Courtesy/The Santa Fe Symphony
Santa Fe Symphony presents Tate Meets Mozart 4 p.m. Sunday, May 30.
Experience Santa Fe Symphony musicians performing Mozart’s masterful Flute Quartet No. 1, Chickasaw composer Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate’s Raccoon Talk for Solo Violin, Cherokee and Quapaw composer Louis Ballard’s Ritmo Indio, Francisco Braga’s A Sonorous Dialogue to the Moon, the world premiere of Alfredo Rolando Ortiz’s Habanera Gris, arranged by Tyler Emerson for Harp and Vocals and more.
Beautifully filmed on the 15-acre residential campus of the School for Advanced Research—which sits on ancestral lands of the Tewa people—this colorful and rhythmic program celebrates the diverse culture and history of Santa Fe.
Tickets are $20 per household—with 30-day access. Buy Tickets Here!