Classical Music Events in San Antonio

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CMI Summer Concert #3

Thu., June 20, 7:30 p.m.
UTSA Buena Vista Theater 501 W. César Chávez Blvd., San Antonio San Antonio

Buy Tickets$10-$29


Concurrent with the Classical Music Institute's 4th Annual Summer Music Education program, the 2019 summer concert series will feature CMI artist faculty in ensemble and chamber orchestra performing works by J.S. Bach, Amy Beach, Fanny Mendelssohn, Louise Farrenc, Dora Pejacevic, and others. (210) 223-8624

A Concerto Evening

Sat., June 22, 7:30 p.m.
Ruth Taylor Recital Hall One Trinity Place, San Antonio San Antonio

Buy Tickets$10-$29


Concurrent with the Classical Music Institute's 4th Annual Summer Music Education program, the 2019 summer concert series will feature CMI artist faculty in ensemble and chamber orchestra performing works by J.S. Bach, Amy Beach, Fanny Mendelssohn, Louise Farrenc, Dora Pejacevic, and others. (210) 223-8624

The Legend of Big Bend

Sat., June 22, 8-10 p.m.
Brick at Blue Star 108 Blue Star, San Antonio Southtown

Buy Tickets$15

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Orchestral rock group Montopolis turns west Texas tales into song in this concert inspired by Big Bend National Park. The performance weaves science, history, poetry and personal stories into music inspired by the land and the people that have walked upon it. The music and story are accompanied by a breathtaking video that captures the epic grandeur of the vast high desert wilderness. Montopolis combines country, folk, and rock styles into modern classical arrangements the Austin Chronicle has called "stunning" and "transcendent". The musicians include members of the Austin Symphony, Okkervil River, The Polyphonic Spree and the Tosca String Quartet.

Lone Star Philarhmonic: Inaugural Concert

Sun., June 23, 7-8:30 p.m.

Buy Tickets$10-$20


@ St. Padre Pio, 3843 Bulverde
This is the launch of a brand new orchestra in San Antonio, conducted by Richard Castillo. The program includes Dvořak's eighth symphony and Rachmaninoff's second piano concerto, with soloist Zachary Ridgway.

American Originals

Thu., July 4, 3-4:30 p.m.
Laurie Auditorium 1 Trinity Place, San Antonio San Antonio


The Heart of Texas Concert Band presents "American Originals" showcasing music by American Composers. The concert will be lead by James Worman, Guest Conductor and will Feature the Cedar Mountain Chorale. (210) 860-3177

Cactus Pear Music Festival - BULGARIAN BAD BOYZ, BRAHMS & BEER

Wed., July 10, 6-7 p.m.
Sheraton Gunter Hotel 205 E. Houston St., San Antonio San Antonio


Bulgarian Bad Boyz will take place at the historic Gunter Hotel Bar 414 during Happy Hour. Bulgarian Bad Boyz, Brahms & Beer features the dynamic duo of Lachezar Kostov and Viktor Valkov with violinist Stephanie Sant’Ambrogio. Delivering a high octane program of short classics (including the outer movements of Brahms’ Trio No. 2 in C). Doors open at 4pm and the concert begins at 6pm. (210) 838-2218

Cactus Pear Music Festival-Into The Twilight

Fri., July 12, 7-9:30 p.m.
Trinity Baptist Church 319 E. Mulberry, San Antonio San Antonio

Buy Tickets$5-$28


Into The Twilight begins with a gem of the string quartet genre, Schubert’s stormy Quartettsatz in C minor led by former Miro Quartet member, the brilliant violinist Sandy Yamamoto. Richard Strauss’ epic tone poem Don Quixote, about the Spanish noblemen who believes he is a chivalrous knight, follows in an arrangement for sextet. Baltimore Symphony Associate Principal Cello Lachezar Kostov “plays” the hero, and his squire is embodied in the viola by Chicago Lyric Opera Principal Carol Cook. The second half opens with American living composer John Harbison’s evocative Twilight Music for piano, violin and horn featuring Jeff Garza. (210) 838-2218

Cactus Pear Music Festival - Baying at the Moon: Beethoven & Beyond

Sat., July 13, 7-9:30 p.m.
Trinity Baptist Church 319 E. Mulberry, San Antonio San Antonio

Buy Tickets$5-$28


Baying at the Moon: Beethoven & Beyond features the timeless “Moonlight” Piano Sonata performed by Bulgarian pianist Viktor Valkov in his CPMF debut. Dmitri Shostakovich’s Viola Sonata, inspired by Beethoven’s aforementioned work follows; this was his last composition, which the Russian composer completed just four days before his passing. It is a powerful, austere work expressing sentiments of death and dying. The concert comes full circle when we close with the delightful and rarely performed Sextet for two horns by Ludwig van Beethoven. (210) 838-2218

Cactus Pear Music Festival - Goethe Have Music!

