PSF 2022-2023 Season Brochure

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thewww.performancesantafe.org world’s best music, dance, and theater

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Take in the diverse possibilities of artistic expression: our 26-program season ranges from Ramagala Dance Company’s mesmerizing exploration of the environment to Boston Camerata’s medieval Christmas celebration to the innovative jazz stylings of Joshua Redman’s new trio project, 3x3. Santa Fe favorites are back! The Stars of American Ballet return for their 10th anniversary performance, Susan Graham, mezzosoprano, traverses seven decades of American history in A Standing Witness, and the Emerson Quartet graces our stage once more for their farewell tour.

our 86TH SEASON

Welcome to Performance Santa Fe’s 2022-2023 season – worldclass music, dance, and theater in iconic Santa Fe settings.

Take your seat for the best of the performing arts, coming to a stage near you.

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july

october

classical

classical

Festival of Song: Tamara Wilson and Heidi Melton Sunday, July 31, 2022 | 4:00 pm Scottish Rite Temple

Hélène Grimaud, piano Sunday, October 2, 2022 | 4:00 pm Lensic Performing Arts Center

jazz

august dance

Anat Cohen Quartetinho Thursday, October 20, 2022 | 7:30 pm Lensic Performing Arts Center

Stars of American Ballet I Friday, August 5, 2022 | 7:30 pm Lensic Performing Arts Center

dance

Stars of American Ballet II Saturday, August 6, 2022 | 7:30 pm Lensic Performing Arts Center

classical

Festival of Song: Nicholas Brownlee and Elena Villalón

november classical

Montrose Trio Tuesday, November 1, 2022 | 7:30 pm St. Francis Auditorium at the New Mexico Museum of Art

world

Ensemble Basiani

Sunday, August 7, 2022 | 4:00 pm Scottish Rite Temple

Tuesday, November 8, 2022 | 7:30 pm Cristo Rey Church

classical

jazz

Festival of Song: Emily Fons and Jack Swanson Sunday, August 14, 2022 | 4:00 pm Scottish Rite Temple

september

Charles Lloyd Ocean Trio Saturday, November 12, 2022 | 7:30 pm Lensic Performing Arts Center

december early music

classical

Thomas Dunford, archlute

Monday, September 12, 2022 | 7:30 pm Lensic Performing Arts Center

Thursday, December 1, 2022 | 7:30 pm St. Francis Auditorium at the New Mexico Museum of Art

contemporary

early music

Wednesday, September 21, 2022 | 7:30 pm St. Francis Auditorium at the New Mexico Museum of Art

Sunday, December 18, 2022 | 4:00 pm Cristo Rey Church

Emerson Quartet

Eighth Blackbird

The Boston Camerata

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april

jazz

dance/world

Thursday, January 19, 2023 | 7:30 pm Lensic Performing Arts Center

Sunday, April 2, 2023 | 4:00 pm Lensic Performing Arts Center

classical

classical

Aaron Diehl Trio and Warren Wolf

Alisa Weilerstein, cello Tuesday, January 31, 2023 | 7:30 pm St. Francis Auditorium at the New Mexico Museum of Art

february dance

Mark Morris Dance Group Tuesday, February 7, 2023 | 7:30 pm Lensic Performing Arts Center

contemporary

Susan Graham, mezzo-soprano and Music from Copland House Thursday, February 16, 2023 | 7:30 pm Lensic Performing Arts Center

classical

Ragamala Dance Company

Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Wind Ensemble with Simon Crawford-Phillips, piano Thursday, April 13, 2023 | 7:30 pm St. Francis Auditorium at the New Mexico Museum of Art

classical/early music

The Tallis Scholars

Monday, April 24, 2023 | 7:30 pm Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi

may

2022-2023 SEASON

january

jazz

Joshua Redman: 3x3 Friday, May 5, 2023 | 7:30 pm Lensic Performing Arts Center

Richard Goode, piano Tuesday, February 21, 2023 | 7:30 pm Lensic Performing Arts Center

march theater/classical

Late Night with Leonard Bernstein Tuesday, March 7, 2023 | 7:30 pm Lensic Performing Arts Center

classical

Pablo Sáinz-Villegas, guitar Saturday, March 18, 2023 | 7:30 pm Lensic Performing Arts Center

early music

Jupiter Ensemble with Lea Desandre, mezzo-soprano Tuesday, March 21, 2023 | 7:30 pm Lensic Performing Arts Center

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I Scottish Rite Temple I $105, $85, $45

JUL 31

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PSF’s Festival of Song presents rising and established stars of the opera world in intimate one-hour recitals at the Scottish Rite Temple. Each performance is followed by a reception in the Grand Ballroom where you are invited to meet the artists over drinks and desserts.

