Christian Assistance Ministries has been working to bring a different kind of light to its corner of downtown by forming the McCullough Avenue Consortium.
The annual program honors individuals who have worked to advance and maintain San Antonio’s cultural vibrancy.
It took OPERA SA a village of singers, musicians, and designers, plus truckloads of sets, and costumes, to put together its production of Macbeth.
Randi Zuckerberg will share her unique perspective on how technology can be integrated into children’s lives in a way that allows them to thrive.
Former Express-News publisher Tom Stephenson will lead the efforts to reorganize the symphony’s business operations and put the organization on a solid footing.
Thomas A. Stephenson, the former publisher of the San Antonio Express-News and later the Houston Chronicle, was named the first executive director of the recently formed Symphonic Music for San Antonio (SMSA), a nonprofit organization with the mission of securing the San Antonio Symphony’s long-term viability in the city.
The Instituto Cultural de México, under the direction of the Mexican Consulate in San Antonio, is gearing up for a week of programming that revolves around the topic of migration.
Sustaining an ongoing opera company in San Antonio the way Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, and Austin have done has proven elusive.
In his stead, fellow musicians will take the stage to share the spirit of the musician they know and love through story and song.
Stephen Lynch has described himself as a musician trapped in a comedian’s body.