Appreciate the brilliance and beauty of The New Mexico Philharmonic Orchestra’s “After Classics Concert” this Sunday afternoon at the Simms Auditorium. Experience Baroque-era brilliance and beauty as the Philharmonic play some of Handel and Haydn’s greatest works to warm up your winter.
New Mexico Philharmonic Executive Assistant Christine Rancier and principal second violinist Tony Templeton visited the New Mexico Living set to discuss the upcoming performance. The concert will conclude with Haydn’s dynamic and graceful Symphony No. 45 in f-sharp minor, “Farewell”.
The ‘Afternoon Classics Concert’ takes place Sunday, January 13 at 3 p.m. An all Mozart concert is set to take place on January 19.