Sopranos Tamara Wilson and Heidi Melton are both hailed for their interpretations of some of opera’s most dramatic roles. Performance Santa Fe’s Festival of Song brings these luminaries together for an electrifying afternoon recital. Wilson, the 2016 recipient of the prestigious Richard Tucker Award, will make her Santa Fe Opera debut this summer in the role of Isolde in Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde. Already an established interpreter of powerful Wagnerian roles such as Brünnhilde, Heidi Melton possesses “a fluid voice without limitation” (The Scotsman). These two superstar sopranos take the stage for what will be an unforgettable recital.

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CLASSICAL

FESTIVAL OF SONG

Tamara Wilson, soprano and Heidi Melton, soprano with Robert Tweten, piano

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AUG 7

4:00 pm

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CLASSICAL This season’s second Festival of Song recital welcomes two dazzling singers to the stage— Nicholas Brownlee, bass-baritone, and Elena Villalón, soprano. Brownlee has distinguished himself through his “commanding presence” and “rich tone” (Musical America). Brownlee returns to the Santa Fe Opera this year as Kurwenal in Tristan und Isolde. He is joined by soprano Elena Villalón, lauded for her artistic and expressive vocal technique– “a radiance in which one could simply bask contentedly” (Washington Classical Review). This summer, she makes her role and house debut at the Santa Fe Opera as Nanetta in Verdi’s Falstaff.

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I Scottish Rite Temple I $105, $85, $45

AUG 14 4:00 pm

FESTIVAL OF SONG

Emily Fons, mezzo-soprano and Jack Swanson, tenor with Robert Tweten, piano

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CLASSICAL “Dynamite” (Theater Jones) mezzo-soprano Emily Fons joins “captivating” (Le Salon Musical) tenor Jack Swanson. A powerful artistic voice, Emily Fons has been lauded for her portrayals of both “trouser roles” and dramatic leads — Cherubino and Susanna all in one! Called “the perfect male lead” (St. Louis Dispatch), Jack Swanson’s talent is evidenced by his appearances with the world’s foremost opera companies. This summer, Fons and Swanson will play star-crossed lovers Rosina and Count Almaviva in the Santa Fe Opera’s production of The Barber of Seville. Don’t miss your chance to see them in an intimate recital setting.

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fri+sat

AUG 5, 6

7:30 pm I Lensic Performing Arts Center I $125, $105, $85, $65, $40

“an unapologeticofshowcase virtuosity” — the boston globe

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DANCE

STARS OF AMERICAN BALLET 10th Anniversary

They’re back! After a two-year hiatus, Stars of American Ballet returns for their 10th anniversary with Performance Santa Fe. Stars of American Ballet brings together remarkable principals and soloists from the nation’s most renowned ballet companies. Led by acclaimed dancer and choreographer Daniel Ulbricht, the award-winning company presents two different programs of audience favorites (including Ulbricht originals) to the Lensic. Unquestionably one of Santa Fe’s favorite events of the year, these performances are sure to sell out quickly. Get your tickets now for an exquisite night (or two!) with Stars of American Ballet.

