CHATTER SUNDAY

Upcoming Performances

 CHATTER SUNDAY

Saxophone Quartet!

Peter Lieuwen Skylines Steve Danyew Saxophone Quartet No 2: Chant Jean Rivier Grave et Presto Martin

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 CHATTER SUNDAY

Music of Huang Ruo

Chatter's annual collaboration with the Santa Fe Opera features works by the composer of Dr Sun Ya

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 CHATTER SUNDAY

Santa Fe Desert Chorale

Selections from their program The New World: Music of the Americas The program transports audiences

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 CHATTER SUNDAY

Cranes and Songbirds

Shirish Korde Tenderness of Cranes John Luther Adams Songbirdsongs Johann Sebastian Bach Trio Sonata

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 CHATTER SUNDAY

Beethoven-Adams-Strauss

L V Beethoven Sonata No. 18, Op. 31 "The Hunt" Mvt I John Adams China Gates Richard Strauss Metamor

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  1. Saxophone Quartet!

    July 13 @ 10:30 am
    The Kosmos The Kosmos, 1715 5th Street NW Albuquerque
  2. Music of Huang Ruo

    July 20 @ 10:30 am
    The Kosmos The Kosmos, 1715 5th Street NW Albuquerque
  3. Santa Fe Desert Chorale

    July 27 @ 10:30 am
    The Kosmos The Kosmos, 1715 5th Street NW Albuquerque
  4. Cranes and Songbirds

    August 3 @ 10:30 am
    The Kosmos The Kosmos, 1715 5th Street NW Albuquerque
  5. Beethoven-Adams-Strauss

    August 10 @ 10:30 am
    The Kosmos The Kosmos, 1715 5th Street NW Albuquerque
  6. Jesse and Conor

    August 17 @ 10:30 am
    The Kosmos The Kosmos, 1715 5th Street NW Albuquerque

About Chatter Sunday

Tickets only at the door | Cash/Checks/No CCs
$15 reg | $9 under-30 & students | $5 child

10:30am Sunday mornings 50 weeks a year: welcoming, invigorating, eccentric. Performances take place at The Kosmos at 1715 5th Street NW in Albuquerque. Arrive before 10am and enjoy the complimentary espresso bar and homemade goodies.

Our one-hour program of ensemble music begins promptly at 10:30 am. Chatter weaves together traditional and contemporary classical music in often surprising programs that include a reading by our poet/speaker of the morning and a two-minute celebration of silence. This series began in 2008 as the Church of Beethoven.

Map to The Kosmos

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Note that 5th Street is one-way going north
Free on-site parking

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