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  • As We Enter The Holiday Season…

    The Holiday Season is upon us with a shelter-at-home Thanksgiving just ahead. We here at Outpost are giving thanks and feeling very hopeful that we will be able to stay strong and re-open in the “less distant than before” future! Thanks to all of you out there who have donated so generously to our Covid-19 […]Read More »

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Since 1988, Outpost, Albuquerque’s NONPROFIT, MEMBER-SUPPORTED, Community-Based Performing Arts Center, has been THE PLACE TO BE for live music, jazz, roots, folk, world, education and art. Click HERE to learn more about becoming a MEMBER or DONATING.

Outpost Productions has been a nonprofit arts organization since 1988. Since 1990, we’ve made our home at the Outpost Performance Space, a unique and intimate, non-smoking, non-alcohol, storefront alternative performance venue.

In the spring of 2000, The Space moved to 210 Yale SE just two blocks south of Central in the heart of the University District. An elegant, nonprofit, no-nonsense, community-based, performing arts center.

Scenes from the 2011-2012 Outpost Season

Since our spring, summer and fall seasons had to be cancelled due to the CoVid-19 pandemic and we don’t know when we’ll be able to open again for all the great performances at The Space (& beyond!), we thought this would be a good chance to share some videos from past seasons that we have created over the years for grant applications and such. It’s always fun and amazing to look back and remember the incredible variety of performances we have had the privilege to experience at the Outpost year after year. We thought you would enjoy taking a look back as well! Here, we take you back a ways to 2011-2012 Outpost Season Highlights with PERFORMANCES AT OUTPOST featuring NEA Jazz MasterJimmy Cobb with Javon Jackson; Grammy award winning Jazz Vocalist, Kurt Elling; Preservation Hall Jazz Band; Rene Marie; SuperSax New Mexico; Jesus Muñoz Flamenco Ensemble featuring Ileana Gomez; Sarod Maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan; Cuban Rumba masters, Los Muñequitos de Matanzas; Experimental words & sound Lisa Gill, J.A. Deane & Friends; solo piano recital by Fred Sturm. EDUCATION/YOUTH AT OUTPOST – Downbeat award winning saxophonist Rudresh Mahanthappa conducts a master class with Outpost Advanced Youth Jazz Ensemble Recital featuring Justin Sanchez;  Los Muñequitos workshop for community school groups; Los Hermanos Luceros at the Kids Variety Show; Sophie Ellis-Young at the Outpost Kids Variety Show; Lyssa Lopez at Roust the House Teen Performance Night;  India Archer at Roust the House Teen Performance Night; VISUAL ARTS AT OUTPOST- Inpost Artspace Gallery features the jazz photos of Jim Gale. NOB HILL SUMMERFEST: NEW MEXICO JAZZZ FESTIVAL- Maceo Parker getting funky for 30,000 attendees Nob Hill Summerfest New Mexico Jazz Festival. You can also go to the New Mexico Jazz Festival page and check out a video from our 2016 Festival!

 

 

Educational Programs

All classes are taught by the Outpost team comprising saxophonist Kanoa Kaluhiwa; pianist Jim Ahrend (Jazz Improvisation); trombonist/percussionist César Bauvallet (Latin Music); and vocalist Maryse Lapierre (Music Together). We aim to build positive attitudes, trust, teamwork, cooperation, confidence, compassion, and a sense of humor—everything you could ever want from music. Both Youth and Adults will perform a recital for family and friends at the end of their session. It is expected that students will have their own instruments to bring to class. Outpost will provide a piano, a drumset, and guitar & bass amplifiers.

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Albuquerque, NM

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Albuquerque, NM 87196-4543

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