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.
If audiences bring knowledge of world history to the San Antonio Symphony’s newly announced classical season, they may hear familiar selections in new contexts.
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.
Visitors to Main Plaza heard a live concert of works by Johann Sebastian Bach in celebration of the composer’s birthday.
The San Antonio Symphony’s final concerts will open with “Eine kleine Nachtmusik,” followed by Mozart’s symphonies No. 39 and No. 41.
When 200 singers from three long-established institutions join forces to perform a musical masterpiece, the result is nothing short of transformative.
The first few concerts of the sixth annual San Antonio Symphony’s Mozart Festival have been near sell-outs.
SOLI works to shake things up and offer a fresh perspective on traditional interpretations of Mozart’s compositions, in this case The Magic Flute.
Instrumentalists in the San Antonio Symphony have used their musical talents to spread the holiday spirit to those it may be a little harder to reach.