Carrizozo Music is pleased to announce that violinist Linda Rosenthal, accompanied by pianist Maxim Pakhomov, will perform in Carrizozo on Friday, November 16, at 6 PM at Trinity United Methodist Church. The free performance, featuring music by Beethoven, Bartok, Sarasate, Massenet and Bock, is presented by the Piatigorsky Foundation of NYC.
The duo will present a special school concert on Monday, November 12 at noon in the Carrizozo School Old Gym. All concerts are free and open to the public.
Violinist LINDA ROSENTHAL performs throughout North America, Europe and Asia in recitals, as a soloist with orchestra and as a chamber musician. Linda is the Founder and Artistic Director of the annual Lake Placid Chamber Music Seminar in Lake Placid, New York and Founder of Juneau Jazz & Classics Music Festival, where she served as Artistic Director for thirty years. In addition to a busy schedule performing solo and chamber music, Ms. Rosenthal also tours Strings & Stories, a show for young audiences that she created and premiered at the Kennedy Center in 1995. Over the past decade, Ms. Rosenthal has commissioned and premiered more than a dozen works, including pieces for solo violin, electric violin and violin & narrator. Her four solo CDs include Three American Sonatas, featuring the works Copland, Piston and Porter; Favorite Violin Encores; Fiddle de Bop, a collection of Americana music for violin and piano; and Glacier Blue, A Concerto for Violin and Jazz Big Band. Linda Rosenthal plays on a violin made in Turin, Italy in 1772 by J. B. Guadagnini.
MAXIM PAKHOMOV, pianist, has toured England, Scotland, Austria and Estonia in both solo and chamber music performances. He is a founding member of The Bronx Chamber Players and is principal pianist of the Bronx Opera Company. His solo performances include piano concertos by Tchaikovsky, Saint-Saens, Brahms, Beethoven, Rachmaninoff and Grieg with the Orchestra of the Bronx, the Orchestra of The Barge Music Festival, and the Staten Island Philharmonic. Mr. Pakhomov is a graduate of The Moscow Conservatory.
To reach Trinity United Methodist Church from route 54, turn West at 12th Street, between the 54 Emporium and Roy's Ice Cream Parlor. Go right on D Ave and go 2 blocks to the church. The Old Gym is located across the street from the church.
For information about Carrizozo Music, Inc., the 2018 season schedule and concert updates please check www.carrizozomusic.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Elaine at 575-648-2757. Carrizozo Music, a 501c3, sponsors a series of classical concerts, summer Portico Concerts and an extensive school outreach program of concerts and workshops, with a commitment to providing free quality music to the students and residents of Lincoln County and the surrounding area.
Carrizozo Music, Inc. invites you to attend our 1st Annual Inter-Tribal Pow-Wow to be held on Saturday, October 6th, 9 AM -10 PM, and Sunday, October 7th, 9 AM-4 PM on the Carrizozo High School Football Field. The free event will feature Native American Dancers and Drummers from all over the Southwest and vendors with both Native and local art, crafts, food and drinks.
A Pow-wow is a social gathering held by many different Native American communities. A modern pow-wow is a specific type of event for Native American people to meet and dance, sing, socialize, and honor their cultures. Our head staff includes Head Man Harley Tallchief, Head Woman Autumn Pilcher from Mescalero, Northern Drum Host NDN Horse, Southern Drum the Comanche Boyz, Emcee Steve Zavala and Arena Director Juan Pina.
The Pow-wow begins with the Grand Entry. During the Grand Entry, everyone is asked to stand as the flags are brought into the arena by the veterans. Following the veterans are other important guests of the powwow including Tribal Chiefs, Princesses, Elders, and Pow Wow organizers. Next in line are the men dancers, followed by the women dancers. Once everyone is in the arena, the song ends and a song is sung to honor the flags and the veterans. After a prayer, the dancing resumes, usually with a few round dances. After the round dances, intertribal dancing songs are sung and everyone dances to the beat of the drum. At contest Pow-wows, the dancers compete in dance and age categories for prizes.
Pow-wow singers are very important part of the Native American culture. The songs are of many varieties, from religious to war to social. Some songs today are sung in “vocables” with no words.
Dances have always been a very important part of the life of the American Indian. Most dances seen at Pow-wows today are social dances which might have had different meanings in earlier days. Although dance styles and content have changed, their meaning and importance has not. The outfits worn by the dancers, like the styles of clothing today evolve over time, it is not a stagnant culture, but a vibrant and changing way of life. The dance styles seen most frequently at modern Pow Wows include Chicken, Grass, Fancy, Straight and Northern Traditional for the men. The women dance Buckskin, Cloth, Jingle and Fancy Shawl. Depending on the region, you may see other dance styles such as Smoke, Bird or Gourd Dancing.
For vendor and general information for the Pow-wow, please call Fran at 575-973-0571 or Larry at 432-556-1594. Thanks to a NM Arts Grant and the NEA for making this event possible.
November brings violinist Linda Rosenthal accompanied by Maxim Pakhomov on piano in a Piatigorsky Foundation Concert. Check our website for date and time.
For information about Carrizozo Music, the 2018-19 season schedule and concert updates please check www.carrizozomusic.org, email email@example.com or call Elaine at 575-648-2757. Carrizozo Music sponsors a series of classical, summer Portico Concerts and school outreach performances with a commitment to providing free quality music to the residents of Lincoln County and the surrounding area.
Carrizozo Music, Inc. celebrates the 4th of July by sponsoring a free concert from their Portico Concert Series. From 4:30-6:30, Paul Pino and the Tone Daddies will perform original New Mexican music on the porch of the Carrizozo Woman’s Club. The Tone Daddies feature the vocals, original music and guitar of Paul Pino. The group includes Greg Martinez on six string bass and vocals, John Arater on drums, Mike Ledan, lead guitar and vocals, and Mike Campos on bass and vocals. Several of their songs have been rated #1 on Reverb Nation, and in the top ten of KANW 89. The Tone Daddies will play a variety of two steps, rancheras, reggea, rock, waltzes, R&B, blues and cumbias.
Bring a lawn chair, grab a grilled burger or hotdog dinner with all the fixings from the Carrizozo Woman’s Club annual fundraising barbeque, and join us for an evening of ndcelebration. Dinner available from 4-7 PM, take out available. Advance tickets are $5, and $8 at the door. Purchase tickets at the Highway 54 Emporium at 1114 Hwy 54, Carrizozo or contact Anne Exterkamp, 575-686-0794.
Starting at 6:30, Carrizozo Music, Inc. sponsors La Ultima at the Valle del Sol Gazebo, prior to the annual Carrizozo Fireworks!
Our next Portico Concert is scheduled for Sunday, September 9 at 5 PM and features the Dixieland Sound of Jim Shearer and the 2nd Line Survivors. The Carrizozo Woman’s Club will be selling Navajo Tacos, so check www.carrizozomusic.org for ticket information as we get closer.
October 6 & 7 brings the First Annual Inter-Tribal Carrizozo Powwow to take place at the Carrizozo Football Field. For booth information, call Fran Altieri at 575-973-0571.
For information about Carrizozo Music, the 2018 season schedule and concert updates please check www.carrizozomusic.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Elaine at 575-648-2757. Carrizozo Music sponsors a series of classical, summer Portico Concerts and school outreach performances with a commitment to providing free quality music to the residents of Lincoln County and the surrounding area.
To reach the Woman’s Club from Rt 54, turn West at 12th Street, between the 54 Emporium and Roy's Ice Cream Parlor. Turn right onto D Ave and drive one block north to the historic WPA building at 11th Street and D Avenue.
2018 Fall Season