The lively film festival-style event celebrated the convergence of two groups of Texas-based artists and featured an all-San Antonio lineup.
For the Thursday night patrons at the McNay’s Monet to Matisse: A Century of French Moderns exhibition, the synergy between the art and the music, by Nathan Felix’s choir For Those Who Follow The Echoes (FTWFTE), provided a true sensory overload.
The Sunken Garden Theater in Brackenridge Park owes its existence to the walls created from excavation and almost became the city’s first Tobin Center.
Trust me, San Antonio, when I say the local band The Texases are genuine fun and darn sure worth hearing.
With websites like ReverbNation, Slavin said, musicians of all genres who aren’t represented by recording labels now can be heard all around the world.
Jazz Meets Classical (JMC) has grown to 11 musicians and become a highlight of the musical year for lovers of jazz, classical, and innovation in general.
Bexar County Commissioner Paul Elizondo, a bandleader for more than 50 years, takes a turn conducting in the San Antonio Symphony’s Fiesta Pops concert.
Santiago Jiménez Jr. received the National Medal of the Arts and Humanities “for expanding the horizons of American music” in September 2016.
Hundreds of people flooded downtown San Antonio for Maverick Music Festival, the city’s only annual urban music festival.
Maverick Music Festival has put together a high-caliber lineup of local and national musical acts that will take the stage this Friday and Saturday in downtown San Antonio.