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True Story: Luck at Pasion Latin Fusion Restaurant

March 6, 2016 from 5pm to 7pm
Good, bad, rotten, pure—luck takes many forms. On March 6, 2016 six of your friends and neighbors will share personal stories on the theme of luck. The short, true story format, inspired by The Moth (themoth.org), has local storytellers sharing their experiences in under-ten-minute tales. Ranging from funny to heartwarming, the audience will hear a bit of the lives of others and see and feel our common humanity. True Story is held at Pasion Latin…See More
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Chatter Cabaret: Rare and Romantic at El Salón Ortega at National Hispanic Cultural Center

March 13, 2016 from 5pm to 6:30pm
Zdenek Fibich Quintet for Clarinet, Horn, Violin, Cello, and PianoWith this rarely heard gem, the relatively unknown Fibich puts some serious heat on Dvorak for the title of best Czech composer.Bohuslav Martinu Quartet for Clarinet, Horn, Cello, and Snare DrumThis brief work for a most unusual quartet of instruments will have you smiling and leave you wanting more.Gunther Schuller Romantic Sonata for Clarinet, Horn, and PianoKnown for his attempts to synthesize Jazz and Classical styles,…See More
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Chatter Cabaret: Rare and Romantic at El Salón Ortega at National Hispanic Cultural Center

March 13, 2016 from 5pm to 6:30pm
Zdenek Fibich Quintet for Clarinet, Horn, Violin, Cello, and PianoWith this rarely heard gem, the relatively unknown Fibich puts some serious heat on Dvorak for the title of best Czech composer.Bohuslav Martinu Quartet for Clarinet, Horn, Cello, and Snare DrumThis brief work for a most unusual quartet of instruments will have you smiling and leave you wanting more.Gunther Schuller Romantic Sonata for Clarinet, Horn, and PianoKnown for his attempts to synthesize Jazz and Classical styles,…See More
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AYS Chamber Symphony and Organ: First Presbyterian Organ Jubilee Concert at First Presbyterian Church

February 28, 2016 from 3pm to 4pm
The Albuquerque Youth Symphony Program Chamber Symphony and organ soloists Arlene Ward, Rick Wild, and James Yeager will perform organ concertos and sonatas of Handel, Mozart, and Hoyer. Sayra Siverson, AYS Artistic Director, conducts. The performance will utilize the church’s organ, which has four keyboards, a pedal keyboard, and 64 stops controlling 3,153 pipes ranging in size from half an inch to 16 feet in length. The AYS Octet and AYS Brass Choir will also perform musical selections.Free…See More
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Chatter Sunday at Las Puertas Event Center

February 7, 2016 from 10:30am to 11:30am
New York City-based new music chamber group loadbang is building a new kind of music for mixed ensemble. Since their founding in 2008, they have been praised as ‘cultivated’ by The New Yorker, ‘an extra-cool new music group’ and ‘exhilarating’ by the Baltimore Sun, ‘inventive’ by the New York Times and called a ‘formidable new-music force’ by TimeOutNY. Their unique lung-powered instrumentation (trumpet, trombone, bass clarinet and baritone voice) has provoked diverse responses from composers,…See More
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Christmas Choral Concert by UNM Choral Ensembles, Free Organ Jubilee Concert at First Presbyterian Church

December 1, 2015 from 7:30pm to 8:45pm
UNM Holiday Choral Concert part of Free Organ Jubilee Concert SeriesSeveral UNM Choral Ensembles are joining forces to present a holiday concert at First Presbyterian Church. The UNM Concert Choir, University Chorus, and Chamber Singers will celebrate the holiday season and take part in the 60th anniversary of one of New Mexico’s largest and most historic organs.Juan Hernandez and Kristin Ditlow, Choral Conductors  James Yeager, Organist   The program will feature seasonal works including…See More
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Chatter Sunday at Las Puertas Event Center

November 29, 2015 from 10:30am to 11:30am
Giving Thanks...Through MusicCarl Nielsen Serenade En VanoIgor Stravinsky Three Pieces for Solo ClarinetFrancis Poulenc Sonata for Clarinet and BassoonIgor Stravinsky Elegy for Solo ViolinRichard Strauss arr Franz Hasenohrl Till Eulenspiegel einmal anders!Renato Rosaldo poetChatter Sunday offers weekly Sunday morning concerts at 10:30 a.m., which also include readings and refreshments. A program calendar can be found at chatterabq.org. Chatter Sunday performances are held at the Las Puertas…See More
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Chatter Sunday at Las Puertas Event Center

October 25, 2015 from 10:30am to 11:30am
Gardening at Gropius HouseIn 2012 The Juilliard School commissioned Rolnick to write a work for the school’s innovative series of Electro-acoustic and Multimedia Art concerts titled ”Beyond the Machine.”  Rolnick answered this call with the fantastically mercurial “Gardening at Gropius House,” scored for solo violin, electronics, and a sort of wind band as backup.   The title refers to the composer’s employment as a part-time gardener at the home of the famed modernist architect and founder of…See More
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Church of Beethoven does Brandenburg backwards

Posted on December 4, 2009 at 2:56pm 0 Comments



Last Sunday the Church of Beethoven had a packed house for the first in a series of performances of the six Brandenburg concertos. OK, so they didn’t actually play the notes in reverse order, but although it was the first in the series, they performed Concerto No. 6.



The next Brandenburg in the Church of Beethoven series will be No. 5 performed December 27, with the rest… Continue

Have you seen this surfboard? Church of Beethoven sign has gone missing.

Posted on August 15, 2009 at 12:09pm 3 Comments



The Church of Beethoven’s surfboard has disappeared. If you’ve attended one of the Sunday morning concerts, either at the Filling Station on 4th or at the C of B’s new home at the Factory on 5th, you’ve seen it—the yellow surfboard with Beethoven painted on it.



But now it’s been stolen. Felix Wurman, Church of… Continue

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