Sun. Mar. 24th, 7pm @ Salon - a wildly diverse and exciting program that includes performances inspired by Middle-Eastern, Chinese, Hungarian, Latin, American folk, classical, contemporary music and more. Local performers are joined by guests from Santa Fe, Taos and NYC. Fifteen dollar donation helps cover Salon costs. Doors open at 7pm and you're advised to arrive early for a seat. Stay to meet the performers at a fun after-Salon party! Contact for invatation.

Qin Qian, erhu with Gloria Galante, harp and Jim Dragoni, guitar will perform Qin Melodies Capriccio by Zhao Zhen Xiao and Lu Ri Rong and Galloping Horses by Chen Yaoxing

Suzanne Teng, alto flute and Chinese bamboo flute with Gilbert Levy, percussion and Terry Eder, piano perform Suzanne’s original pieces “Sierra” and China Lily”

Benjamin and Carol Auger Contemporary Music Trio, coached by Linda Reichert, will perform Café Music by Paul Schoenfield (I): David Clarke (violin), Sean Liu (cello), Andy Wu (piano)

Terry Eder will perform piano pieces by Hungarian composer Zoltan Kodaly

Bill Koutsouros performs a fusion of Chinese Bawu Flute and Greek Bouzouki/Outi inspired music with his son Jace and members of ANIMUS.

Patricia King Haddad and Orlando Haddad with several guest singers will perform excerpts from Patricia’s La Giara (The Water Jug), A Musical Memoir      


Pianist Carl Patrick Bolleia will perform movements II, III from Andrew Rudin’s Piano Sonata

Jay Fluellen, composer/pianist and Valerie Gay, vocalist will perform a suite that Jay arranged from Hannibal Lokumbe’s Can You Hear God Crying

Singer/songwriters Carol Morgan-Eagle and Daniel Pretends Eagle perform original music inspired by living in New Mexico

Greg Boyer, singer/songwriter will perform his original songs “Angel” and “No More Worry, No More Blue”

Tony Boris composer/lyricist will perform acoustic songs from his latest project, Peace, baby 

Jessica Graae will perform original acoustic folk songs