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Highlands University

Concert Features Major Work by Local Composer

The NMHU Madrigal Choir will sing Sunday afternoon, April 29, at 3 p.m. in Ilfeld Auditorium with vocal soloists and members of the Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra and other instrumentalists.

Works included are "The Exiles" (music by Jean Berger and words by Sol Funaroff) for Baritone, Mezzo-soprano, mixed chorus, two pianos and percussion, and ""Requiem" (by local composer Linda Rice Beck) for Soprano, Bass, Chorus, and Chamber Orchestra. The group is led by Dr. Andre Garcia-Nuthmann.

Works by Antonio Madera at Ray Drew Gallery

The Ray Drew Gallery at Highlands Donnelly Library is showing selected Art Works by Antonio Madera from January 17 to  February 17.  The gallery is located on the first floor and is open 8:00 - 5:00 Monday-Friday, and 1:00-5:00  on weekends when classes are in-session.

 

 

Live from the Met in HD

Reliable sources say that Donna Martinez, the manager of Ilfeld Auditorium on the Highlands University campus, is working toward bringing next year's "Live from the Met in HD" series to Ilfeld auditorium. This would mean showing a dozen live performances from the Metropolitan Opera in New York on the big screen. The screenings are also available in an encore edition ("taped"). This year's prices nationally were $25 each for live and $22 for the encore version. Live is at 11 a.m. our time. Encore would be in the evening.

A Rutter (EARLY) Christmas

The Highlands University Concert Choir will present a program of Christmas music by British composer John Rutter, Sunday Afternoon (November 14) at 3 p.m. in Ilfeld Auditorium.  Loltsa nice stuff!   

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