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Santa Fe clas­si­cal mu­sic en­sem­ble On­cy­dium

Cham­ber Baroque wel­comes ac­claimed harp­si­chordist

Jory Vinikour on Sun­day, April 4. Vinikour was born in Chicago and trained in Paris on a Ful­bright schol­ar­ship. He joins the Baroque en­sem­ble at 2:30 p.m. with a per­for­mance for chil­dren and

at 5:15 p.m. for a per­for­mance of works by Jean‑Philipe Rameau, Fran­cois Couperin, Alessan­dro Scar­latti, and Jo­hann Se­bas­tian Bach. There is no charge for the per­for­mance for chil­dren; en­trance to the later con­cert is by $55 to $150 slid­ing scale. Both events take place at Riva Yares

Gallery (123 Grant Ave., 984‑0330). Call 670‑6482 for in­for­ma­tion. Af­ter the suc­cess of his emo­tion­ally charged play, Parted Wa­ters, Los Alamos writer Robert Ben­jamin trades drama for ro­mance. Time Enough is a story about two baby boomers who rekin­dle their love later in life. Ann, a widow played by Alaina War­ren Zachary, and Ken, an ad­ven­tur­ous type played by Tad Jones, are for­mer high‑school sweet­hearts who meet at a Shake­speare fes­ti­val. Clara Sois­ter di­rects. Time Enough plays at Ware­house 21, 1614 Paseo de Per­alta (989‑4423), at 8 p.m. Fri­day and Satur­day, April 2 and 3, and at 2 p.m. Sun­day, April 4. En­try is by sug­gested do­na­tion of $12 to $15, which ben­e­fits Chris­tus St. Vin­cent Can­cer Cen­ter. County Kerry fid­dler Paddy Jones is one of the last liv­ing mas­ters of the tra­di­tional mu­sic of Ire­land’s Sli­abh Luachra (the moun­tain of the rushes) re­gion. For his per­for­mance in Santa Fe, Jones is joined on­stage by New Mex­ico State Uni­ver­sity writ­ing teacher and fid­dle stu­dent Rus Brad­burd. The con­cert is at 8 p.m.

Fri­day, April 2, at the Oddfel­lows Hall, 1125 Cer­ril­los Road. Tick­ets, $10 (chil­dren $5) are avail­able at the door. Call 820‑3535 for in­for­ma­tion. Seat­tle‑based in­dus­trial‑elec­tro act

As­sem­blage 23 — aka Tom Shear, for­merly known as Man on Stage — has come a long way since do­ing A Flock of Seag­ulls cov­ers in 1997. His his­tor­i­cally stripped‑down ap­proach to his own mu­sic has slowly shifted to a richer, more melodic pop sound while pre­serv­ing a good por­tion of the lyri­cal doom and gloom that made A23 pop­u­lar with goth‑lean­ing Depeche Mode fans. His new­est al­bum, 2009’s Com­pass (Metropo­lis Records/Ac­ces­sion Records), is a so­phis­ti­cated plat­ter sport­ing as many bass‑heavy dance floor an­thems as it does slow, synth‑drenched bal­lads. Ex­pect the best and dark­est from As­sem­blage 23’s ear­lier discs and nu­mer­ous selections from Com­pass when Shear per­forms at 9 p.m.

Mon­day, April 5 (doors open 8 p.m.), at Co­razón (401 S. Guadalupe St., 983‑4559). Mel­bourne, Aus­tralia, EBM act An­gel The­ory and Costa Rica elec­tro duo Sy­bel also per­form. Cover for the 21‑and‑over show is $10 in ad­vance at Co­razón, $12 at the door.

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