Join All Classical Portland July 30 – August 5 for Summer Sounds of Santa Fe, a once-in-a-lifetime travel opportunity to experience the best in American music in a gorgeous open air setting with fellow music lovers and station music director, John Pitman. This intimate, highly curated travel experience will yield memories and friendships that last a lifetime. Just imagine the summer evening air of Santa Fe mingled with the magic of marvelous music, blended with the tinkle of wine glasses and the mirthful laughter of newfound friends… Does it get any better than this?!
Santa Fe is a city in which striking natural beauty, culture, history and fine arts combine to create a unique sense of place and purpose. Collette Vacations and All Classical Portland have worked together to take care of all the details, so you can simply kick back, relax, and enjoy the rich cultural experiences on offer! Free time to wander and explore the famous plazas is balanced with behind-the-scenes cooking demonstrations and private tours of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum and the San Miguel Chapel, the oldest church in the United States. The best seats have been secured for multiple operas and chamber music performances, including the highly anticipated world premiere of The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs. This opera combines incredibly compelling narrative with thoroughly engaging music by “the most-performed composer of his generation,” Mason Bates. Check out this fascinating video of Mason discussing the opera.
Additional performances include:
- Lucia di Lammermoor at Santa Fe Opera
- The Orion String Quartet at Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival
- Alcina at Santa Fe Opera
- Bruch String Octet at Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival
- The Golden Cockerel at Santa Fe Opera
See the full itinerary for this fabulous trip. Hurry to sign-up! The deadline is April 14th and space is limited!
For reservations please contact: Collette Vacations at 1-800-581-8942
Refer to booking #803362
Pricing and reservation forms can be found in the itinerary PDF
Contact Andrea Rennie at All Classical Portland for more information: