LANG LANG IN RECITAL

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[ March 2, 2015; ] March 2, 2015 7:30 p.m.
H-E-B Performance Hall at The Tobin Center
Lang Lang, piano

“Lang Lang is a rock star.” – The Wall Street Journal

“The hottest artist on the classical music planet.” -The New York Times

Lang Lang has played sold-out recitals and concerts in every major city in the world. He has the honor of being the [...]

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Best available seats from $19

From Star Wars to Beethoven to The Nutcracker!  Best Available Seats from $19!
When you choose 3 or more concerts in our 2014-2015 Season.
 For a very limited time, you are invited to choose 3 or more concerts from over 60 great performances and pay only $19 each for Economy seating, $39 for Choice Seating or $59 [...]

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SLL — Mahler Symphony No. 2, “Resurrection” | Oct. 10-11, 2014

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Halloween Spooktacular Ticket Reservation Form

Sunday, October 26, 2014 | 3:00 pm
Pre-Concert Activities for Kids and Instrument Petting Zoo begin at 2:00 pm
STORIES FOR A DARK AND STORMY NIGHT begin at 2:00 pm
One-hour concert performance begins at 3:00 pm
Laurie Auditorium at Trinity University
Akiko Fujimoto, conductor | Bernadette Nason, storyteller and narrator
The ticket reservation form for this concert is temporarily unavailable [...]

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Beverly Harnish Bias

Beverly Harnish Bias, born and raised right here in San Antonio, received her Bachelor’s degree from Rice University and her Master’s degree from Indiana University.  Atar Arad was her teacher through both degrees.  Beverly joined the Knoxville Symphony in 1993, becoming principal viola in 1996. While in KNoxville, she also taught at the University of TN. [...]

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Allison Bates

Allison Bates is currently the Assistant Librarian and Personnel Assistant with the San Antonio Symphony. She was previously the Assistant Performance Librarian at the Manhattan School of Music and Assistant Librarian for the Columbia University Orchestra. She has also been the Orchestra Library Apprentice at the Santa Fe Opera, and the Aspen Chamber Symphony Librarian [...]

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Adedeji Ogunfolu

Adedeji Bailes Ogunfolu hails from Washington D.C.  Ogunfolu attended the University of Maryland, College park for two years before graduating from the Curtis Institute of Music with a Bachelor of Music degree.  He graduated with a Master of Music degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.  Adedeji studied with Gregory Miller, Jennifer Montone, Adam [...]

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Target Field Trip Grants for 2015 Young People’s Concerts

DEADLINE TO APPLY: September 30, 2014
For public, private and charter schools attending 2015 San Antonio Symphony Young People’s Concerts, field trip grants to help cover transportation costs are available through the Target corporation of Target stores.
To apply, visit: https://targetfieldtripgrants.target.com/
The application is relatively short and only has four steps. To make it even [...]

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Dinner and transportation options

Texas de Brazil Churrascaria
313 E. Houston St. | (210) 299-1600 | texasdebrazil.com
Texas de Brazil is an authentic Brazilian-American churrascaria (steak house) that combines the cuisine of Southern Brazil with the generous spirit of Texas.  Call (210) 299-1600 for reservations.
 
LÜKE SAN ANTONIO | 125 E. Houston, SATX 78205For reservations call (210) 227-5853
Chef John Besh welcomes you [...]

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Patrick Montgomery

Patrick Montgomery is new to the San Antonio Symphony in 2014. He began his musical studies playing piano at the age of six and started on trombone at age twelve. In 2011, he completed his studies with David Jackson, graduating from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor’s degree in trombone performance. He then spent [...]

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