Jan. 17, 2017
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Robert Who?

Plus that avid uxoricide Gesualdo’s maddening madrigals

Arts “Well. I think they must have just about run out of Schumann.” And so went an overheard comment at the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival’s Aug. 15 evening concert. The occasion? Number three of four concert...

Tuesday, August 20, 2013 John Stege

Oscar’s Fatal Attraction

A messy night at the Opera

Arts It was, for sure, Oscar Night out at the Santa Fe Opera last Saturday, e.g., the world premiere of Theodore Morrison’s anticipated work depicting Oscar Wilde’s last years..

Tuesday, July 30, 2013 John Stege

Violetta Revisited

And a sweet start for ChamberFest ‘13

Arts Finally I get it. Five years ago I denounced Laurent Pelly’s staging of Verdi’s La traviata for the Santa Fe Opera as “spectacularly inept.”

Tuesday, July 23, 2013 John Stege

Bravi Bellissimi

Thrills and trills at SFO’s Scottish play

Arts I nearly had to see a barber last Sunday morning to plaster down my perpendicular locks after a hair-raising premiere...

Tuesday, July 16, 2013 John Stege

No Reserve

Interactive photography exhibit aims for perfect shot

Arts Diné photographer Will Wilson invites visitors of the Georgia O’Keeffe Education Annex to interact with his exhibit...

Tuesday, July 16, 2013 Sophie Engel

Going Dutch[ess]

SFO kicks off 57th season with a bang

Arts When Much Ado About Nothing’s dim language-mangler, Constable Dogberry, remarks that “Comparisons are odorous,” he’s probably right...

Tuesday, July 2, 2013 John Stege

Make Way for SFO

Fifty-seven never looked this good

Arts Forget about the Three Tenors. Or the Three Mo’ Tenors. Or the Three Uzbeki Tenors. Or any of those copycat triumvirates...

Tuesday, June 25, 2013 John Stege

Chicago Bares

The table is set for famed artist Judy Chicago

Arts The career of Santa Fe-based artist Judy Chicago runs the gamut from hissed-at feminist-banner-wielding provocateur to a sacrosanct presence among the modern art world.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013 Enrique Limón

I'm Your Puppet

Arts Lady Blue, or María de Jesús de Ágreda, was a mystic Spanish nun from the 17th century.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013 Sophie Engel

Silly Rabbit

Immigration, now for kids

Arts The clucking of chickens and sound of children’s laughter in the background are reminiscent of something you may come across in Children of the Corn

Tuesday, June 4, 2013 Nick Beckman
 
 

Morning Word: NM's Weak Ethics Enforcement

Morning Word Reports from elected officials that disclose their financial interests are weak to begin with, and reporting requirements are “not enforced or policed" in New Mexico. ... More

Jan. 13, 2017 by Julie Ann Grimm

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