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Lensic Performing Arts Center

211 W San Francisco St.
Santa Fe, NM, 87501
988-1234 | Website
Neighborhood: Downtown

 

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Saturday, Dec 20, 2014

The Nutcracker

The Aspen Santa Fe Ballet presents this seasonal classic with fresh elements including flamenco, aerial performance and circus artists.
2 pm; 7:30 pm | $25-$72

Lensic Performing Arts Center

211 W San Francisco St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Sunday, Dec 21, 2014

The Nutcracker

The Aspen Santa Fe Ballet presents this seasonal classic with fresh elements including flamenco, aerial performance and circus artists.
1 pm; 5 pm | $36-$72

Lensic Performing Arts Center

211 W San Francisco St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Wednesday, Dec 24, 2014

Christmas Eve Family Concert

Bring the whole family for a cheery afternoon featuring the works of Tchaikovsky and Gershwin.
2 pm | $10-$25

Lensic Performing Arts Center

211 W San Francisco St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Performance Santa Fe's Christmas Eve Concert

Capture the magic of the season with two of the most cherished orchestral works of all time: Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 5, performed by the Performance Santa Fe Orchestra and conducted by Joseph Illick, and Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue performed by 13-year-old virtuoso pianist and composer Emily Bear.

5 pm | $27-$100

Lensic Performing Arts Center

211 W San Francisco St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Performance Santa Fe's Family Preview Concert

The Performance Santa Fe Orchestra under the direction of Joseph Illick will perform Tchaikovsky's Symphony No 5.  Emily Bear, 13-year old virtuoso pianist will perform Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue.  This is a family friendly event.

2 pm | $10-$25

Lensic Performing Arts Center

211 W San Francisco St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map
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