The leaders and supporters of the Youth Orchestras of San Antonio gathered to honor tech evangelist, downtown developer, and philanthropist Graham Weston.
The first meeting of the San Antonio Performing Arts Collective drew representatives from 25 performing arts organizations.
Fellowships will include private lessons, orchestra and summer camp tuition, and a stipend for necessities such as concert attire and travel and lodging.
The Youth Orchestra of San Antonio came dangerously close to bringing its audience to tears with a triumphant tribute of Purple Rain Live Monday night at the Tobin.
Youth Orchestra of San Antonio and a group of local musicians will pay tribute to Prince’s album Purple Rain at the Tobin on March 13.
There is ample evidence to suggest that 2016 has been a transformative year for San Antonio’s music industry.
This summer, 16-year-old Alex Brehm will visit Europe for the first time.
Anyone who doubts the remarkable range of musicianship or the quality of local bands performing original music should have been at the Pearl Stable Wednesday evening for Estática Vol 2.
The second edition of the Rivard Report’s music series, Estática, will bring together local bands and artists with the talented Youth Orchestra of San Antonio for a special encore performance of Abbey Road Live on Wednesday, April 27 at the Pearl Stable.
If you missed the Youth Orchestra of San Antonio’s recent live performance of the Beatles’ classic album, Abbey Road, at the Tobin, don’t worry – we’ve got you covered.