The San Antonio Symphony's musicians work to revive orchestra — this time with a viable future
'That's a decision by a group of people, but they cannot wipe out history, legacy, and heritage,' the orchestra's former music director Sebastian Lang-Lessing said of the Symphony Society's move.
By Abe Asher
Tags: Arts Stories & Interviews, Arts Feature, Classical Music, San Antonio, Texas, San Antonio Symphony, strike, musicians' strike, Symphony Society, dissolved, orchestra, symphony, symphony dissolved, bankruptcy, Symphony strike, Musicians of the San Antonio Symphony, MOSAS, music director emeritus, Sebastian Lang-Lessing, Mary Ellen Goree, Brian Petkovich, Mayor Ron Nirenberg, Judge Nelson Wolff, funding, fundraising, Tobin Center, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, labor dispute, musicians
Activist says San Antonio Report failed to correct reporting errors on Brackenridge Park tree plan
The owner of the Deceleration News blog said he supplied materials to the news outlet showing multiple errors in its reporting, but staffers only issued one correction.
Tags: San Antonio News, News Features, San Antonio, Texas, San Antonio Report, Brackenridge Park, trees, cut down trees, Brackenridge tree plan, Bob Rivard, Robert Rivard, op-ed, Greg Harman, Sierra Club, Deceleration News, factual errors, corrections, requested corrections, Leigh Munsil
What the McNay’s rejection of Sarah Fox’s work says about contemporary art in San Antonio
Tags: Arts Stories & Interviews, Visual Art, Arts Feature, San Antonio, Texas, McNay Art Museum, McNay, Sarah Fox, Marion Koogler McNay, Marion McNay, Jennifer Ling Datchuk, Xavier GiImore, Lisette Chavez, Alyssa Danna, Libby Rowe, art, contemporary art, video art, video, puppets, puppet show, sexual content, adult content, rejected, exhibition, rejection, C136, sexuality, women, feminism, censorship, San Antonio art, San Antonio artists, womanhood, sex, removal, removed artwork, Bad Bunny, commissioned
At San Antonio rally, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says Texas progressives can drive change
Tags: San Antonio News, U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, AOC, Greg Casar, Jessica Cisneros, Paper Tiger, rally, progressive, March primary, Unemployed Workers United, Henry Cuellar, FBI raid, Azerbaijan, special interests, Bernie Sanders, Rep. Lloyd Doggett, Rebecca viagran, National Hispanic Institute, political organizing, Latino Voters, Hispanic voters, Workers Defense Project, Austin City Council
The legacy of the San Antonio Symphony’s prolonged strike may be a diminished music community
Tags: Arts Stories & Interviews, San Antonio, Texas, San Antonio Symphony, Musicians of the San Antonio Symphony, MOSAS, Symphony Society, strike, ongoing strike, musicians strike, Symphony strike, Joseph Kneer, Corey Cowart, Mary Ellen Goree, Ken Freudigman, fundraising, revenue, labor issues, salary, pay, base pay, contract, contract dispute, mediation, benefits, health insurance, Kathleen Weir-Vale
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