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Symphony of Flavors

Symphony of Flavors

2018-19 Spring Festival

Maestro Sebastian Lang-Lessing loves how fine music and fun dining bring people together and, this year, has cultivated a spring festival exploring just that! Symphony of Flavors brings together local chefs, restaurants, and live performances by your San Antonio Symphony to showcase the confluence of our citys rich culture and history by combining classical music and food. 

After the Saturday concerts, in partnership with the City’s Center City Development and Operations Department, food trucks and late-night festivities will take place on the west side of the Tobin Center on the side porch of the Carlos Alvarez Theatre.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to experience some of San Antonio’s finest at the Symphony of Flavors. Read below to find out more information about the menu, concerts, and how to get tickets.

Tuscan Tour of Taste
Friday & Saturday, March 29 & 30, 8 PM
Tuscan Tour of Taste
The Tobin Center

Sebastian Lang-Lessing, conductor
David Portillo, tenor

Rossini’s Thieving Magpie, paired with the exquisite Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana, paired with Tchaikovsky’s swaggering “Cappriccio Italian.” The sounds and flavors of Tuscany.

Chefs Geronimo Lopez (3/29) and Tim McDiarmid (3/30) will do live cooking demonstrations on stage during the performances.

To continue the fun after the concert, Fratello’s Food Truck will be located on Carlos Alvarez Studio Side Porch from 9:30pm-11:30pm after the concert.

Click here for more concert details.

Flavors of France
Friday & Saturday, April 5 & 6, 8PM
Flavors of France
The Tobin Center

Jeffrey Kahane, conductor and piano

A concert for gastronomes with Ravel’s jazzy Piano Concerto i G as a first course. Followed by Berlioz’s dreamy love music from “Romeo and Juliet.” And, for an aperitif, Debussy’s sensuous “La Mer.” This is Paris as it sizzles.

Chef Pieter Sypesteyn (4/5) and The Tobin Centers Executive Chef Paul Goll (4/6) will do live cooking demonstrations on stage during the performances.

To continue the fun after the concert, The Beignet Stand Food Truck will be located on Carlos Alvarez Studio Side Porch from 9:30pm-11:30pm after the concert.

Click here for more concert details.

Savor Spain
Friday & Saturday, April 12 & 13, 8PM
Savor Spain
The Tobin Center

Sebastian Lang-Lessing, conductor
Veronica Williams, mezzo-soprano and Artist-in-Resident
Guadalupe Dance Company

Latin tapas selections: A bit of Bizet’s Carmen. A filet of Falla’s El Amor Brujo. With a side of “West Side Story.” You will taste the heat!

Chef Adán Medrano (4/12) and The Tobin Centers Executive Chef Paul Goll (4/13) will do live cooking demonstrations on stage during the performances.

To continue the fun after the concert, La Plaza Food Truck will be located on Carlos Alvarez Studio Side Porch from 9:30pm-11:30pm after the concert.

Click here for concert details.

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