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This project is made possible in part by New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Durango Women's Choir

The Durango Women’s Choir has been a part of the regional arts community for more than 20 years. The 17 talented singers, under the direction of Dr. Linda Mack Berven, have performed a wide variety of repertoire in numerous venues. Their many performance engagements include the Durango Bach Festival and the Choral Society Cabaret, as well as regular seasons of sacred and secular music. The choir has recently performed works by Duruflé, Fauré, Mozart, Brahms, Palestrina and Handel, and is especially known for the annual presentation of He and She, a musical battle of the sexes with the Men’s Choir from Fort Lewis College. Today’s performance marks their third joint project with the Santa Fe Women’s Ensemble, and they are proud to work together with their musical friends and partners.

Durango Womens Choir

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Gothic-revival Loretto Chapel, home to the miraculous staircase, is an intimate venue with sparkling acoustics. There are 133 seats in the beautiful Loretto Chapel, with limited accessible seating. The chapel is located in downtown Santa Fe at 207 Old Santa Fe Trail. 


The sanctuary of First Presbyterian Church was designed by architect John Gaw Meem in 1939, and its organ is a Santa Fe treasure. There are 220 seats in the sanctuary, with ample accessible seating available. The historic First Presbyterian Church is located is located at 208 Grant Avenue in downtown Santa Fe.  


A bright and airy space, Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel is a more contemporary gem of Santa Fe. There are 140 seats in the Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel, with ample accessible seating available.