The 12 pianists representing 6 countries will compete for a $25,000 prize.
The San Antonio Symphony begins its 80th season thie weekend with Mahler’s “Resurrection 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 weekend program of the San Antonio Symphony includes a Tan Dun composition encouraging audience participation with cellphones.
The season begins Sept. 21-22 and ends June 19, 2019, promising a multicultural mix of music.
The San Antonio Symphony will wrap up its tumultuous 2017-18 season with three Pops concerts at the Tobin Center, June 8-10.
Before its upcoming production of the opera La Bohême, Opera San Antonio invited area students to write alternate endings for the tragedy.
The San Antonio Symphony currently ranks 55th in terms of national orchestra budgets, says conductor Sebastian Lang-Lessing. Whether recent outpourings of community support can give the struggling Symphony the sustainable future it needs remains an open question.
Viability is a major issue for the San Antonio Symphony, which has struggled to recruit and maintain large corporate and individual donors in its recent past.