V.24 No.30 | 7/23/2015
Candace di Carlo
Art Music Action
A season of sounds
By August March
Upcoming classical and art music in Albuquerque and Santa Fe.
V.22 No.12 |
Sci-fi hip-hop, flower power, the Black Spirits and in the key of XX
By Samantha Anne Carrillo [ Thu Mar 21 2013 11:53 AM ]
There are more boss concerts coming up than you can shake a stick at. We took a stab at it anyway. But what about the stuff there just wasn't enough dead tree space to explore? Of primary importance is the 42nd Annual John Donald Robb Composers' Symposium, which happens Sunday, March 24, through Wednesday, March 27. Celebrating the centenary of Stravinsky's Rite of Spring, special guest composers and performers include wireless controller-obsessed Duo X, Italian pianist Emanuele Arciuli and local Sunday favorites Chatter, and they're demoing Robb's Moog Synthesizer this year. For the full schedule, visit the trust's site: robbtrust.org
But experimental and classical composition isn't all our fair city has on offer this week. Whether you're into hip-hop, horrorcore, pornocore, strings, Zimbabwean spirituals or songs written by women, Music to Your Ears has you covered. Peep related A/V below. Sister • Kool Keith • Fri Mar 22 • 10 pm • $16 • 21+ • sisterthebar.com
V.22 No.12 | 3/21/2013
Music to Your Ears
By Samantha Anne Carrillo
Get your horrorcore/pornocore, classical violin, Zimbabwean spirituals and Girl Fight on with a little help from Music to Your Ears.
V.20 No.32 | 8/11/2011
photo courtesy of Club Beethoven
Church of Beethoven’s older, cocktail-swirling brother
By Summer Olsson
When I found out I could hear live classical music and drink a beer and not get up “really early” on Sunday morning, I was totally in. Club Beethoven is the afternoon version of Church of Beethoven, the long-running Sunday morning event featuring classical music and a bit of spoken performance, usually poetry. The Club is held in the afternoon, at Casablanca, inside the Hotel Andaluz.
¡Bocon! at Working Classroom
A bilingual fable filled with humor, magical realism and song. The one-act play tells the story of 12-year-old Miguel who flees a repressive Central American military regime.
The Albuquerque Battle Of The Bands at Launchpad
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