Carol Ann Cockrell Gulley, daughter of the late former mayor Lila Cockrell, died unexpectedly on Friday, Oct. 4 following a brief illness. She was 74.
The SOLI Chamber Ensemble opens its 25th season Oct. 1-2 at Jazz TX and Trinity University with “Traces,” a program of new music.
Austin, our robust neighbor to the north, claims to be the “Live Music Capital of the World.” If it is, it is in trouble.
The students, who typically play classical music at their concerts, will perform songs by AC/DC, Michael Jackson, and Ozzy Osbourne.
Wet weather didn’t stop thousands of festival goers from riding the park’s rollercoasters and jamming out to more than 30 musical acts.
Botánica Music and Arts Festival named local artist Cruz Ortiz and his wife, Olivia, as the festival’s art and culture ambassadors.
After a months-long process, San Antonio has received its official designation as an official “Music Friendly Community” from the Texas Music Office.
Does the creative class have to learn how to say “no,” or does the business class have to learn how to say “yes?”
The concept of heroism and heroes looms large in this weekend’s SA Symphony concerts, which features selections to honor Martin Luther King Jr.
The San Antonio Symphony’s situation is complex, as will be untangling those nets, but here are some thoughts from someone who closely observed the Minnesota Orchestra’s16-month lockout.