What symphony. It is not even adverited of the events anymore. I thought it went of exsistence. There is nothing more that needs ot be said.
If the symphony is scheduled when you are in San Antonio, I urge you to take advantage of our orchestra. Although I have only gone to the classical series I am positive the pops concerts are an equally wonderful evening. We buy season tickets every year and hate to miss a concert when we have a conflict. This year the... More
This orchestra, Symphony is a class act and a must see. It is in league with all big city symphony's. The one problem it faces is funding. It has struggled over the past few years and that's a shame. Come out and support the arts and culture in San Antonio. Keep art alive.
Conductor Lang-Lessing has brought new energy and drive to an already excellent orchestra. The programming is varied, yet accessible. Don't miss the extra pre-concert 'talks' an hour before every classics concert for interesting insights into the music and musicians. Also - some members of the orchestra are accessible to meet during intermission.
Lang-Lessing is bringing excitement to our symphony. This years Beethoven festival is a good example of his influence. We attended the performance of No. 1 & No. 3, and enjoyed the performance thoroughly. In addition to the music, attending the symphony allows you to explore the intricate decorations which adorn the Majestic Theatre's interior. Because the venue is small, even... More
Musicians who do the city of San Antonio proud. Always give 100%. City is fortunate to have this caliber of entertainment. Go see for yourself!
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