V.20 No.51 | 12/22/2011
Julia Minimata Jazzed A “Nutcracker” Sweetened With Swing Tchaikovsky faces off with Ellington “The Nutcracker” suite is full of memorable melodies, which is at least partly the reason it has become all but inescapable during the holiday season. This year, though, the music is getting a special twist or two, courtesy of The Nutcracker (Swing!) concert presented by Concordia Santa Fe. Comm Women's March Sunday, Jan 21: 11am-2pm Civic Plaza
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Art Resolve, Evolve Sunday, Jan 21: 11am-6pm Ghostwolf Gallery
Artists present a group show centered around renewal, forward movement, personal evolution and transcendence. Runs through 1/31.
Stage Doublewide, Texas Sunday, Jan 21: 2pm Adobe Theater
A hilarious, fast-paced comedy, where residents of one of the smallest trailer parks in Texas are thrown for a loop when they realize the nearby town of Tugaloo is determined to annex them.
Words Santa Fe: The Chief Way Sunday, Jan 21: 3-4:40pm Page One Bookstore
Author Robert Strein discusses and signs the book he co-wrote with John Vaughan and C. Fenton Richards.
Song & Dance Liszt, Grieg and Brahms Sunday, Jan 21: 4pm The Lensic
Liszt’s dazzling and beautiful symphony poem
Les preludes, Grieg’s charming Suite No. 1 from Henrik Ibsen’s five-act play Peer Gynt, and Brahms’s magnificent Symphony No. 3.