Ran­dom Acts

The Haunted Wind­chimes play Meow Wolf; Santa Fe Pro Mu­sica presents Baroque Holy Week con­certs at Loretto Chapel; the Austin Pi­az­zolla Quin­tet plays Gig Per­for­mance Space; and Schola Can­to­rum of Santa Fe sing Good Fri­day Re­flec­tions at the Shrine of Our L

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Ex­cel­lent har­monies and sparkling in­stru­men­ta­tion are a cou­ple of traits of The Haunted Wind­chimes, a Colorado-based group that plays Meow Wolf on Satur­day, April 15. The mix from De­sirae Gar­cia (vo­cals, ukulele), Chela Lu­jan (vo­cals, banjo), Ina­iah Lu­jan (vo­cals, gui­tar), and Mike Clark (har­mon­ica, gui­tar, man­dolin) of­ten has a lilt­ing, old-timey feel, but there are some rockin’ elec­tric-gui­tar lines in their song “Sun Shin­ing Bright.” The band, truly an orig­i­nal, shares a bill with Santa Fe’s own Cloa­cas and Elise Marie. Doors open at 8 p.m. for the 21-and-over April 15 con­cert at Meow Wolf (1352 Ru­fina Cir­cle, 505-395-6369). Tick­ets are $12 in ad­vance at www.me­ow­wolf.com and $14 at the door. — Paul Wei­de­man

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