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Roberto Capocchi, guitarist: News

New Directory for Musicians in New Mexico - May 25, 2005

Will you be in Pasatiempo's Music Directory?

If a musician plays in northern New Mexico and nobody is there to hear it --
does it make a sound?

Don't put this to the test.

Deadline to apply is Friday, June 10 at 5 pm.

E-mail your facts to with "music info" in the subject line.

Pablo Champion in Santa Fe - May 17, 2005

Guitarist and theorbo player Pablo Champion just moved to Santa Fe. He'll be playing a chamber music performance this summer, at the Awakening Museum.

We're moving! - May 3, 2005

Capocchi Music's "almost-sumptuous" offices and studios are moving!
After many years we'll be leaving the 1412 Llano St. building (the old Santa Fe Guitar and Violin Works’ shop) and moving a couple of blocks North to even more "almost-luxurious" quarters, across from Salazar Elementary.
I'll post the new address once the deal is final.
Don't worry, I won't ask to borrow your truck.

GIG is UP - April 8, 2005

GiG, Santa Fe's new non-profit performance space is up and running!

They're at 1808 Second Street, Suite L (next to the Second St. Brewery.)

I'll be playing there again on Wednesday May 25th at 8pm- details in the Calendar.

GiG is a small, elegant state-of-the-art room presenting events 4-5 nights a week. Each week features evenings devoted to Jazz, Classical, World, Folk, Hispanic Music and Spoken Word performances.
GiG is dedicated to promoting the finest local, regional and national artists, assisting in artist development and developing the performance culture of Santa Fe. It is a smoke and alcohol- free environment and provides a relaxed and respectful venue for both artist and audience.
GiG is presented by the Open Arts Foundation, producers of The Santa Fe Jazz & International Music Festival, a 501(c)(3) non-profit.

Their web site is up. There you can find schedule, artist info, live streaming and archival video, artist submission info and volunteer, donor and sponsorship information.

GIG is the best thing since green chile.

Duo Guadalupe at Borders - March 30, 2005

Duo Guadalupe will be performing at Borders, in Santa Fe on April 15, as part of Educator's Appreciation Day.
Our CDs are available there, and can be special ordered at any Borders location nationwide.

House concert with Rick Sprague - March 25, 2005

Coming up in August, Rick Sprague and Roberto Capocchi present an overload of guitar favorites. Rick is one of the best kept secrets in the Santa Fe guitar world. Check out his CD at

Bruce Dunlap strikes again - March 12, 2005

Bruce Dunlap, jazz player extraordinaire, ridiculously great guitarist, and director of the sensational Santa Fe Jazz and International Music Festival, is putting together a series of performances in April. Check out details and sign up for their email list at the Open Arts Foundation website: Artists will include local musicians and out-of-town guests.

Supercaffeinated guitar music - March 7, 2005

Sunday mornings in June, Roberto Capocchi presents strangely intense guitar music at the Meridian Espresso & News, downtown Santa Fe. Details in the Calendar. Meridian has the best espresso drinks in town, and they offer a discount if you ride your bike there. Remember, caffeine is a food group.

Back at Andreeva - March 5, 2005

Roberto Capocchi returns to Andreeva Portrait Commissions and Gallery on Friday March 11. Solo guitar in one of the top art spaces in Santa Fe. Details in the calendar.

Children's Museum Benefit - March 5, 2005

Cool event Friday March 11 at the Genoveva Chaves Community Center. Many of the best local artists, interactive activities and performances. For details email Paula at

Maurice Prada plays Albeniz - March 1, 2005

My student Maurice Prada is playing selections from the Spanish Suite by Albeniz this Thursday, March 3rd, at the National
Dance Institute, in Santa Fe NM. The performance is one of the highlights for the mentorship program at his school. He will probaly wear a very sharp suit, shades, and a WWII helmet.

Roberto solo in Farmington, NM - March 1, 2005

March 17, St, Patrick's Day, solo guitar show in the Little Theater, San Juan College. Farmington, NM.
Datails in the Calendar.

Duo Guadalupe in Albuquerque - January 20, 2005

Duo Guadalupe is performing a Baroque Music program in Albuquerque, in April. Details in the Calendar page. Including Bach's Chaconne (on solo guitar) and solo violin fantasias by Teleman.

Houseconcert - January 19, 2005

Upcoming houseconcert in Santa Fe, February 27: two guitars, Joseph V. Williams II and Roberto Capocchi. Detais in the Calendar.

Jade in the Opera - January 15, 2005

My nine-year-old son Jade will be in this years production of Peter Grimes at the Santa Fe Opera! Check it out at

MP3s - January 15, 2005

The MP3s are up! Check them out in the MUSIC page. As usual, thanks to Rob at Santa Fe Digital Image for the help!

Joseph V. Williams the 3rd moves to Santa Fe - January 13, 2005

Joe is a great guitarist and the coolest guy to move to NM from AZ in quite a few years. We'll be setting up a houseconcert to welcome him. Get on our email list to hear about it! Also in the works, a new guitar quartet in Albuquerque!

Working on the site - January 12, 2005

I'm just geting used to this whole website design thing, so the formating will be a little wierd for a while, but at least I can keep the site uo-to-date...

New Website! - January 12, 2005

Cool new look!

Duo with David Yard - September 26, 2004

In the works: guitar duo concert with guitarist David Yard, in Eldorado, all Baroque and Classical. David is a fine player from Santa Fe, who spends most of his time teaching. This will be a fine and rare oportunity to hear him.
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