Community members are invited to enjoy live brass and percussion performances.
SAN ANTONIO, TX – The San Antonio Symphony is bringing the sensational music of brass and percussions into the community with a live performance at Alamo Heights United Methodist Church (Alamo Heights UMC) on Friday, May 21 at 7:30 p.m.
“After a pause in live performances around San Antonio due to the pandemic, we’re excited to bring our musicians outside the Tobin Center to share the joy of music with the community,” said Corey Cowart, San Antonio Symphony Executive Director. “Our musicians live to perform. We are grateful for Alamo Heights UMC for opening their doors to our musicians and the community.”
The community concert will feature brass and percussion selections from Gabrieli, Grainger, Poulenc, and Tomasi.
“We’re honored to have been invited to play in a community setting where we can connect with old and new patrons, alike,” Steve Peterson, San Antonio Symphony Principal Trombone.
Tickets will be available for purchase at the door for $20. For additional details on the event and to purchase tickets in advance for $15, visit: https://sasymphony.org/event/san-antonio-symphony-brass/.
“As performers, we cherish every performance on stage and we’re eager to expand our regular audience and meet new patrons with our upcoming community concert,” said John Carroll, San Antonio Symphony Principal Trumpet.
For more information about the San Antonio Symphony, sponsored by Frost Bank, please visit www.SASymphony.org.