Song & Dance events in Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico
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  • Pentimento

Saturday April 29, 2017
  • AirDance ArtSpace
    Flying Monkeys In Space
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    Courtesy of AirDance New Mexico

    AirDance New Mexico presents Pentimento, an aerial dance theater exploration of the artistic process of layering on April 28-30 at the AirDance ArtSpace, The performance features aerial choreography on trapeze, aerial silks, aerial hammock, cube and triple trapeze, with modern dance and acrobatic floor and stilt work, all to original music performed live by a chorus of women’s voices with interactive visual projections. Pentimento features aerialists Cortney Baca, Tasha Books, Christina Cavaleri, Diana Delgado, Monica Demarco, Joanna Furgal, Tara Kolberg, Zachary Sears and Gina Shorten with music by Christy Cook, Monica Demarco, Gena Lawson and Mauro Woody. Shows begin at 8pm Friday and Saturday, April 28 and 29, and at 2pm Sunday, April 30. Tickets are available at and at the door or may be reserved online or by calling (505) 842-9418. Appropriate for all ages. The AirDance ArtSpace is ADA accessible. (August March)

  • Albuquerque Academy
    Vocal Artistry Art Song Festival
  • Albuquerque Museum of Art and History
    Art in the Afternoon: Zoltan and the Fortune Tellers
  • Elizabeth Waters Center for Dance
    Exhale: A Student Choreography Showcase
  • Hotel Albuquerque
    Tablao Flamenco
  • Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
    Annual American Indian Week
  • National Hispanic Cultural Center
    Rezilience: Voice Concert
  • Outpost Performance Space
    Chuscales: Flamenco Guitar and Dance Quartet
  • St. John's United Methodist Church
    St. John's Bach Project
  • Tortuga Gallery
    Live Music Performance
  • Kale for Your Ears

    If you're tired of consuming radio junk food like Taylor Swift or the newest pop-punk boy band du jour, perhaps it's time to give your ears some aural enrichment. On Saturday, April 29, from 7-8:30pm at UNM Arts Lab, check out Tonal Relativity Games and Experiments. It's “a performance of composed, semi-composed and improvised works” from Prepared Ear, Death Convention Singers and University of North Texas Professor Elizabeth McNutt. It is also the auditory portion of an exhibition at Central Features called Imagining Sound (showing through April 29) by Alyce Santoro of Prepared Ear. This treat for the senses will welcome listeners of all ages and is totally free. (Renée Chavez)

    UNM Arts Lab
    Tonal Relativity Games and Experiments

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