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MarketMusic

June 22 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

The Consort Concert

Music of Byrd, Holborne and Dowland for viols and voice

Artists include: Kathleen Ritch, Soprano; Lisa Grodin and Stephen Redfield, violins; Jeffrey Smith, viola; Mary Springfels and Sarah Biber, viols

Food for Thought: Santa Fe Farmers’ Market CEO Debbie Burns joins us as this week’s speaker. Debbie leads the year-round Saturday Railyard Santa Fe Farmers’ Market with over 100 vendors, as well as the seasonal Tuesday Market and the Market del Sur. Under her leadership, The Santa Fe Farmers’ Market ranks consistently in the top 10 farmers markets nationwide and is a must for tourists visiting Santa Fe as well as locals.  Although she grew up in the Midwest learning about agriculture during summers working on her uncles’ farms, she came to Santa Fe by way of Northern Italy where she worked with children, teaching them about nutrition and the importance of eating sustainable, locally sourced food.

Admission: Enjoy free admission to all concerts, though donations are warmly appreciated.

About the Performances: Our one-hour concerts feature a stunningly fresh repertoire and include a short break at the midpoint for a Food-Talk, featuring Santa Fe’s leading food experts—chefs, authors, and producers.

Venue: These world-class performances are held at the Gallery of the New Mexico School for the Arts, located at 500 Montezuma. Complimentary parking is available across the street.

Details

Date:
June 22
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.severallfriends.org/marketmusic/

Organizer

Severall Friends
Phone
505-930-9393
Email
treasurer@SeverallFriends.org

Venue

New Mexico School for the Arts
500 Montezuma Ave
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 United States
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