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    News at the San Antonio Symphony

    For Immediate Release: December 12, 2016 (San Antonio, Texas) The San Antonio Symphony Names New Vice Presidents in Key Departments Focusing on the future and strengthening the team, the San Antonio Symphony names new Vice Presidents in key departments. The … Read More »

    December 16, 2016
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    Stewart Copeland – Fox San Antonio Interview 10/13/16

    A night at the orchestra is a time-honored tradition that goes back to nearly the beginning of time. But composers like Mozart and Beethoven didn’t have the luxury of composing for one of the best rock drummers of our generation, … Read More »

    October 13, 2016
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    Mahler ends…orchestra season on a high note (SA Express-News)

    David Hendricks (SA Express-News)) June 3, 2016 SAN ANTONIO —  San Antonio Symphony Music Director Sebastian Lang-Lessing conducted Gustav Mahler’s soaring Symphony No. 1 for his first concert as conductor here in October 2010. Lang-Lessing directed it again Friday night … Read More »

    June 05, 2016
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    Pop goes the 1812 Overture

    The San Antonio Symphony redefined the “pops” in its Pops Series on Friday night with an unorthodox presentation of the 1812 Overture. The Tchaikovsky overture is known for cannon shots at the end, and the San Antonio Symphony famously has … Read More »

    May 15, 2016
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    Symphony cashes Czech gems – SA Express News

    Friday night was a time for Central European treasures at a San Antonio Symphony Classics Series concert. W.A. Mozart, Bedrich Smetana, Leon Janácek and Antonín Dvorák all have better-known pieces than the ones on the program, but the selections brimmed … Read More »

    May 05, 2016