Santa Fe Pro Musica presents a multitude of musical gifts this December. Start your seasonal celebrations with one of Santa Fe’s most popular traditions, A Baroque Christmas, featuring the acclaimed Pro Musica Baroque Ensemble performing in the festively decorated Loretto Chapel from December 18–21 through 23–24. Rounding out your holiday, hear the Pro Musica Orchestra and guest violinist Colin Jacobsen perform Vivaldi’s beloved Four Seasons in St. Francis Auditorium on December 29 and 30. These concerts almost always sell out, so reserve your seats soon!
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After a year of forced closure due to the pandemic, Santa Fe Pro Musica announces that it will reopen in September 2021 with a gala 40th anniversary season of classical music concerts, including an Orchestra Series in the Lensic, a String Quartet Series in St. Francis Auditorium, and a Loretto Chapel Series. Stay tuned!
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The College of Santa Fe was a bustling campus for more than six decades. Today, the 66 acres is mostly devoid of people, with Sean Gabriel’s crew from Proscape Landscape Management conspicuously standing out.