The San Antonio chamber music season begins in late September and extends through June, with performances by seven different arts groups.
The SOLI Chamber Ensemble’s Sunday performance of “The Clearing and the Forest” references experiences of border-crossing refugees and immigrants.
The multi-instrumentalist will perform original work Tuesday with the SOLI Chamber Ensemble, including a piece featuring synthesized vocals.
The SOLI Chamber Ensemble opens its 25th season Oct. 1-2 at Jazz TX and Trinity University with “Traces,” a program of new music.
Update: On Friday, January 15, 8:00 p.m., there will be a simulcast presentation of the complete program “Rhapsody in Blue.” Works by George Gershwin and Duke Ellington will be performed by the San Antonio Symphony and guest pianist Vincent Balse inside the Tobin Center’s H-E-B Performance Hall.
My, how time flies.
The San Antonio Area Foundation hosted a logistics meeting Monday morning for one of the last big public awareness pushes for The Big Give SA, the online, nonprofit fundraising campaign that will have more than 800 nonprofits vying for donations for 24 hours on May 5, a.k.a. Cinco de Mayo.
As I walked into the rehearsal studio of Ballet San Antonio, Artistic Director Gabriel Zertuche sat at a table with his back to me, intently viewing a class in progress.
Music is a language unto itself, capable of inspiring people and joining them together.