Carla Morrison

7:30 pm

Raw, emotional retellings of personal heartbreaks are the bedrock of acclaimed singer-songwriter Carla Morrison’s material, and this honest approach have earned her multiple Grammy nominations and Latin Grammy wins over the course of five albums. Snowballing from her 2010 debut Mientras Tu Dormías to 2012’s Déjenme Llorar and the 2016 release of Amor Supremo, her success grew rapidly. Her words speak to the larger pursuits in life—family, career, child-rearing, friendship, lifelong relationships—and there are lessons in her delicate voice if you listen for the deeper meanings

$27, $37, $47

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Wynonna Judd

In light of recent events, it is with great sadness that we announce the cancellation of the Wynonna Judd show scheduled for Friday, May 20th.

From Wynonna: “Thank you for allowing me the time to process and to heal, and we hope to return to Albuquerque in the future. I appreciate your understanding during this difficult time.”

If you purchased tickets you will be issued a full refund at point of sale. Please call the NHCC Box Office at 505-724-4771 if you have questions regarding your tickets.

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Bob & Rhea Better Call Saul Improv Comedy Show

8:00 pm

Join Bob Odenkirk, Rhea Seehorn, and special guests for a night of comedy in Albuquerque!

A night of entertainment like no other is headed your way, as your favorite TV lawyers, Bob Odenkirk andRhea Seehorn, join forces with special friends from Better Call Saul and improvisers from The Box Performance Space. This performance will raise funds for Cardboard Playhouse Theatre Company and New Day Youth & Family Services.

$20, $30, $50

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Colin Hay

7:30 pm

AMP Concerts presents Colin Hay. Hay first came to prominence as the lead vocalist of Men at Work, which was formed in 1979 and went on to become a multi-platinum-selling musical act, winning a Grammy for best new artist in 1982. The original band was short-lived, however, and after 1985 Hay became primarily a solo artist. He has written and released some 13 solo albums, the latest being I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself, an album of cover material. With a new album of original material due for release in early 2022, Hay is also a touring member of Ringo Starr’s All Starr Band, scheduled to resume touring in 2022.

$41, $51, $61

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From Bamako to Birmingham: Amadou & Mariam and Blind Boys of Alabama

7:30 pm

AMP Concerts presents “From Bamako to Birmingham”—a culturally satisfying fusion with Afro-pop duo Amadou & Mariam and soulful gospel group Blind Boys of Alabama coming together to combine contemporary African contemporary African sounds and African-American roots music.

$36, $46 & $56

Approximate time of event: 2 hours including intermission

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Magnify Dance Ensemble: How Love Wins

2 pm

Magnify Dance Ensemble presents How Love Wins, a sequel to the company’s award-winning holiday production ofChristmas Joy.  Inspired by the Gospel and expressed through dance, the story of How Love Wins is filled with meaningful and engaging choreography.  Progressing from the birth of Jesus through His life, death and resurrection, this newest addition to Magnify Dance Ensemble’s repertoire carries on the professionalism and extraordinary level of performance our audiences have come to expect.  How Love Wins came alive as a new opportunity for Magnify to share the redeeming love of our Savior with our audiences.

$25, $33 w/ $2 discount for students, seniors, and NHCC members. Group rates available.

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NM Gay Men’s Chorus: You Are Enough

7:30 pm Saturday, 3 pm Sunday

New Mexico Gay Men’s Chorus presents “You Are Enough.” Mental health includes our emotional, physiological, and social wellbeing. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices.  Too often, this subject seems off limits. In a first for NMGMC, we’re dedicating a concert to a topic so often ignored. We’ll be exploring music that looks to help shake that stigma and allow us to face some of our concerns and fears. We’re not promising answers, but we promise you’re not alone.

NM Gay Men’s Chorus Website Here

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Opera Southwest: Debussy’s Pelléas et Mélisande

March 20, 25 & 27, 2022
Sundays at 2 pm, Friday at 7:30 pm

Debussy’s Pelléas et Mélisande is a fully staged opera with orchestra, sung in French with English translation supertitles.  Presented in two acts with one intermission.

Created in 1902, Debussy’s masterpiece never ceases to fascinate with its uniqueness, its symbolist universe, and its unparalleled musical and poetic approach to the French language.

$21, $41, $62, $83, $103 with discounts for Groups of 8 or more, any one 30 years old and younger and Opera for All with a WIC or EBT card.

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Opera Southwest: Frida

February 18 19, & 20, 2022

Friday at 7:30 pm, Saturday and Sunday at 2 pm

Sunday, February 20th are SOLD OUT!

Presented by Opera Southwest and the National Hispanic Cultural Center, Frida is a lively celebration of one of the most iconic artists of the 20th century. Based on the life and work of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, it is a fully staged opera with orchestra, sung in Spanish with both Spanish and English translation supertitles, and presented in two acts with one intermission. The music of composer Robert Xavier Rodriguez bridges the gap between opera and music theatre, drawing inspiration from Gershwin, Sondheim, and Kurt Weill; the libretto is by Hilary Blecher and Migdalia Cruz.

$21, $41, $62, $83, $103 with discounts for groups of 8 or more, anyone 30 years old or younger, and Opera for All with a WIC or EBT card.

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