Event Listings

Our upcoming events are listed below:


Mozart, Rossini & Beethoven
Guest conductor and Grammy-nominated violinist Andrés Cárdenes serenades Santa Fe into spring with Mozart’s melodic and carefree second violin concerto. From Rossini’s La gazza ladra, The Symphony performs the overture so famously (allegedly) composed while the opera’s producer had Rossini locked in a room to aid his concentration. To conclude the performance, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 4 will fill The Lensic’s hall, a work so elegant and graceful that Berlioz claimed it must be the work of the Archangel Michael rather than any mortal.
Sun 3/18/18 4:00PM Lensic Performing Arts Center The Symphony Presents Mozart, Rossini & Beethoven


Concert Recital: Figueroa

Featuring Guillermo Figueroa, Violin, and Ivonne Figueroa, Piano

SCHUBERT Sonatina No. 1 in D Major for Violin and Piano
PROKOFIEV Sonata No. 1 in F minor for Violin and Piano
RAVEL Sonata for Violin and Piano
GLAZUNOV Grand Adagio in D Majo from “Raymonda”
FALLA Spanish Dance from La Vida Breve<
Thu 4/12/18 7:00PM Lensic Performing Arts Center The Symphony | Concert Recital: Fgueroa


Cordero, Mozart & Schumann
Come see The Symphony feature a special, yet familiar, guest this Sunday, when Principal Conductor Guillermo Figueroa takes the podium with violin in hand. Cordero’s Ínsula Tropical features Figueroa’s talents so well you’d think it was written for him — which, in part, it was! The afternoon begins with a familiar favorite from Mozart, his Symphony No. 36, and concludes (appropriately for the season) with Schumann’s “Spring” Symphony, which the composer said depicts “the world’s turning green.”
Sun 4/15/18 4:00PM Lensic Performing Arts Center Cordero, Mozart & Schumann


Beethoven, Barber, Brahms-SAT
Hailed as “brilliant” by The New York Times and “an artist to be taken seriously” by The Chicago Tribune, Steinway artist Elizabeth Joy Roe helps us bring our season to a spectacular finale with Barber’s Pulitzer Prize-Winning and magnificent Concerto for Piano—a truly fitting finale to what is sure to be the greatest season ever!
Sat 5/19/18 7:00PM Lensic Performing Arts Center The Symphony Presents
Barber & Brahms


Beethoven, Barber & Brahms-SUN
Hailed as “brilliant” by The New York Times and “an artist to be taken seriously” by The Chicago Tribune, Steinway artist Elizabeth Joy Roe helps us bring our season to a spectacular finale with Barber’s Pulitzer Prize-Winning and magnificent Concerto for Piano—a truly fitting finale to what is sure to be the greatest season ever!
Sun 5/20/18 4:00PM Lensic Performing Arts Center The Symphony Presents
Barber & Brahms