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CLASSICAL

monday

SEP 12

7:30 pm I Lensic Performing Arts Center I $115, $95, $75, $55, $35

EMERSON QUARTET

there must be “with musicians like this, hope for humanity” — the times, london

The Emerson Quartet’s farewell tour comes to Santa Fe! With an artistic legacy spanning four decades, the Emerson Quartet is without a doubt one of the foremost chamber music ensembles in the world. Its repertory spanning hundreds of pieces, the Quartet has brought “audacity and freshness” (Boston Globe) to the world’s most distinguished concert halls. Don’t miss your last chance to see the historic ensemble perform some of their most beloved repertoire! Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart | String Quartet No. 15 in D minor, K. 421 Maurice Ravel | String Quartet in F Major Anton Webern | Fünf Sätze, Op. 5 Dmitri Shostakovich | String Quartet No. 12 in D-flat Major, Op. 133

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SEP 21

I St. Francis Auditorium at the New Mexico Museum of Art $95, $65, $35

EIGHTH BLACKBIRD

7:30 pm

Phoenix

CONTEMPORARY

wednesday

After more than two decades of moving music forward, Eighth Blackbird continues to define the cutting edge of contemporary classical music. “One of the smartest, most dynamic ensembles on the planet” (Chicago Tribune), Eighth Blackbird began in 1996 as a group of six entrepreneurial Oberlin Conservatory students and continues today under the leadership of founding members pianist Lisa Kaplan and percussionist Matthew Duvall. Eighth Blackbird’s Phoenix is a celebration of some of contemporary classical music’s most exciting works

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sunday

OCT 2

4:00 pm

I Lensic Performing Arts Center I $115, $95, $75, $55, $35

HÉLÈNE GRIMAUD piano

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— the new yorker

CLASSICAL

of “a pianiststrong opinions.”

Known for her poetic expression and peerless technical control, French pianist Hélène Grimaud is one of the most sought-after artists of her generartion. A multi-faceted Renaissance woman with a deep dedication to her musical career, Hélène also nurtures passionate environmental, literary, and artistic interests. Grimaud’s program draws from her album, Memory, which explores music’s ability to bring the past back to life. Selections of evanescent miniatures by Chopin, Debussy, Satie and Valentin Silvestrov, in the pianist’s own words, “conjure atmospheres of fragile reflection, a mirage of what was – or what could have been.”

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thursday

OCT 20 7:30 pm

I Lensic Performing Arts Center I $115, $95, $75, $55, $35

present day “amulticultural wonder…” — the new yorker

Clarinetist Anat Cohen makes her return to Santa Fe! Not one to rest on her laurels, Cohen continues to reinvent her music even after three Grammy nominations and 15 consecutive Best Clarinetist Awards from the Jazz Journalists Association. The Anat Cohen Quartetinho features Vitor Gonçalves on piano, Tal Mashiach on bass, and James Shipp on percussion. All virtuosos in their own right, these musicians bring the perspectives and styles of Brazil, Israel, and the United States to create a genre-bending exploration of traditional and modern music.

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JAZZ

ANAT COHEN

QUARTETINHO

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CLASSICAL

tuesday

NOV 1

7:30 pm

I St. Francis Auditorium at the New Mexico Museum of Art $95, $65, $45

MONTROSE TRIO

The Montrose Trio is a collaboration stemming from a long and fruitful relationship between violinist Martin Beaver and cellist Clive Greensmith of the Tokyo Quartet and pianist Jon Kimura Parker, the quartet’s final guest pianist before disbanding. Since their founding, the trio has quickly established a reputation for performances of the highest distinction. Befitting the ensemble of three virtuosos, their program features Brahms’ masterpiece, his Piano Trio No. 2 in C Major, written when the composer was at the height of his creative powers.

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WORLD

The State Ensemble of Georgian folk singing, Ensemble Basiani is one of the most unique and magnificent vocal ensembles in the world. Performing music from the seventh through the thirteenth centuries in traditional Georgian costumes, the group of twelve male vocalists has thrilled audiences across the country, from Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival to Cal Performances in Berkeley, with their “Hauntingly beautiful” (NY Times) music and “Otherworldly, mesmerizing performance,” (New York Music Daily) and now bring the soul of their homeland to our doorstep, reminding us of the timeless modernity of ancient tradition.

