Sunday Night Unplugged concert slated for March 3


Sunday Night Unplugged will return to St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church on March 3 at 5 p.m. with a selection of sacred music pieces. 

Catrinka Randall, mezzo-soprano, formerly with the Santa Fe Symphony and now with the Durango Women’s Chorus, will sing Bach arias, as well as a duet with noted local tenor Andy Hockman. Piano accompanist Kimberly Hensen will also perform a special cello composition from Faure’s “Requiem.” 

The program will last 45 minutes and will include a brief reflection on music and faith by church historian the Rev. Dr. Randall Balmer. 

The Rev. Wren Blessing of St. Patrick’s will open the program, and Father Sam Auta from Pope John Paul II Catholic Church will give the closing blessing. 

A free will donation will be gratefully accepted, and all community members and visitors are very welcome to attend.