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July 6 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Harpsichord Obbligato

Harpsichord chamber music of J.S. Bach and others

Artists include: David Solem, harpsichord; Jeffrey Smith, violin

Food for Thought: Today’s speaker is the enterprising Nina Ladegaard, Founder|Director of the award-winning Squash Blossom Local Food, the 2022 Local Hero for Innovation & Food Justice, Edible New Mexico and the 2018 City of Santa Fe’s Small Business of the Year. Squash Blossom is Santa Fe’s lead distributor of wholesale local produce to restaurants in and around Santa Fe. Squash Blossom is also the purveyor of local produce for individual consumers through Blossom Bag Subscriptions complete with home delivery. Nina describes Squash Blossom “as a social enterprise. We work to protect and preserve traditional, low-impact farming methods, and prioritize above all else, fairness for every entity in the farmer ➟ eater value chain.”


In addition to sourcing from Ground Stone Farm which Nina and her husband Mat own in Nambé, New Mexico, Nina has developed a network of 25 farms from which she and her team obtain fresh produce for her wholesale and retail clients. You may also visit with Mat Ladegaard at his booth at the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market pre-concert.


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.


July 6
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Event Category:


Severall Friends


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