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7:30 pm

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JAZZ

saturday

NOV 12

7:30 pm

I Lensic Performing Arts Center $115, $95, $75, $55, $35

CHARLES LLOYD OCEAN TRIO “charles lloyd is a national treasure.” — carlos santana

Six decades into his professional music career, saxophonist, flutist, composer, and NEA Jazz Master Charles Lloyd shows no signs of slowing down. Lloyd combines post-bop, free jazz, psychedelic rock, and traditional music in his original compositions to form “a strange and beautiful distillation of the American experience.” (New York Times) Lloyd returns to the Lensic alongside his Ocean Trio with guitarist Anthony Wilson and pianist Gerald Clayton.

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archlute

thursday

EARLY MUSIC

THOMAS DUNFORD A relative of the modern day guitar, the lute conjures visions of wandering Renaissance minstrels strumming songs of love. Called the “Eric Clapton of the lute” (BBC Music Magazine), Thomas Dunford has gained worldwide acclaim on the iconic instrument, giving recitals at major festivals and venues across the world and collaborating with leading Baroque ensembles. Dunford’s program features works for the lute’s cousin, the long-necked archlute, by Dowland, Kapsberger, and Dalza, as well as the Suite in G Major, BWV 1007 by J.S. Bach.

DEC 1

7:30 pm

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sunday

DEC 18

4:00 pm

I Cristo Rey Church I $95, $75, $55, $35

“ravishingly beautiful”

— the dominion post

This holiday season, The Boston Camerata bids us good tidings and peace on earth! The distinguished ensemble performs “A Medieval Christmas: Hodie Christus Natus Est” in the historic Cristo Rey Catholic Church. Under the artistic direction of Anne Azéma, The Boston Camerata creates distinctive programs combining original scholarship with performances by outstanding vocalists and instrumentalists. In Hodie Christus Natus Est, the Camerata celebrates the spirit of medieval Christmas: a time when different cultures, tastes, manners, and languages could be heard together in polyphonic celebration.

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EARLY MUSIC

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JAZZ

thursday

JAN 19

I Lensic Performing Arts Center $115, $95, $75, $55, $35

7:30 pm

AARON DIEHL TRIO and WARREN WOLF: The Modern Jazz Quartet

The Aaron Diehl Trio partners with vibraphonist Warren Wolf for a fresh take on the music of one of the most historically significant ensembles of the 20th century — The Modern Jazz Quartet. A classically trained pianist, Diehl is lauded for his ability to fuse together traditional and fresh forms of music-making. He is joined by Aaron Kimmel on drums and Paul Sikivie on bass, plus vibraphonist Warren Wolf, known for his sophisticated and exploratory style, to reinvent the sound of one of jazz music’s most beloved groups.

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JAN 31

I St. Francis Auditorium at the New Mexico Museum of Art $95, $65, $45

ALISA WEILERSTEIN

7:30 pm

CLASSICAL

tueday

cello

A passionate interpreter of Bach’s solo cello repertoire (not to mention one of the leading cellists of her generation), Alisa Weilerstein makes her long-awaited Santa Fe recital debut with a performance of three of Bach’s solo cello suites. A MacArthur Fellow, recipient of the Leonard Bernstein Prize, and universally beloved performer, Weilerstein’s 2020 recording of all six Bach cello suites was lauded for its “sunlit clarity” (The Guardian) and “expressive but authoritative style.” (The Classic Review) Lovers of Bach won’t want to miss what will be a lyrical, moving performance from one of classical music’s biggest stars.

moving “she brings aintensity —the sunday times

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FEB 7

I Lensic Performing Arts Center $125, $105, $85, $65, $40

7:30 pm

MARK MORRIS DANCE GROUP Pepperland

“utterly musical, entirely unexpected” — the los angeles times

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DANCE The Beatles meets modern dance meets a riotous explosion of color and sound in Pepperland! Created as a tribute to the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Pepperland is a masterpiece by Mark Morris, “the most successful and influential choreographer alive.” (New York Times) Dancers performing Morris’ joyful choreography are accompanied live by an unprecedented chamber ensemble. Don’t miss your chance to see Pepperland, a psychedelic dance homage to the revolutionary music of The Beatles!

