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Project Understanding to host gala event in Ventura

Upscale charity benefit to be held at Santa Fe's Tano Castle

22 Apr 2014
Although the City Different is typically recognized for its unique topographical features, warm weather, rich history and vibrant culture, the southwestern metropolitan area is also well-known for another attribute: its dedication to philanthropy. Throughout Santa Fe, a number of organizations have long provided individuals with the assistance and Read More
Santa Fe Symphony to present Mahler 7 this Sunday

Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra to present Mahler 7 this Sunday

11 Apr 2014
As one of the most culturally vibrant metropolitan areas in the Southwest, Santa Fe has long been home to a large community of art lovers. The final resting place of the celebrated painter Georgia O'Keefe, the City Different has become well known for its many museums that house innumerable works fine art. However, Santa Fe also boasts a c Read More
MoCNA Artist in Residence to lead studio tour, insightful lecture

MoCNA Artist in Residence to lead studio tour, insightful lecture

28 Mar 2014
In addition to the breathtaking scenery that can be seen throughout the Southwestern United States, the region is also highly regarded for its rich history and vibrant culture. In Santa Fe, New Mexico's popular capital city, residents can enjoy viewing countless works of unique art as they visit the myriad galleries and explore longstanding wo Read More
'A Baroque Christmas' to be presented by Santa Fe Pro Musica

'A Baroque Christmas' to be presented by Santa Fe Pro Musica

17 Dec 2013
Although those living in the capital city of New Mexico aren't tasked with dealing with as much winter weather as individuals in other regions are, they share in the celebratory holiday spirit just as much. That seasonal tradition will continue this year , as Santa Fe Pro Musica prepares for its upcoming performances of "A Baroque Ch Read More
3 highlights from the upcoming Santa Fe Bandstand season

3 highlights from the upcoming Santa Fe Bandstand season

30 May 2013
With its great weather and rich culture, Santa Fe has become famous for being one of the country's best places to enjoy live entertainment. One of the hallmarks of the city's cultural excellence is the Santa Fe Bandstand, which is about to open its 2013 summer season.  Owners of Santa Fe real estate and visitors to the city have enjoy Read More
New George Bernard Shaw production comes to Monterey

Renowned sitar player comes to Santa Fe

24 Apr 2013
With its multicultural and culture-loving residents, Santa Fe has justly earned a reputation for bringing in interesting and unique artists from across the world. On May 3, the GIG Performance Space will welcome the last in this long line of worldly artists, when internationally renowned sitar player Ustad Roshan Bhartiya takes the stage. Although Read More
New Santa Fe art exhibit explores families through time

New Santa Fe art exhibit explores families through time

29 Mar 2013
It is impossible to understand the history of Santa Fe without first understanding the stories of the families who lived there, and a new art exhibit does just that. "Thicker than Water," a photography and mixed-media installation at the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, uses portraits, documentary films and other mediums to show how t Read More
Award-winning string quartet comes to Santa Fe

Award-winning string quartet comes to Santa Fe

18 Mar 2013
Although the Brentano String Quartet is technically the Resident String Quartet at Princeton University, it has spent much of the last decade hopping from continent to continent. An international audience has fueled the group's success and helped it to win many of the most prestigious awards in classical music. On March 1, the quartet will perform Read More
Sam Shepard's

Sam Shepard's "Buried Child" gets revived in Santa Fe

18 Mar 2013
It's been more than three decades since Sam Shepard won the Pulitzer Prize for his play  Buried Child , but in the intervening years both he and the play have remained staunchly lodged in the American drama scene. It is no wonder, then, that an upcoming production of the historic play is already generating a great deal of excitement. The Read More
Renowned classical pianist brings her improvisations to Santa Fe

Renowned classical pianist brings her improvisations to Santa Fe

8 Feb 2013
On the cold January day in 2009 when Barack Obama was first sworn in as President, a diminutive woman took the stage alongside two classical music titans - Itzhak Perlman and Yo-Yo Ma - to play piano in front of millions of people. For many of them, this occasion was their first introduction to Gabriela Montero, a Venezuelan-American pianist who h Read More