop. Olatuja has perfected her "strong, lustrous tone" (The New York Times) by immersing herself in a wide range of musical styles, from singing  ...

Kronos Quartet in “A Thousand Thoughts”


San Francisco-based Kronos Quartet is one of the most celebrated and influential groups of our time. Over its four decades-long career, the iconic group has performed thousands of concerts worldwide, released over 60 recordings that showcase extraordinary creativity and technical expertise, collaborated with the globe's most influential composers and performers, won over 40 prestigious  ...

Schoen Movement Company


Performance Santa Fe presents Schoen Movement Company! You won't find Emily Schoen dancing in theaters. For the past five years, the New York City-based dancer, choreographer, and founder of Schoen Movement Company has been taking her sinuous, exuberant performances to unlikely spaces: parks, streets, and breweries. In keeping with the Company's mission of uniting people from  ...

Julian Sands presents “Keats, Shelley, Ghosts and Lovers”


Performance Santa Fe presents Julian Sands in Keats, Shelley, Ghosts and Lovers! After a sold-out performance during Performance Santa Fe's 2018-2019 Season, celebrated British actor Julian Sands returns to Santa Fe on Friday, September 20 for another one-man show filled with humor, drama, and his characteristic charm. This year, Sands will explore his favorite poems by John Keats and  ...

Los Angeles Master Chorale


Performance Santa Fe presents the Los Angeles Master Chorale: Lagrime di San Pietro! Visionary director Peter Sellars and the formidable Los Angeles Master Chorale have achieved "a major accomplishment for music history" (Los Angeles Times) through a powerful a cappella work by one of the most revered composers of the Renaissance period. Orlando di Lasso's final composition, Lagrime di San  ...

Danú


Performance Santa Fe presents Danú! Jump-start your St. Patrick's Day celebrations with the lilting sounds of one of the world's leading Irish bands—Danú. Featuring Irish and English vocals, flute, tin whistle, button accordion, fiddle, guitar, and bouzouki, this ensemble has been thrilling audiences with traditional Irish music that "stirs the blood and lifts the  ...

Delfeayo Marsalis presents the Uptown Jazz Orchestra


Performance Santa Fe presents Delfeayo Marsalis and the Uptown Jazz Orchestra! The jazz world has a royal family, and its name is Marsalis. Delfeayo Marsalis—the trombone-playing member of the current generation of Marsalis artists—is one of the top musicians, composers, and bandleaders at work in jazz today. Praised for his "technical excellence, inventive  ...

A Celebration of Harold Pinter


Performance Santa Fe presents A Celebration of Harold Pinter! Nobel Prize-winning playwright Harold Pinter left behind a lustrous career that spanned over 50 years when he lost his battle to cancer in 2008. While Pinter is best remembered today as one of the most influential dramatists of his generation, his apprentice and longtime friend Julian Sands—"a warm, witty,  ...

A Far Cry with Simone Dinnerstein


A vibrant young string orchestra, an acclaimed pianist, and a new concerto by one of the nation's most celebrated composers!   Grammy-nominated string orchestra A Far Cry was formed in 2007 by a group of string-playing music students and has since grown into an impeccable, self-conducted collective that "brims with personality" (The New York Times). The 18 members  ...