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thursday

FEB 16

7:30 pm

I Lensic Performing Arts Center $115, $95, $75, $55, $35

SUSAN GRAHAM MEZZO-SOPRANO, AND THE

MUSIC FROM COPLAND HOUSE ENSEMBLE Pierre Jalbert | Crossings John Harbison | Songs America Loves to Sing Richard Danielpour | A Standing Witness

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CONTEMPORARY A Standing Witness is a monumental collaboration between composer Richard Danielpour and author Rita Dove, created especially for the incomparable Susan Graham and the celebrated Music from Copland House ensemble. The soaring music and probing poetry of this epic cycle is a retrospective tracing enormous upheavals in the U.S. since the watershed year of 1968. Rapturously received in premiere performances at the Kennedy Center and elsewhere around the U.S., there is no more timely or provocative work for this pivotal moment in American history.

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tuesday

FEB 21 7:30 pm

I Lensic Performing Arts Center $115, $95, $75, $55, $35

RICHARD GOODE piano joy in the ear, a nourishment for “athe mind and an uplift for the spirit —the los angeles times

The depth, sensitivity, and virtuosity of Richard Goode’s playing has been lauded for decades, making him one of today’s premier interpreters of Classical and Romantic piano repertoire. A former co-artistic director of the Marlboro Music Festival, exclusive Nonesuch recording artist, and worldwide touring musician, Goode’s career has brought him to the world’s best orchestras, brightest stages, and most coveted recital halls.

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CLASSICAL

Bach | Prelude and Fugue in C Major, Book 2 Prelude and Fugue in A minor, Book 2 Haydn | Sonata in D Major, XVI 42 Bach | Prelude and Fugue in F Major, Book 2 Haydn | Variations in F minor, XVI 6 Beethoven | 33 Variations on a Waltz by Diabelli, Op. 120

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THEATER / CLASSICAL

tuesday

MAR 7

7:30 pm

I Lensic Performing Arts Center I $115, $95, $75, $55, $35

A well-known insomniac for whom night was a time for creativity, introspection, and revelry, Leonard Bernstein worked incessantly, entertaining friends and guests late into the night. Late Night with Leonard Bernstein, hosted by his daughter Jamie and featuring soprano Amy Burton and pianists John Musto and Michael Boriskin, gives modern audiences a window into Bernstein’s inner artistic life. The program weaves together a warm-hearted, revealing script, a video slideshow of rare photographs, and Bernstein’s most intimate (and favorite) music. Don’t miss this affectionate, personal portrait of an icon of American culture.

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I Lensic Performing Arts Center I $115, $95, $75, $55, $35

MAR 18 7:30 pm

PABLO SÁINZVILLEGAS:

Soul of Spanish Guitar

playing … “virtuosic irresistible exuberance —the new york times

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saturday

Pablo Sáinz-Villegas returns to Santa Fe! The “global ambassador of Spanish guitar” (Billboard) takes us on a musical journey of iconic pieces from his homeland. An inexhaustible talent, Sáinz-Villegas has made a name for himself through his extensive international touring and collaborations with prestigious directors, orchestras, festivals, and composers. Following his sold-out performance in March 2020, PSF is thrilled to welcome Sáinz-Villegas back to the Lensic for his highly anticipated return.

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MAR 21 7:30 pm

I Lensic Performing Arts Center I $115, $95, $75, $55, $35

All Vivaldi! The Jupiter Ensemble performs a series of songs and concertos from the emblematic Baroque composer. Comprising rising stars of early music, the Jupiter Ensemble celebrates the composer’s exuberance, charm, and virtuosity. From the vibrant charisma of “utterly persuasive” (Gramophone) mezzo-soprano Lea Desandre, to sparkling concertos for lute and cello performed by Thomas Dunford and Bruno Philippe respectively, the Jupiter Ensemble’s Santa Fe debut will be a night to remember!

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MEZZO-SOPRANO

All Vivaldi

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EARLY MUSIC

JUPITER ENSEMBLE WITH LEA DESANDRE

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sunday

APR 2

4:00 pm

I Lensic Performing Arts Center $115, $95, $75, $55, $35

RAGAMALA DANCE COMPANY Sacred Earth

Outstanding practitioners of the South Indian dance form Bharatanatyam, the Ragamala Dance Company fuses timeless myths of the Indian subcontinent with contemporary themes of Indian diasporic experience. Performed with live accompaniment from an Indian music ensemble, Sacred Earth is a breathtaking original work exploring the interconnectedness between human emotions and the environment that shapes them. The Ragamala Dance Company offers us “some of the most transcendent experiences that dance has to offer.” (New York Times) Don’t miss it!

