Entries by Linda Marianiello

NMPAS 2018 Annual New Mexico Bach Society Concerts

The upcoming New Mexico Bach Society concerts take place this spring in Los Alamos, Santa Fe and Albuquerque. Please visit the NMPAS website (www.nmpas.org) for dates, times and tickets. Or call Hold My Ticket at 877-466-3404. NMPAS has become particularly well known for its New Mexico Bach Society programs, which have sold out for the […]

Stepping Out of the Familiar

“The Creative Fire” took place last evening in Santa Fe’s Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel. We premiered two new works by living composers, Aaron Alter (Carlsbad, CA) and Daniel Steven Crafts (Albuquerque, NM). Both pieces were very well received by those who took a chance and tried something new. The NM Bach Society Ensemble performs […]

Why “The Creative Fire”?

Before we provide details of an upcoming program I know you will love, I would like to thank the NMPAS musicians and Richard G. Kurman for donating their time and energy to “The Creative Fire,” a concert benefitting NMPAS 2016-2017 season events. Your ticket purchase goes to artist fees and other program-related expenses – thank […]

Photo Gallery Part I: Spring and Summer 2016

MOZARTFEST April 3, 2016 Ilfeld Auditorium, New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, NM Orchestra warming up on stage before “Overture to the Magic Flute” Open Dress Rehearsal, March 30, 2016 Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel, Santa Fe Piano soloist Linda King rehearses Mozart’s “Elvira Madigan” concerto with Franz Vote and the NM Bach Society Orchestra […]

Reflections on the Camino

This morning I woke up to a note from a dear friend in Paris. She just read the Camino de Santiago series on the NMPAS blog for the first time. Beatrice is a cellist whose father is French. Her mother is Spanish, so she knows Spain really well. Thus, it was wonderful to receive her […]

Camino de Santiago Part IX

Rick Steves recommended that we spend at least a few days in Santiago de Compostela, and I am so glad that we followed his advice. It is a beautiful city with good museums that tell the history of the Camino. There were other churches and cathedrals on the spot where the present-day Cathedral stands. On […]