This April, It’s all About the Arts


Opera, chamber music, fabulous films, and a powerful art exhibit are all part of Taos’ cultural offerings this month.

First up on April 14th is Verdi’s “Luisa Miller” at the Taos Center for the Art’s presentation of The Met: Live in HD. A seldom-performed opera, Verdi’s tragic tale of paternal love is a rare treat. For tickets, click here. On April 15th, the Taos Chamber Music Group presents “Play It Forward.” An amazing display of youthful genius is the star of this concert, featuring seventeen-year-old violinist Phoenix Avalon in works by Brahms, Astor Piazzolla, and Alexey Kurbatov. For tickets and more information, click here.

Next, don’t miss the showing of “Oh Lucy! Movies on the TCA Big Screen” on April 18; offering us a film that depicts an array of human emotions and a candid look into the bonds we make. For tickets, click here. Lastly, be sure to check out “The Harwood Collection: Work by Women,” a fascinating exhibit of women’s art, showing through May 13 at the Harwood. Culled from the museum’s collections, these works represent seldom-seen works by women via paint, glass, stone, and on film. For more information, click here.