Intimate performance by Santa Fe Opera evokes emotion at AMOCA 

December 11, 2013 • Local News

Members of the Santa Fe Opera move the audience at the Anderson Museum Wednesday. From left to right: Kirt Pavitt (pianist), Joshua Dennis, Sara Heaton and Joseph Dennis. (Amy Vogelsang Photo)

The music was heard in every room of the Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art, sometimes merely as a distant echo. The melodies enhanced the ambience. A new depth was added to the art as paintings came alive, the colors and patterns seeming to dance off the canvas, skipping along to the harmonious lines of notes — dancing with the piano and singing with members of the Santa Fe Opera.

Wednesday night brought an eclectic mix of people together, all gathered for one purpose: to listen to three young people sing opera at the “Arias, Carols and Songs” concert.

The intimate setting moved people in a way big stage opera can’t, and it was an emotional atmosphere felt by both the audience and the performers.

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