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DANCE / WORLD

a marvel of “buoyant agility and sculptural clarity —dance magazine

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CLASSICAL

thursday

APR 13

7:30 pm

I St. Francis Auditorium at the New Mexico Museum of Art $95, $65, $45

ACADEMY OF

ST MARTIN IN THE FIELDS Wind Ensemble with Simon Crawford-Phillips, piano The Academy of St. Martin in the Fields is known for its outstanding mastery of the most beloved chamber works. The Academy’s wind ensemble, joined by pianist Simon CrawfordPhilllips, is no different. The evening’s performance — which includes Mozart’s delightful quintet for piano and wind instruments — will explore the different shades and timbres of wind instruments alongside the richness and versatility of the piano, all mediated by the group’s “impeccable sense of balance.” (Seen and Heard International).

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APR 24 7:30 pm

I Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi $95, $75, $65, $55, $35, $25

THE TALLIS SCHOLARS

CLASSICAL / EARLY

monday

The Tallis Scholars, one of the world’s premier vocal ensembles, celebrates its 50th anniversary under the leadership of founding director Peter Phillips who formed the group from members of the Oxford and Cambridge chapel choirs. Resonating in the glory of the Cathedral Basilica, their program will feature Renaissance masterpieces of sacred music from England and Europe, including works by Tallis, Palestrina, Lassus, and Josquin des Prez, among others. 41 | www.performancesantafe.org photo: nick rutter |

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friday

MAY 5

I Lensic Performing Arts Center $115, $95, $75, $55, $35

7:30 pm

JOSHUA REDMAN 3x3 Joshua Redman presents a celebration of the power of three! Saxophone, bass, and drums make up a classic trio format playing compositions from three of Redman’s favorite musicians—Duke Ellington, Thelonious Monk, and Wayne Shorter. Following the music wherever it leads, Redman and his bandmates breathe new improvisational life into works Redman considers “not just relevant but foundational.” Discover your favorites anew with 3x3!

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Warren Wolf

Emerson Quartet Hélène Grimaud

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Mark Morris Dance Group

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YOUR SUPPORT We are honored to be New Mexico’s longest-running performing arts organization. Since 1937, Performance Santa Fe has been bringing world-class artists to the Land of Enchantment with the help of people like you—thank you!

underwrite a performance Ticket revenue covers only a portion of the costs associated with presenting artists. As an underwriter, you will be acknowledged throughout the year for your passion, vision, and generosity in supplying our community with acclaimed performing arts.

bravo circle salon concerts From the stage… to the salon! Get up close and personal with performers in Performance Santa Fe’s Salon series. Annual fund donors at the Bravo Circle level and above ($5000+) are invited into private, gorgeous Santa Fe homes for a delicious meal, featuring an artist from our 86th season. For more information on how to join the Bravo Circle, please contact Katie Rountree, Director of Development, at (505) 984 8759 or katie@performancesantafe.org.

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MAKE A DIFFERENCE Support the Annual Fund! For more than eight decades, Performance Santa Fe has enriched the lives of Santa Fe audiences with hundreds of world-class performances throughout the community. But, did you know that ticket sales account for only 40% of our annual operating budget? The remainder must be raised philanthropically each year from generous donors like you. By making a tax-deductible contribution to the Annual Fund, you are investing in Santa Fe’s quality of life and ongoing artistic vitality. Your gift makes a profound difference. Support the Annual Fund and enjoy an eclectic array of donor benefits based on giving level. For more information on how your annual support makes a difference, go to PerformanceSantaFe.org or contact Katie Rountree, Director of Development at 505 984 8759 or katie@performancesantafe.org.

