Santa Fe Sym­phony; The Met: Live in HD presents Les pˆecheurs de per­les; punk pop­sters Surfer Blood; or­gan­ist James David Christie

Pasatiempo - - PASATIEMPO - — James M. Keller

Now en­ter­ing the home stretch of its search for a prin­ci­pal con­duc­tor, the Santa Fe Sym­phony is invit­ing sev­eral guest con­duc­tors of re­cent con­certs to re­turn for fur­ther ap­pear­ances this sea­son to get bet­ter ac­quainted. Ryan McA­dams earned his mas­ter’s de­gree in con­duct­ing from The Juil­liard School a decade ago, and since then he has built a ré­sumé that in­cludes ap­pear­ances on the podium be­fore quite a few or­ches­tras of stature, in­clud­ing the Is­rael Phil­har­monic, Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, Saint Paul Cham­ber Or­ches­tra, and Mag­gio Mu­si­cale Or­ches­tra of Florence. On Sun­day, Jan. 17, at 4 p.m. at the Len­sic Per­form­ing Arts Cen­ter (211 W. San Fran­cisco St.), he will lead the Santa Fe Sym­phony in or­ches­tral move­ments from Bizet’s Car­men, Bach’s Or­ches­tral Suite No. 2 (fea­tur­ing flutist Jesse Ta­tum), and Shostakovich’s ever-pop­u­lar Sym­phony No. 5. Tick­ets ($23-$80, dis­counts avail­able) can be ar­ranged from the Sym­phony di­rectly (505-983-1414) or through the Len­sic (505-988-1234, www.tick­ A 3 p.m. lecture is free to ticket hold­ers.

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