Ran­dom Acts Dancer Julie Brette Adams at the Santa Fe Play­house; the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Cham­ber En­sem­ble at the Lensic; IAIA’s Life Road Mu­sic Fes­ti­val; and vi­o­lin­ist Chris­tian Tet­zlaff and pi­anist Lars Vogt at St. Fran­cis Au­di­to­rium

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Santa Fe dancer, chore­og­ra­pher, and teacher Julie Brette Adams presents a con­cert of var­ied works at the Santa Fe Play­house (142 E. DeVar­gas St.) this week­end with guest artist Christo­pher Bowen. Adams, who is known for her mod­ern-dance so­los, pre­mieres l’Ange, a duet with Bowen, a dancer and ar­chi­tect who has re­turned to Santa Fe af­ter many years away. The piece was in­spired by the work of painter Gus­tav Klimt. Sev­eral other dances get their first air­ing at the con­cert: a solo by Adams, Same Girl, ex­plores fe­male stereo­types; Bowen’s solo, Edited

for Per­sis­tence; and Code-Cross, with Jef­fer­son Voorhees on talk­ing drum. Per­for­mances are at 8 p.m. on Fri­day, May 8, and Satur­day, May 9, and at 2 p.m. on Sun­day, May 10. Tick­ets, $20, can be re­served by call­ing 505-986-1801. — Michael Wade Simp­son

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