ANNUAL FUND DONOR BENEFITS

advance ticket buying ahead of single ticket sales (Annual Fund Member Appreciation Days are May 31 - June 3)

premier seating vip experiences waitlist privileges for sold-out performances invitations to special events complimentary ticket exchanges (subject to availability)

Performance Santa Fe is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

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SPECIAL TICKET OFFERS RUSH + STUDENT TICKETS! Patrons 30 and under can purchase $20 rush tickets at the venue two and a half hours prior to the performance start time with a valid ID. Students who would like to purchase a ticket prior to the performance night may buy one single ticket in advance at a 50% discount with a valid student ID.

GROUP DISCOUNT 20% off 10 or more tickets Patrons will receive a 20% discount with the purchase of 10 or more tickets to a particular performance. Please call the Performance Santa Fe box office for more information.

FAMILY DISCOUNT Youth (ages 3-18) get 50% off per ticket. Adults purchasing Youth tickets receive 20% off up to two Adult tickets with the purchase of at least one Youth ticket. Family tickets are only available by calling the Performance Santa Fe box office at 505 984 8759. Youth tickets will be available for Will Call pick up at the performance, and the youth must be present.

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C AT H E D R A L B A S I L I C A O F S T. F R A N C I S O F A S S I S I 1 3 1 C AT H E D R A L P L A C E S A N TA F E , N M 8 7 5 0 1

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WHY SUBSCRIBE? a subscription is more than just tickets. it’s a guarantee that you’ll experience the best of the performing arts from your favorite seat in the house.

Get your tickets early! Season subscription ticket sales are open May 1 - May 27. Annual Fund Member Appreciation Days are May 31 - June 3. Single tickets go on sale June 4. Enjoy premium seats at a great price! PSF offers a wide range of subscription rates, ranging from 30% off for a full season subscription to all 26 of our world class performances, to 10% off for 5-9 events. Flexibility! Only subscribers can exchange tickets (subject to availability). Stay up to date! Subscribers receive first notice of exclusive offers and events.

HOW TO SUBSCRIBE To become a season subscriber, fill out the attached order form and send it back to our office (300 Paseo de Peralta, Suite 102, Santa Fe, NM 87501) before May 27, 2022. You can also call Performance Santa Fe at 505 984 8759 at any time to purchase your subscription or if you have questions. We are happy to talk you through the subscription process and tell you more about this season’s performances! Please note that subscriptions are based on the number of events you attend, not the total number of tickets purchased. For more information about ticket discounts offered year-round, visit our website. We encourage you to purchase tickets to PSF performances directly through Performance Santa Fe; we never charge additional fees for processing or mailing.

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2022-2023 ticket order form . DATE July 31 Aug 5 Aug 6 Aug 7 Aug 14 Sept 12 Sept 21 Oct 2 Oct 20 Nov 1 Nov 8 Nov 12 Dec 1 Dec 18 Jan 19 Jan 31 Feb 7 Feb 16 Feb 21 Mar 7 Mar 18 Mar 21 Apr 2 Apr 13 Apr 24 May 5

VENUE Scottish Rite Temple Lensic Lensic Scottish Rite Temple Scottish Rite Temple Lensic St Francis Auditorium Lensic Lensic St Francis Auditorium Cristo Rey Church Lensic St Francis Auditorium Cristo Rey Church Lensic St Francis Auditorium Lensic Lensic Lensic Lensic Lensic Lensic Lensic St Francis Auditorium Cathedral Basilica Lensic

† Obstructed view seats

May 1 - May 27: Subscriptions on sale May 30 - June 3: Annual Fund Member Appreciation Week June 6: Single tickets on sale

EVENT Festival of Song Stars of American Ballet I* Stars of American Ballet II* Festival of Song Festival of Song Emerson Quartet* Eighth Blackbird Hélène Grimaud* Anat Cohen* Montrose Trio Ensemble Basiani Charles Lloyd Ocean Trio* Thomas Dunford The Boston Camerata

NO. TIX ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ Aaron Diehl Trio and Warren Wolf* ________ ________ Alisa Weilerstein ________ Mark Morris Dance Group* ________ Susan Graham* ________ Richard Goode* Late Night with Leonard Bernstein* ________ ________ Pablo Sáinz-Villegas* ________ Jupiter Ensemble* ________ Ragamala Dance Company* Academy of St Martin in the Fields ________ The Tallis Scholars ________ Joshua Redman* ________

