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The San­gre de Cristo Cho­rale, di­rected by Doyle Pre­heim, opens its sea­son with a pro­gram that cel­e­brates chil­dren. The con­cert, at 2:30 p.m. Sun­day, Nov. 14, gives voice to texts about chil­dren (by Og­den Nash) and by chil­dren (po­ems penned in a Nazi con­cen­tra­tion camp and set by Joel M. Hardyk), and stu­dents from the Po­joaque Mid­dle School choir as­sist in John Rut­ter’s

Mass of the Chil­dren. Tick­ets, $20, are avail­able at the door and through Tick­ets Santa Fe at the Len­sic (988-1234, www. tick­etssantafe.org). Ad­mis­sion is free to mu­sic lovers 18 and un­der. The con­cert is at Santa Maria de la Paz Church,

11 Col­lege Ave.

On Satur­day, Nov. 13, the Nashville-based multi-in­stru­men­tal­ist Ricko Dono­van lim­its him­self to just one in­stru­ment, the ham­mered dul­cimer, for a pro­gram ti­tled Ricko Meets Garbo. The gig fea­tures Dono­van of­fer­ing ac­com­pa­ni­ment for a screen­ing of the 1926 Greta Garbo silent film The Temptress. It starts at 7:30 p.m. at the Lit­tle Wing per­for­mance space, Candyman Strings & Things, 851 St. Michael’s Drive. Ad­mis­sion is $10. Call 699-5470 for in­for­ma­tion. Mex­ico has a dou­ble cel­e­bra­tion this year: the bi­cen­ten­nial of its dec­la­ra­tion of in­de­pen­dence from Spain and the cen­ten­nial of its revo­lu­tion. Pi­anist

Fred Sturm (left) of­fers works by four na­tive-born Mex­i­cans, in­clud­ing three sonatas by the con­tem­po­rary com­poser Fed­erico Ibarra Groth plus pieces by the no­table Span­ish mod­ernist Rodolfo Halffter, who moved to Mex­ico and as­sumed cit­i­zen­ship fol­low­ing the Civil War in his na­tive Spain. It’s a free con­cert at

3 p.m. Sun­day, Nov. 14, in the Great Hall, St. John’s Col­lege, 1160 Camino de Cruz Blanca. Call 984-6000. Cre­ated af­ter World War II as a re­ac­tion to the state of con­tem­po­rary Ja­panese dance as in­creas­ingly su­per­fi­cial and de­vel­oped as a style of protest against so­ci­etal norms, bu­toh ex­plores grotesque, ab­surd, and ab­stract themes through ex­ag­ger­ated fa­cial ex­pres­sion and body move­ment. At 7 p.m.

Sun­day, Nov. 14, per­former, chore­og­ra­pher, and di­rec­tor of CHIMERAlab Dance The­atre

Jen­nifer Hicks (stand­ing, left) presents Roost, a bu­toh per­for­mance with ac­com­pa­ni­ment by lo­cal mu­si­cian Clawdeus (aka Ross Ham­lin). Tick­ets for the con­cert at Lit­tle Wing per­for­mance space (lo­cated at Candyman Strings &

Things, 851 St. Michael’s Drive, 699-5470) are $10 at the door.

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