Optimistic that the pandemic will be behind us, the San Antonio Symphony announced its 2020-2021 season beginning in September.
The ten remaining concerts in the 2019-2020 season of the San Antonio Symphony have been canceled.
Commentary: The arts define us as a city, and we need to find a balance between private and public support in order to maintain our cultural assets.
Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff and Mayor Ron Nirenberg met Monday morning to work on what kind of funding would be available for San Antonio Symphony operations, with City and County managers looking to have a plan in place on Tuesday, Wolff said.
The hit the tourism industry is taking from coronavirus will impact City arts and culture funding that depends on the hotel occupancy tax.
On Sept. 16, the San Antonio Symphony will open its 2016-2017 season in collaboration with the San Antonio Mastersingers with a performance of Karl Orff’s Carmina Burana. Even if you don’t recognize Carmina Burana by name, you’ve definitely heard it. It’s opening number, “O Fortuna,” has been covered over and over, ranging from techno pop versions to TV […]
The bartenders of Dor?ol Distilling Company expertly mixed all manner of rakia cocktails while San Antonio Symphony Concertmaster Eric Gratz led a small string ensemble Thursday night. The bartenders respectfully opted to quietly stir traditionally shaken drinks – sound travels quite well in the small distillery. Musicians of the San Antonio Symphony performed Vivaldi’s Concerti and Dvorak’s Serenade for Strings for an […]
After season-ending event cancellations, the San Antonio arts community pivots to offer online streaming content: music, poetry, theater, and visual art.
There are at least four good reasons to step out of your weekend routine to attend the Sunday evening performance of the San Antonio Symphony at San Fernando Cathedral. One, is the program, featuring the very accessible music of Italy’s greatest Baroque composer, Antonio Vivaldi, and the lesser known Francesco Maria Veracini. The music will […]
Three finalists competed Saturday night for a full house at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, accompanied by the San Antonio Symphony.