PRICE LEVEL (circle one) $105, $85, $45 $125, $105, $85, $65, $40 $125, $105, $85, $65, $40 $105, $85, $45 $105, $85, $45 $115, $95, $75, $55, $35 $95, $65, $35 $115, $95, $75, $55, $35 $115, $95, $75, $55, $35 $95, $65, $45 $95, $75, $55, $35 $115, $95, $75, $55, $35 $95, $65, $35 $95, $75, $55, $35 $115, $95, $75, $55, $35 $95, $65, $45 $125, $105, $85, $65, $40 $115, $95, $75, $55, $35 $115, $95, $75, $55, $35 $115, $95, $75, $55, $35 $115, $95, $75, $55, $35 $115, $95, $75, $55, $35 $115, $95, $75, $55, $35 $95, $65, $45 $95, $75, $65, $55, $35, $25 †

$115, $95, $75, $55, $35 SUBTOTAL

TOTAL $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________ $______________

calculate your total SUBTOTAL= Full Season - Subtract 30% 20+ Event - Subtract 25% 15-19 Event - Subtract 20% 10-14 Event - Subtract 15% 5-9 Event - Subtract 10% $4 per ticket Facility Fee* - Lensic concerts only SUBSCRIPTION TOTAL DONATION (your help is vital!) GRAND TOTAL=

$__________ $__________ $__________ $__________ $__________ $__________ $__________ $__________ $__________ $__________

q Please renew my seating choices from last season, if possible. q Please call me about seating choices.

*PLEASE NOTE that the Lensic has instated a $4 per ticket preservation fee that we are required to charge for any ticket purchased to a performance held at the Lensic Performing Arts Center.

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Please return your subscription form with payment to: Performance Santa Fe 300 Paseo de Peralta, Suite 102 Santa Fe, NM 87501.

Questions? Call 505 984 8759 payment information Name ____________________________________________________________ Address ___________________________________________________________ City __________________________ State _______ Zip_____________________ Email _____________________________________________________________ Phone ____________________________________________________________ q Check

q American Express

q MasterCard

q Visa

q Discover

Number ___________________________________________________________ Exp. Date _____________________ Security Code _______________________ Signature __________________________________________________________ Programs and artists are subject to change.

Office use only - Do not write below this line. Order taken by:

Time __________________ Date _________________ Initials _________________ q Charged

q Printed/Ticketed

q Please Mail

q Date Charged

q Seated

q Place in Will Call

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G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N PARKING Parking varies by venue. Please refer to suggestions in the “Venues” section of our website. We suggest arriving half an hour prior to the start time of the performance.

EXCHANGES + REFUNDS Tickets will not be refunded. Only subscribers may exchange tickets for another performance (subject to availability). Tickets purchased directly from Performance Santa Fe can be returned to Performance Santa Fe as a tax-deductible contribution.

ACCESSIBILITY If you need wheelchair seating or any other special assistance, please specify your needed accommodation when purchasing tickets.

HEALTH AND SAFETY Before you attend one of our performances, please check our website for our most recent updates regarding our current requirements and COVID-19 Safe Practices.

S TAY I N T O U C H Call us at 505 984 8759

Visit our website: PerformanceSantaFe.org Mailing Address: 300 Paseo de Peralta Suite 102 Santa Fe, NM 87501

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Falstaff MUSIC Giuseppe Verdi

CARMEN Georges Bizet

THE BARBER OF SEVILLE Gioachino Rossini

FALSTAFF

LIBRETTO Arrigo Boito

Giuseppe Verdi

TRISTAN UND ISOLDE

8:30 pm July 16, 20, 29 8 pm August 4, 9, 16, 25

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For tickets and more information visit santafeopera.org or call 505-986-5900

Falstaff Illustration by Benedetto Cristofani

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photo: anat cohen by shervin lainez

Subscriptions on sale May 1 - May 27 Single tickets on sale June 6

Welcome to our 86th season

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