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Our 42nd Season

We all understand the sensation of walking during a night’s snowfall - the crunch of your boots in the snowdrifts. Nature seems to be holding its breath and you can hear the crisp snowflakes settling to the ground. Overhead, the milky white of clouds reveal patches of dark winter sky and the crystal glitter of stars.

Joined by violinist Carla Kountoupes, along with Ensemble pianist Bill Epstein, our winter concerts feature a wide variety of familiar carols from Austria, Germany, France, and Wales (like Still, Still, Still, In Dulci Jubilo; Bring A Torch, Jeanette, Isabella; and Deck the Hall). You will also discover your new winter favorites like Christmas Snowflakes, Winter Awakening, Miles to Go Before I Sleep, and a toe-tapping Hodie Christus Natus Est.

The highlight of the concerts is the world premiere of A Christmas Telling of St. Bride of the Isles, this year’s lovely commission by award-winning music director, piano teacher, accompanist and composer Sarah Jaysmith. The text is by Raymond Raney who was asked to write a poem based on the 1913 painting St. Bride by John Duncan.

Come explore the stillness of December with us.

Santa Fe Women's Ensemble COVID-19 Protocol  

Vaccinations are expected. 

Masks, properly worn, are required of all persons at every event.

Social Distancing is appreciated.

(As the CDC, the NM Department of Health, and the City of Santa Fe issue new guidelines, this protocol may be updated.)

 



 

Winter Concerts

 
IN THE STILL OF DECEMBER

First Presbyterian Church at 3 p.m.: 
 Saturday, December 10, Sunday, December 11, Saturday, December 17, and Sunday, December 18, 2022


 PURCHASE TICKETS MID-OCTOBER
 

Spring Concerts

 
THE WONDER OF WOMEN: FROM THEIR SHOULDERS WE DO SOAR

First Presbyterian Church at 3 p.m.:
Saturday, May 6, and
 Sunday, May 7, 2023


PURCHASE TICKETS APRIL