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:
The application is relatively short and only has four steps. To make it even [...]

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Dinner and transportation options for Renée Fleming

Parking and street access around the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts will be limited on Saturday, September 20th because of Jazz’SAlive in Travis Park and an outside concert on the Tobin Center Plaza.
Dinner packages that include FREE transportation are available through the Plaza Club, Lüke San Antonio and Biga on the Banks.  Click on the restaurant [...]

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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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Beth Breslin

Beth Breslin received her Bachelor of Music degrees in Viola Performance and Music History from Oberlin College and Conservatory where she studied with Peter Slowik, and Master of Music degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music as a student of Robert Vernon.
Following her studies, Beth won a position in the New World Symphony, an orchestral [...]

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2014 San Antonio Symphony Matching Challenge

The San Antonio Symphony League has issued a $100,000 matching grant to help the Symphony start our first season in the Tobin Center in a strong financial position. For every $2 we raise from donors like you, the Symphony League will contribute $1. That means $300,000 in support for the San Antonio Symphony!
The success of [...]

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Bernadette Nason

Award-winning English storyteller/actress/writer, Bernadette Nason has performed all over the world. She is acclaimed both for her spirited re-telling of multicultural folktales and for her personal stories pulled from the contrasting lifestyles of places she’s lived: England, Africa, Arabia and America. She brings stories to life with facial expressions, character voices and amazing [...]

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[ September 4, 2014; ] Celebration of the Arts in San Antonio

September 4, 2014, 7:30 p.m.
H-E-B Performance Hall at the Tobin Center
Members of the San Antonio Symphony | Ballet San Antonio | OPERA San Antonio

Celebrate history at the first public performance in The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts!

Be among the first to sit in the new seats of the [...]

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YPC Series “A” – Tuesdays and a Friday @ 9:45 am

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Series A includes tickets to the following performance dates:
YPC 1 – The Planets°
Friday, November 21, 2014 @ 9:45 am
YPC 2 – Romeo and Juliet
Tuesday, March 3, 2015 @ 9:45 am
YPC 3 – Billy [...]

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