Santa Fe, NM
Demon Pride takes first in marching competition.
Theater production featured on front page of The New Mexican
Singers win honors at Solofest.
More than 70 choir and orchestra members win slots in honor ensembles.
International Shakespeare Center collaborates with Theater Program on Macbeth.
Marching band takes prize for parade.
Dance studio gets new floor.
Dance Program establishes first New Mexico chapter of honor society.
Choir members honored for vocal artistry.
Band, orchestra, choir and guitar ensembles perform at state competition.
Zia Marching Band Fiesta The Demon Pride Marching Band will be among 32 from across the region competing by class. The top 10 advance to the final round. October 29. The Demon Pride is scheduled to perform at 9:48 am. University of New Mexico Stadium, Albuquerque. All day: adults, $16; students, $9. Preliminaries and finals only: adults, $11; students, $6.
North Central District Honor Choir More than 70 SFHS choir members will be among the vocalists in the audition-only mixed and treble choirs made up of student singers from throughout north central New Mexico. November 5. 1 pm. St. Francis Cathedral, Santa Fe. Free.
North Central District Honor Orchestra A Santa Fe High School orchestra member will be among the musicians in the audition-only ensembles from schools throughout north central New Mexico. November 5. Time TBA. Rio Rancho High School. Free.
New Mexico State University Tournament of Bands The Demon Pride Marching Band will be among more than 30 high school bands from New Mexico and Texas competing at the day-long event. November 5. Santa Fe High performs at 10:15 am. Aggie Memorial Stadium, Las Cruces. Adults and all online tickets, $15. Children 10 and under, $7. Buy tickets online.
Santa Fe High Choir Presents Disney's High School Musical Jr. and Annual Dinner Fundraiser The choirs perform selections from the Disney hit High School Musical. November 16 through 19. Santa Fe High Theater. The choir's annual dinner fundraiser will be held in conjunction with the performance on November 19. Come back soon for show times and other details and to buy tickets online.
Santa Fe High School is the largest interdisciplinary public school in Northern New Mexico with a comprehensive art program open to all students. At Santa Fe High, several hundred students attend art classes every school day, whether its theater tech, studio art, advanced mixed choir, marching band or one of the other many classes. Santa Fe High recognizes that arts are not a luxury but an essential component of a quality education. Students who participate in art are more likely to perform well in academic classes. Whether they become professional artists or not, they take with them an experience that will serve them throughout their lives.
Santa Fe High arts students have performed locally, nationally and internationally and their art has been seen in major galleries. Many graduates have used the skills they learned at Santa Fe High to earn scholarships for higher education.
(Click here for Santa Fe High performing arts program brochure.)