Michael Kaiser, the Symphony’s new interim executive director, discusses the upcoming season and plans to engage a wider audience.
The season begins Sept. 21-22 and ends June 19, 2019, promising a multicultural mix of music.
A City budget amendment, expected to be approved Thursday, allocates $400,000 from the general fund for the Westside Arts Coalition.
Exonerated death row inmate Anthony Graves will visit the University of the Incarnate Word on Wednesday, Sept. 12 for a free public lecture.
The Classical Music Institute’s “Year of the Woman” 2018-19 season begins Sept. 22 at University of the Incarnate Word.
Official Fotoseptiembre USA exhibition “Edible Immigrants,” by San Antonio photographer Al Rendon, opens Sept. 9.
The San Antonio Symphony begins its 2018-19 season with two free community concerts, at Haven for Hope and Palo Alto College.
As part of its Arts Agency Funding program, the Department of Arts and Culture now requires agencies to file data on their operations.
‘Destino San Antonio’ opens Sept. 21 at the Briscoe Western Art Museum, with 80 stereographs detailing San Antonio’s rich history.
Historian Char Miller’s new book, “San Antonio: A Tricentennial History,” will be published in early October.