Visual and musical arts are interwoven in this program to add some vibrancy and color to the serene, snowy landscape of winter in Taos. Debra Ayers (piano), Sally Guenther (cello),
Visual and musical arts are interwoven in this program to add some vibrancy and color to the serene, snowy landscape of winter in Taos. Debra Ayers (piano), Sally Guenther (cello), Laura Chang (viola) and Elizabeth Baker (violin) bring us winter daydreams and Romantic musings in pieces by Johannes Brahms, Ernő Dohnányi and Caroline Shaw.
“While considering my love of Brahms’ piano quartets and my memory of playing them—and more generally how our memories of beloved music evolve over time—I began thinking about the history of still-life paintings.” – Caroline Shaw, Pulitzer prize-winning composer of Thousandth Orange.
Doors at 5:10pm.
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There is something different about making music in New Mexico – its endless vistas and open landscapes infuse creativity with a sense of spaciousness and possibility. For the past thirty years the Taos Chamber Music Group has tapped into the Land of Enchantment by presenting the imaginative and inspirational performances for which it has become known. Programs often reflect the beauty of our surroundings as well as the unique cultural diversity of the Taos area, earning TCMG a reputation as one of Northern New Mexico’s most innovative and successful music series.
(Saturday) 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Harwood Museum of Art
238 Ledoux Street
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