SAN ANTONIO SYMPHONY ANNOUNCES REVISED 2020-21 SEASON

SAN ANTONIO— The San Antonio Symphony announced today details of new plans for its 2020-21 performance season, the Symphony’s 81st. The SAS will offer socially distanced in-person concerts beginning in February 2021. Plans will be announced for new streaming attendance options in the coming weeks. All performances will be held at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts.

“We have an incredible season of music that we’re extremely proud to share with our community. The safety of our audiences, musicians, and staff remain our top priority. We’ve reprogramed our concert offerings to meet the guidelines set forth by both local government and health professionals”, said Corey Cowart, Executive Director. “We look forward to welcoming our patrons back to the hall this February, both in-person and virtually. All of us here at the Symphony are excited to return to serving our community through music.”

The SAS and Tobin Center for the Performing Arts are implementing additional safety measures for in-person attendance, including increased sanitizing of high touch surfaces, easy access to hand sanitizing stations, enforcement of social distancing guidelines, use of masks, touchless ticketing, temperature checks, and special audience routing throughout the Tobin Center.

More information on current Tobin Center safety measures is available at https://www.tobincenter.org/covid-safety-protocols

At this time, all single ticket purchases for upcoming performances are suspended.  Patrons who have yet to renew their subscriptions for the 2020-2021 season will be sent new pricing and purchase options in December.

Patrons who have already purchased subscriptions to the 2020-2021 season will be contacted by a Symphony representative regarding how season changes affect their subscription in the coming weeks.

Symphony subscription representatives will be available to answer questions regarding the upcoming season by emailing boxoffice@sasymphony.org. Please be aware that due to high volumes of emails, response times may be affected. The San Antonio Symphony Subscription Box Office remains closed for walk-in services.

 

San Antonio Symphony 20-21 Season:

Classics I

Friday and Saturday, February 5 & 6, 2021
David Danzmayr, conductor

Program to inlcude: Walker, Mozart, Tauský, & Haydn

Classics II

Friday and Saturday, February 19 & 20, 2021
Michael Christie, conductor

Program to include: Haydn & Schoenberg

Classics III

Friday and Saturday, March 5 & 6, 2021
Jonathan Heyward, conductor
Jon Kimura Parker, piano

Program to include: Rossini, Mozart, & Shostakovich

Classics IV

Friday and Saturday, March 12 & 13, 2021
Jeffrey Kahane, conductor, piano

Program to include: Montgomery, Mozart, & Bartók

Classics V

Friday and Saturday, April 2 & 3, 2021
Carlos Izcaray, conductor
Eric Gratz, violin

Program to include: Izcaray, Mozart, & Beethoven

Classics VI

Friday and Saturday, April 9 & 10, 2021
Garrett Keast, conductor
Lyubov Petrova, soprano

Program to include: Puccini, Mozart, Stravinsky, & Copland

Classics VII

Friday and Saturday, May 14 & 15, 2021
Lina Gonzalez-Granados, conductor
Benjamin Beilman, violin

Program to include: Gabriela Lena Frank, Beethoven, Schubert

Classics VIII

Friday and Saturday, May 28 & 29, 2021
Sebastian Lang-Lessing, conductor

Program to include: Wagner & Mozart

Classics IX

Friday and Saturday, June 4 & 5, 2021
Brett Mitchell, conductor
Sarah  Silver Manzke, violin

Program to include: Honegger, Piazzolla, & Mozart

 

Pops programming will be announced at a future date.

All artists, programs, and dates are subject to change.

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