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July 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Il Barocco Italiano:

Music of Corelli, Vivaldi and their contemporaries

Artists include: Lorenzo Colitto and Lisa Ferguson, violins; Sally Guenther, cello; Kathleen McIntosh, harpsichord

Food for Thought: Pam Roy is a leader in food policy in New Mexico, and she had lent her talents to a number of important organizations in the food arena. We are honored to have her speak today. The 2016 Community All Star, traces her Farmers’ Market Institute roots back to 1989 when the organization was a fledgling start-up.


She is the Executive Director and Policy Director of Farm to Table which has Food Policy and Advocacy as a core part of its mission. In this role she coordinates the New Mexico Food & Agriculture Policy Council, Santa Fe City and County Food Policy Council, serves as the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union Government Relations for New Mexico, is a partner of the NM Grown Coalition and the Office of the Governor’s Food Initiative. In a nutshell, if there is an important conversation about our State’s agricultural policy, you’ll find this native New Mexican in a seat at the table.


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 20
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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