The new San Antonio Brass Band performs its first concert Sunday, March 26, at 7 p.m. at the University of the Incarnate Word’s concert hall.
A series of casual noontime concerts, called Music in the Park, will continue every Wednesday through April 5.
The fourth annual Fiddle Fest at Alamo Plaza showcased a full day of Americana, swing, bluegrass, and country bands to commemorated the Battle of the Alamo.
Youth Orchestra of San Antonio and a group of local musicians will pay tribute to Prince’s album Purple Rain at the Tobin on March 13.
Singers at the Texas State Sacred Harp Singing Convention will sing hymns, fuguing songs, and anthems first with shape syllables, and then with words.
Beethoven Maennerchor, the German preservation society in San Antonio, will celebrate a major milestone. The club is turning 150 years old.
Local musicians Bett Butler and Joël Dilley joined the online music platform Bandcamp in donating one day’s proceeds to the American Civil Liberties Union.
The same kind of grand organ music that regularly fills Westminster Abbey can be heard at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on Wednesday evening.
The San Antonio Symphony’s final concerts will open with “Eine kleine Nachtmusik,” followed by Mozart’s symphonies No. 39 and No. 41.
Musical Bridges Around The World will host eight unique musical acts from all over the world during its International Music Festival, Feb. 12-26.