San Antonio City Council awarded Ticketmaster a five-year contract to provide ticketing services to area sports and entertainment venues.
The San Antonio Symphony begins its 80th season thie weekend with Mahler’s “Resurrection Symphony.”
After undergoing persistent instability over the past several years, the San Antonio Symphony has reached a new three-year contract with its musicians.
Akiko Fujimoto, the SA Symphony’s former associate conductor, returns to the area as the new music director of the Seguin-based Mid-Texas Symphony.
The season begins with a rebirth (Mahler’s Resurrection Symphony) and includes a solemn acknowledgment that all things come to an end (Mozart’s Requiem).
The San Antonio Symphony announced that Music Director Sebastian Lang-Lessing will end his tenure as conductor in 2020.
The San Antonio Symphony’s new executive director, Corey Cowart, and Board Chair Kathleen Weir Vale sit down for an interview with the Rivard Report.
Taddy McAllister writes about her Terrell Hills home, which her family has occupied for 68 years, and her passion for the San Antonio Symphony.
Tejano legend Emilio Navaira lives on in the voice and music of his sons Diego and Emilio IV, on hand for a Jan. 31 tribute concert with the SA Symphony.
The San Antonio Symphony’s Young People’s Concerts Jan. 16-17 are based on a version of Shakespeare designed for kids.