Fri., July 19, 7-9:30 p.m.
Trinity Baptist Church 319 E. Mulberry, San Antonio San Antonio

Buy Tickets$5-$28


Goethe Have Music! Pianist Scott Cuellar will take the stage with Jeffrey Sykes in Mozart’s celebrated Sonata in D for piano four-hands from 1772. Maurice Ravel “imitated” one of Mozart’s rondos from a piano four-hand sonata when he wrote his Sonata for violin and cello 150 years later in 1922. Violinist Ellen dePasquale and cellist Jonah Kim will dazzle us with their flying fingers on their four hands in this virtuosic work of the 20th century.Baritone Timothy Jones will regale us with selected songs by Hugo Wolf, texts by Möricke and Goethe. (210) 838-2218

Cactus Pear Music Festival - French Roast - FREE

Sat., July 20, 3-4 p.m.
Tripoint 3233 N St. Marys St, San Antonio San Antonio

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The Casual Classix French Roast program will be presented for free at the Tripoint Summer Moon Coffee Bar on the last Saturday afternoon of the festival. Beginning with Claude Debussy’s glorious late Violin Sonata with piano, this petite programme highlights some of France’s greatest contributions to the chamber music genre. Four selected songs by Henri Duparc follow the Debussy, and the concert comes to a final climax with one of the most celebrated piano trios of all time, the Ravel Piano Trio in A Minor. Magnifique! (210) 838-2218

Cactus Pear Music Festival - Romancing the Notes

Sat., July 20, 7-9:30 p.m.
Trinity Baptist Church 319 E. Mulberry, San Antonio San Antonio

Buy Tickets$5-$28


Romancing the Notes is an offering of rich romantic repertoire from the 19th & 20th centuries, including Rebecca Clarke’s miniature I’ll Bid My Heart Be Still for viola & piano. Clarke’s rarely heard Dumka for violin, viola and piano follows and the first half concludes with Fryderyk Chopin’s monumental Cello Sonata in G Minor. The San Antonio audiences will have the opportunity to hear the premiere of Judth Lynn Stillman’s YAP Commission—Small Step, Giant Leap: A Lunar Fantasy to commemorate the 50th anniversary (to the very day) of America landing on the moon on July 20, 1969. (210) 838-2218

Cactus Pear Music Festival - YAP Concert - FREE

Sun., July 21, 3 p.m.
Trinity Baptist Church 319 E. Mulberry, San Antonio San Antonio


2019 Fellows won their auditions to participate in CPMF’s tuition-free, 2½ week intensive chamber music workshop mentored by the festival professionals and Education Director Craig Sorgi. After completing their internship and having many opportunities during that time to publicly share their gifts, they bring their full program to Trinity Baptist for an afternoon concert performance. Calling themselves Opuntia Opus 7, the ensemble will perform a diverse program of works by Brahms, Beethoven, Schumann, Strauss, Haydn, Giardini, Faure, Enescu, and will perform Judith Lynn Stillman’s YAP-commissioned “Small Step, Giant Leap: A Lunar Fantasy” celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Moon Landing. (210) 838-2218

Mozart Festival Texas 2019

Sat., July 27, 8-10 p.m., Sun., July 28, 3-5 p.m., Sat., Aug. 3, 8-10 p.m. and Sun., Aug. 4, 3-5 p.m.

Buy Tickets$15-$115

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@ University of The Incarnate Word Concert Hall, 4301 Broadway St. San Antonio, Texas. 78209
The Mozart Festival in Texas' 2019 Season consists of 4 concerts: 2 Chamber and 2 Orchestra. Located at UIW, the festival will host world-class musicians to play classical music concerts by Mozart and his contemporaries for the community to experience! The prices vary from $15 - $40 (per concert) and $95 - $115 (Season Ticket). (210) 844-3236

Puccini's Tosca

Thu., Sept. 12, 7:30 p.m. and Sat., Sept. 14, 7:30 p.m.
Tobin Center for the Performing Arts 100 Auditorium Circle, San Antonio River Walk

Buy Tickets$38.50-$187.50

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Puccini’s opera Tosca is the tragedy of a great actress who has “lived for art.” Because of her love for the young artist and revolutionary Cavaradossi, she falls victim to the evil machinations of Scarpia, head of the secret police. The production, using sets from the Seattle Opera, is directed by the distinguished young director E. Loren Meeker, who previously directed The Barber of Seville and La Boheme for OPERA San Antonio in the Tobin Center. (210) 223-8624

David Bromberg Quintet

Wed., Nov. 6, 7:30 p.m.
Tobin Center for the Performing Arts 100 Auditorium Circle, San Antonio River Walk


Americana godfather David Bromberg incredible journey spans five-and-a-half decades, and includes his adventures with Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Jerry Garcia, and music and life lessons from seminal blues guitarist Reverend Gary Davis. Bromberg’s mastery of several stringed instruments and multiple styles is legendary, leading Dr. John to declare him an American icon. In producing John Hartford’s hugely influential Aereo-Plain LP, Bromberg even co-invented a genre called Newgrass. (210) 223-8624

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