Event Listings

Our upcoming events are listed below:


Beethoven's Ninth
The Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra & Chorus brings its exciting 36th Season to a triumphant close with one of the pivotal works in classical music history. The full Orchestra and over 90 choristers fill The Lensic stage for two performances of Ludwig van Beethoven’s monumental Ninth Symphony, in celebration of this master composer’s 250th Anniversary. Led by Principal Conductor Guillermo Figueroa, and Choral Direction by Carmen Flórez-Mansi, this grand composition will be brought to life with renowned soloists Mary Wilson, soprano; Shirin Eskandani, mezzo-soprano; Rafael Davila, Tenor; and Adrian Smith, bass-baritone. Complimenting this celebratory program will be the famed composer Ernesto Cordero’s rhythmic Mariandá para Orquesta Sinfónica and Maurice Ravel’s colorful and harmonious Mother Goose Suite.

Tickets range from $22 to $80. All ticket sales are final—No refunds. No children under 6 years of age.
Sat 5/16/20 7:00PM Lensic Performing Arts Center Beethoven's Ninth
Sun 5/17/20 4:00PM Lensic Performing Arts Center Beethoven's Ninth


Hope For The Planet
Co-Presented by The Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra & Chorus and WildEarth Guardians In their first collaboration celebrating the richness of our natural world, The Santa Fe Symphony and WildEarth Guardians embark on a hope-filled, exploration of our planet! Don't miss this spectacular performance ... celebrating the Earth, our children, and our collective future through the lens of master composer Claude Debussy and his most brilliant orchestral work "La Mer"  with compelling multimedia visuals. In finale, John Rutter's most magnificent and emotional composition "Mass for the Children" features The Santa Fe Symphony Chorus and The Symphony Children's Ensemble the powerful voices of soprano Carelle Flores and baritone Michael Anthony McGee.

Many thanks to Concert Sponsor Descartes Labs, with additional support by the Defenders of Wildlife.

Tickets range from $22 to $80. All ticket sales are final—No refunds. No children under 6 years of age

Sat 5/30/20 7:00PM Lensic Performing Arts Center Hope for the Planet


Beethoven's Eighth
The Santa Fe Symphony celebrates master composer Ludwig van Beethoven's 250th anniversary with the colorful Overture to his only full-length ballet, The Creatures of Prometheus, followed by his equally colorful and buoyant Eighth Symphony. Praised by Strings magazine for her “youthful, surging playing ...” and one of the world's leading cellists, Wendy Warner will wow you with her performance of the achingly beautiful cello concerto by Antonín Dvorák, who counted Beethoven as one of his main inspirations.

Tickets range from $22 to $80. All ticket sales are final—No refunds. No children under 6 years of age.
Tue 6/30/20 7:00PM Lensic Performing Arts Center Beethoven's Eighth