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Tito Muñoz conducts Beethoven

First Baptist Church of San Antonio 515 McCullough Ave, San Antonio

San Antonio Philharmonic- Rising violin star and Itzhak Perlman protégé Randall Goosby brings his gifts to bear in a performance of Tchaikovsky’s ever popular Violin Concerto. Keeping the energy high, Tito Muñoz will lead the Philharmonic in Beethoven’s Symphony No. 4. Kicking off the night will be Buxtehude’s Chaconne in E Minor, reimagined in a...

$30 – $65
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Charles Floyd conducts “A Celebration of MLK for Dreamweek” with bass-baritone Timothy Jones

First Baptist Church of San Antonio 515 McCullough Ave, San Antonio

San Antonio Philharmonic- Celebrate with conductor Charles Floyd, San Antonio favorite bass-baritone Timothy Jones and the Philharmonic in a joyful DreamWeek homage to the life and work of legendary civil rights leader, Martin Luther King. Pops1, Jan. 27 & 28 Charles Floyd, conductor Timothy Jones, bass-baritone Charles Floyd photo credit: Christian Steiner

$30 – $65
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Andrew Grams conducts Mozart’s “Jupiter” Symphony

First Baptist Church of San Antonio 515 McCullough Ave, San Antonio

San Antonio Philharmonic- Join Andrew Grams and cellist Thomas Mesa for Divided—written specifically for Thomas by acclaimed composer Jessie Montgomery. Then, Thomas will perform SEVEN (for solo cello), a work composed for him by fellow cellist Andrea Casarrubios in recognition of the front-line workers of the global pandemic. The title alludes to New York’s daily...

$30 – $65
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David Cho At the Movies!

First Baptist Church of San Antonio 515 McCullough Ave, San Antonio

San Antonio Philharmonic- Prepare to relive and celebrate your favorite musical movie moments in 360◦ ‘surround sound’—fancy talk for “live and in-person!” While hot buttered popcorn is not included, we’re giving this one two thumbs up as we feature the music of the great composer John Williams. Pops 2, Feb. 24 & 25 David Cho,...

$30 – $65
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Brett Mitchell- National Flavors

First Baptist Church of San Antonio 515 McCullough Ave, San Antonio

San Antonio Philharmonic- Frequent guest conductor Brett Mitchell returns to San Antonio with internationally recognized, award-winning pianist William Wolfram for a performance of Liszt’s Romantic masterwork, the Piano Concerto No. 2. Before this stop in Hungary, our musical grand tour will include a visit to sunny Spain for Falla’s flamenco-tinged Suite No. 1 from The...

$30 – $65
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Kazem Abdullah conducts Barber and Mozart

First Baptist Church of San Antonio 515 McCullough Ave, San Antonio

San Antonio Philharmonic- The only thing better than a concert featuring works by Barber and Mozart is a concert featuring two works by these illustrious composers. The Philharmonic will share Barber’s Adagio for Strings—arguably his best-known work—which was originally the slow movement from his String Quartet, Op. 11. Then, because both Barber and Mozart were...

$30 – $65
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“A Fiesta Celebration!” with Ludwig Carrasco and Elena Durán

First Baptist Church of San Antonio 515 McCullough Ave, San Antonio

San Antonio Philharmonic- Let conductor Ludwig Carrasco, guest flautist Elena Durán, and the San Antonio Fiest-harmonic help get you into the Fiesta mood as we crack open a giant cascarón full of joyful musical confetti! You’ll be in good hands with this engaging pair of Mexican classical music superstars. A-huuu-aaaaaaaa, y’all!! Pops 3, April 21...

$30 – $65
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Noam Aviel conducts “Eroica”

First Baptist Church of San Antonio 515 McCullough Ave, San Antonio

San Antonio Philharmonic- Noam Aviel returns from her pandemic adventures abroad to lead the orchestra in a performance of an “old friend” – Beethoven’s revolutionary Symphony No. 3 “Eroica”. The program also includes works from Venezuela, Argentina, and Spain as we welcome award winning artists cellist Boris Andrianov and guitarist Dimitri Illarionov. The program includes...

$30 – $65
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Akiko Fujimoto with Jon Kimura Parker

First Baptist Church of San Antonio 515 McCullough Ave, San Antonio

San Antonio Philharmonic- Closing our season with a bang, San Antonio favorite Akiko Fujimoto joins world-renowned pianist Jon Kimura Parker for an expert rendering of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3. But first, Akiko introduces us to the pleasure of a new work by composer Carlos Simon entitled Fate Now Conquers. The work takes its inspiration...

$30 – $65