The 10 at 10

1st Row: Genevieve Leitner; Amy Owens (© Karsten Staiger); Zuill Bailey; Judith Gordon; Tara Helen O’Connor (© Lisa-Marie Mazzucco)
2nd Row: JesseTatum; David Felberg; Bryan Wallick; Ana Maria Quintero (© Shea Perry); Ran Dank

Brent Stevens marks his 20th anniversary with KHFM on June 8. To celebrate, he is hosting a series of 10 live concerts on Saturday mornings at 10am. Brent’s guests will include local favorites and internationally renowned musicians. The concerts promise a mix of intriguing talk and intimate performances.

The 10 at 10 Schedule

Saturday, June 8 at 10am
Young Voices of the Santa Fe Opera
Amy Owens, soprano, and Paul Roth, piano

Robertson & Sons Violin Shop
3201 Carlisle Blvd NE, Albuquerque

Opera, musical theatre/crossover, and art song highlighting Amy Owens career as soloist, and training the next generation of singers as part of the Santa Fe Opera’s programs.


Saturday, June 15 at 10am
Toby Vigneau, bass, and Judith Gordon, piano

KHFM Lobby
8009 Marble Ave, Albuquerque

Virtuoso music for bass and piano. This concert will also include an ensemble performance by musicians from the UNM Summer Music Institute.


Saturday, June 22 at 10am
Genevieve Leitner, guitar

KHFM Lobby
8009 Marble Ave, Albuquerque

Music for solo guitar focusing on music of Latin America, including Chile, Argentina, and Venezuela.


Saturday, June 29 at 10am
David Felberg, violin

KHFM Lobby
8009 Marble Ave, Albuquerque

Violin solo ranging from the Baroque era by J.S. Bach and G.P. Telemann to modern music by Kevin Puts and Caleb Burhans.


Saturday, July 6 at 10am
Jesse Tatum, flute

KHFM Lobby
8009 Marble Ave, Albuquerque

Music for solo flute by J.S. Bach, Sirish Korde, and Christoper Cerrone’s “Liminal Highway” with electronic reinforcement and effects.


Saturday, July 13 at 10am
Ana Maria Quintero, violin, and String Ensemble

The Cell Theatre
700 1st St NW, Albuquerque

A string quartet and actors hold an Educational Concert with repertoire ranging from the Baroque and Classical eras to modern Latin America, including Telemann’s Burlesque de Quixotte.


Saturday, July 20 at 10am
Tara Helen O’Connor, flute, and Ran Dank, piano

St. Francis Auditorium at the New Mexico Museum of Art
107 W Palace Ave, Santa Fe

Prokofiev’s Sonata in D Major for Flute and Piano. The artists are presented with the cooperation of the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival.


Saturday, July 27 at 10am
Judith Gordon, piano

KHFM Lobby
8009 Marble Ave, Albuquerque

Music for solo piano featuring a mix of the pianist’s favorite works, including Ravel’s three-movement Sonatine.


Saturday, August 3 at 10am
Repertoire and artists TBD

KHFM Lobby
8009 Marble Ave, Albuquerque


Saturday, August 10 at 10am
A Benefit Concert for KHFM
Zuill Bailey, cello, and Bryan Wallick, piano

Robertson & Sons Violin Shop
3201 Carlisle Blvd NE, Albuquerque

The acclaimed cello and piano duo performs an all-Rachmaninoff program.