Young People’s Concerts: A Midsummer Night’s Dream OLD

  • December 11, 2019 at 9:45 am & 11:10 am – Watson Fine Arts Center at St. Philip’s College
  • December 18, 2019 at 9:45 am & 11:10 am – H-E-B Performance Hall, The Tobin Center
  • December 19, 2019 at 9:45 am – H-E-B Performance Hall, The Tobin Center
  • December 20, 2019 at 9:45 am & ¡11:10 am! – H-E-B Performance Hall, The Tobin Center

The Children’s Ballet of San Antonio, Vanessa Bessler, artistic director
The Classic Theatre of San Antonio, Kelly Roush, artistic director
Miss Anastasia of The Twig Book Shop and Carmen Tafollanarrators
Noam Aviel, conductor
Presented in partnership with The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts

¡PLEASE NOTE!: the Dec. 11, 11:10 am and Dec. 20, 11:10 am performances will be bilingual presentations with interwoven English and Spanish. All other Tobin Center performances of this program will be in English only.



Join us for an unforgettable experience featuring your San Antonio Symphony in a multi-sensory presentation with The Children’s Ballet of San Antonio and The Classic Theatre of San Antonio.

Attending schools and groups are encouraged to participate in the QWILL Language Arts program with which we have partnered for this production to provide a more in-depth, cross-curricular experience:  The QWILL (Quality Writing Inspires Lifelong Learning) Language Arts curriculum is a ground-breaking resource for teaching communication skills, critical thinking, cooperative learning, character development, media literacy, and a host of SEL and life skills – in a way that is innovative, cross-curricular, arts-infused, TEKS-aligned, distance-learning friendly, founded in classic literature, and engaging for both the teacher and the student. Our directly-related and culminating Young People’s Concert experience seeks to provide students with a deeper, richer, multi-sensory experience that touches on a range of art forms while aligning directly to the material detailed in the QWILL resource.

For more information about QWILL and how your school can participate, please contact:

Jeremy Brimhall, Director of Education | (210) 554-1006 |

For available teaching materials and concert playlists for this concert program, visit our Teachers’ Lounge.

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