Nestled against the mesas of the southern Rockies along the Santa Fe Trail, Raton, New Mexico at 6680 ft. is the perfect spot to enjoy fabulous music, scenic vistas, blue skies, and a taste of the Southwest... So take a break and come join us!
The Central Florida Ballet will commemorate the 15th Anniversary attack on the World Trade Center with its’ stirring performance entitled “9/11 An American Moment” - to be held at Northland, A Church Distributed on Sunday, September 11th at 2:00pm. Created in 2006, “9/11 An American Moment” is an original production capturing the poignancy of tested and proven American patriotism; her courage, faith, resolve and pride in response to the World Trade Center attack.
Founded in 2013, the Southern California Brass Consortium (SCBC) grew out of the desire to form a large, professional brass ensemble that performs challenging, yet accessible music. There is nothing quite as exhilarating as the sound of brass and percussion.
Carroll County Community Theatre presents Arthur Miller’s The Crucible. Approx. run time is 2 hours.
Singer, songwriter, rancher, horseman, and the original, world-famous Yahoo!® yodeler, Wylie Gustafson leads the musical outfit known as The Wild West.
Carroll County Community Theatre presents 1940's Radio Hour/Christmas Carol.
December 7, 2016, 7:00 PM Church of the Good Shepherd Admission: Adults-$12, 18 and under-$10
Carroll County Community Chorus presents a holiday concert series “Christmas in Carroll County.” Jack Gantt, Conductor.
New Odyssey (3 Guys-30 Instruments) is a cover band from Chicago playing all types of music from across the decades including today’s top hits.
With three voices singing incredible songs like "Feeling Good," "Moondance," "Come Fly With Me," "Home," "Everything," "Fever," "Save the Last Dance for Me" and many more.
Jenn Bostic’s new album, Faithful, signals the confidence she’s gained from becoming “big in the U.K.”
The Santa Fe Opera's Apprentice Program for Singers is internationally recognized as one of the finest programs of its type.
Travis LeDoyt, who has been called “the best young Elvis in the world,” is featured in the May 27th issue of the New York Times Magazine that accompanies the newspaper seen around the world by 5 million readers.