March 8, 2024, 8pm

Cosmopolis festival

Join us at HKUST’s Shaw Auditorium for the 2024 season of the Cosmopolis Festival, highlighting Hong Kong as a cultural hub, regularly visited by the most renowned performers from around the world and with an equally broad range of local cultures and talent. This spring, we are proud to present the renowned Carnatic vocal duo Ranjani-Gayatri (India), modern jazz with the Chris Carpio Quartet (Hong Kong/Philippines), traditional Teochew instrumental music specialists of the Yi Xiang Chaozhou Ensemble (China), acclaimed piano virtuoso Paavali Jumppanen (Finland/Australia), contemporary Western classical music powerhouse Ensemble Dal Niente (United States), as well as educational events featuring the artists.

All events are free and open to the public.

Shaw Theater


December 19, 2021, 10:30am

Chatter featuring Duokrom

Violinist Inés Voglar and flutist Molly Barth will premiere works of Matthew Fuerst, Stan Link and Texu Kim.


$16 reg ($20 at the door) | $9 under-30 & students | $5 under-13

Purchase tickets online here
At the door if available

10:30am Sunday mornings 50 weeks a year: welcoming, invigorating, eccentric. Performances take place at Las Puertas at 1512 1st Street NW in Albuquerque.

Arrive before 10am and enjoy the complimentary espresso bar and homemade goodies. Our one-hour program of ensemble music begins promptly at 10:30 am. Chatter weaves together traditional and contemporary classical music in often surprising programs that include a reading by our poet/speaker of the morning and a two-minute celebration of silence. Free parking is located on neighborhood streets and in a large lot 1 block from Las Puertas on Kinley Ave NW (between 1st and 2nd Streets).

Go here for more information about our new venue, Las Puertas.

Las Puertas, Albuquerque


Tickets available at the door.

April 19, 2021,

Blair Flute Studio Identity Video Project

Hear the video project of the Blair Flute Studio, as they relate to aspects of their personal identity through music and spoken word.


April 14, 2021, 8pm

Blair Contemporary Music Ensemble

Students of the Contemporary Music Ensemble will perform two interpretations of Julius Eastman’s most popular work Stay On It. This seminal work has not yet been performed at the Blair School of Music; please tune in for this important event!

Also on the program are Andy Akiho’s Ligneous 5 and Roshanne Etezady’s Glint.


March 21, 2021, 3pm Central time

Bang On A Can Berlin!


[Set times are approximate and subject to change.]


Daniel Bernard Roumain Why Did They Kill Sandra Bland? performed by Arlen Hlusko

Arnold Dreyblatt

Mazz Swift

Rohan Chander △ or THE TRAGEDY OF HIKKOMORI LOVELESS from FINAL//FANTASY performed by Vicky Chow


Kristina Wolfe Listening to the Wind performed by Molly Barth

Miya Masaoka

Aeryn Santillan disconnect. performed by Ken Thomson

Adam Cuthbert


see BOAC site

March 8, 2021, 6pm

Women's Suffrage concert

Performers to include:
Heather Conner, piano
Felix Wang, cello
Ji Hye Jung, percussion
Jared Hauser, oboe
Susan Yang, piano

Turner Hall/online


March 6, 2021,

Carnival of the Animals

Hear Vanderbilt University Blair School of Music faculty perform Carnival of the Animals by Camille Saint-Saëns.
Event also will air on March 13.


March 1, 2021, 8pm

Blair Woodwind Quintet

Molly Barth, flute
Jared Hauser, oboe
Bixby Kennedy, clarinet
Peter Kolkay, bassoon
Leslie Norton, horn

Turner Hall/online


See future performances