Masterworks & Masterpieces takes you to two of Santa Fe, New Mexico's historical sites with a program featuring a collection of classical, modern, and folk music performed by Santa Fe Symphony musicians in unique settings at the Museum of International Folk Art and the New Mexico Museum of Art. Beautifully filmed by Hutton Broadcasting, these brilliant works by Beethoven, Bartók, Steinmetz, local composers Daniel Davis and Frederick Frahm, and more make for one of the most magnificent episodes this season!
Subscribers receive access to ALL digital content as it is released! You may also purchase each episode of our 2021 Spring Virtual Concert Series individually on demand—now through June.
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Many thanks to 2021 Spring Virtual Concert Series Underwriters
Neuberger Berman | Faith and David Pedowitz
Special Thanks to Full Concert Sponsor:
DR. PENELOPE PENLAND
Retablos for bassoon, violin, viola and cello
Melinda Mack, Cello; Stefanie Przybylska, Bassoon; Barbara Morris, Violin; Christine Rancier, Viola
Selections from Duos for Two Violins
Gabriela da Silva Fogo and Carla Kountoupes
Melinda Mack, Cello; Kim Fredenburgh, Viola
Standing for percussion, violin and clarinet
David Tolen, Percussion; Jennie Baccante, Violin; Lori Lovato, Clarinet
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
From String Quintet in C Major, op. 29
David Felberg, Violin; Nicolle Maniaci, Violin; Kim Fredenburgh, Viola; Dana Winograd, Cello; Guillermo Figueroa, Violin
Songs and Dances for Oboe and Bassoon
Stefanie Przybylska, Bassoon; Rebecca Ray, Oboe
Early Sunday Morning for Oboe and Viola
Rebecca Ray, Oboe; Cherokee Randolph, Viola
DIGITAL PROGRAM BOOK
For your viewing pleasure, we are excited to present a full color Digital Program Book for our 2021 Spring Virtual Concert Series. Please note that this program book was built for viewing on mobile devices and allows you to follow along with the program on your phone and learn more about the compositions, our featured musicians, and more during the performance!
On your MOBILE DEVICE, TEXT the keyword PROGRAM (all capital letters) to (505) 421-4215.