ONSTAGE This week
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.