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New Mexican (Newspaper) - October 2, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico THIS WEEK Concerts Hispanic heritage month con cert A fundraiser for education programs provided by Martineztown House of Neighborly Services and Menaul School Featuring Antonia Apodaca renowned tra ditional New Mexican accor dionist Ballet Folklorico del Norte traditional Mexican folk dance and Los Trinos Duo harp and guitar 3 today Second Presbyterian Church of Albuquerque cor ner of Edith and Lomas call 505 2980702 for infor mation ALBUQUERQUE CONCERT BAND Preview of the Concert Series 3 today Eldorado High School Performing 11300 Montgomery Albuquerque org or 0295 for informa tion no charge GREEN DAY WITH JIMMY EAT WORLD The poppunk groups in concert 7 Oct 4 Journal Pavilion Albuquerque 505 8837800 ROBERT PLANT THE STRANGE SENSATION The former Led Zeppelin front man and his band in concert 7 Oct 4 Sandia Amphitheater Sandia Resort Casino Interstate 25 and Tramway 8005269366 LUIS MIGUEL The Latin popstar in concert 8 Oct 6 Sandia Casino Amphitheater Albuquerque 30 Rainbow Road tickets at 505 7967778 BROOKS AND DUNN One of country musics favorite duos 7 Oct 6 Journal Pavilion Albuquerque tickets start at kids under 12 free 505 883 7800 Bryant Fant Auditorium Capital High School 4851 Paseo del Sol minimum donation all proceeds donated to the Red Cross 467 1000 CHICAGO The Broadway hit and Natalie New Mexican Oscar Rodriguez left playing Daniel attacks Rudy Fernandez right playing Iggy during the third week of rehearsal for Rudolfo Anayas iAy Compadre at the Santa Fe Performing Arts Center The show runs through Oct 716 SANTA FE PRO MUSICA SEASON OPENING The 24th season opens with performances by the Santa Fe Pro Musica Chamber Orchestra music of Beethoven and Chopin 6 Oct 8 3 Oct 9 Lensic Performing Arts Center 211W San Francisco 9881234 Plays FOLLIES SHOWCASE Presented by Capital High Schools Thespian Troupe to benefit Hurricane Katrina Relief Efforts Oct 6 winner of six Tony awards Oct 79 Popejoy Theatre University of New Mexico Campus call 800 9053315 for tickets iAY COMPADRE A play by Rudolfo Anaya Fridays and Saturdays 8 Sundays 2 Oct 716 Santa Fe Performing Arts 1050 Old Pecos Trail tickets at 9841370 FINDING NEMO ON ICE Disney On Ice presents Finding Nemo 7 Oct 58 11 and 3 Oct and 5 Oct 9 at Tingley Coliseum in Albuquerque 300 San Pedro 505 8837800 JPHIGENIA AT AULIS The Trojan story of the daughter of a king lured into marriage with Achilles 1 Oct 8 St Johns College Meem Library Placita 1160 Camino Cruz Blanca 9846139 dona tion Dance NEW MEXICO DANCE FESTIVAL Dance workshops exhibitions competitions vendors and din ner show today Hilton Hotel in Albuquerque or 505 2993737 for registration and information Lectures discussions MULTITALENTED ROSES Presentation display by Joyce DePow local author of Dandelions in My Wine includes useful recipes and how to make rosaries She will also be signing and selling copies of her book 2 today Tropic of Capricorn 86 Old Las Vegas Highway adjacent to Harrys 9832700 no charge PEN WRITERS ROUNDTABLE Gary Mex Glazner lectures on links between poetry jousts of Cervantes Spain and modern poetry slams Oct 4 Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian library 704 CaminoTejo Museum Hill 9824636 THE OLD PLAZA IN CHIMAYO Bienvenidos the volunteer divi sion of the Chamber of Commerce hosts a talk by Don J Unser on an insiders view of life on the Chimayo Plaza noon Oct 4 Santa Fe Country Club at 9860318 SYMBOLIC HISTORY LECTURE SERIES 1890 Avanf Garde Break Impressionism and The Drunken lecture by Charles Bell 8 Oct 4 Peterson Student Center St Johns College 1160 Camino Cruz Blanca 9846104 no charge SALSA STORIES Storyteller Liz Mangual member of the Tales and Trails storytelling group tells a blend of bilingual stones from Latin America the Caribbean and around the Oct 5 La Farge Library 1730 Llano 9554863 SALMAN RUSHDIE WITH MICHAEL SILVERBLATT The author of The Satanic Verses in conversations with the publicradio host presented by the Lannan Readings Conversations Series 7 Oct 5 Lensic Performing 4 SUNDAY Oct 28 2005 The New Mexican magazine
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