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Fri14 Feb08:00:PM Majestic Theatre - San Antonio,San Antonio,TXSan Antonio Symphony: Back To The Future - Film With Live Orchestra
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Sun16 Feb07:00:PM Majestic Theatre - San Antonio,San Antonio,TXSan Antonio Symphony: The Ben Folds Orchestra Experience
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Fri21 Feb08:00:PM HEB Performance Hall At Tobin Center for the Performing Arts,San Antonio,TXSan Antonio Symphony: Ruth Reinhardt & Andrei Ionita - Dvorak's Cello Concerto
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Sat22 Feb08:00:PM HEB Performance Hall At Tobin Center for the Performing Arts,San Antonio,TXSan Antonio Symphony: Ruth Reinhardt & Andrei Ionita - Dvorak's Cello Concerto
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Fri13 Mar08:00:PM HEB Performance Hall At Tobin Center for the Performing Arts,San Antonio,TXSan Antonio Symphony: Brett Mitchell - Mozart & Ravel
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Sat14 Mar08:00:PM HEB Performance Hall At Tobin Center for the Performing Arts,San Antonio,TXSan Antonio Symphony: Brett Mitchell - Mozart & Ravel
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The San Antonio Symphony has planned a series of live shows in multiple cities and their next stop is your town. Witness the most melodious tunes this weekend as it performs in an arena near you. So do not wait and get your hands on the San Antonio Symphony tickets as soon as possible.

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About San Antonio Symphony

 
San Antonio Symphony is not a new name for music lovers as their journey of orchestral performances can be traced back to 1939. It was formed by Max Reiter, a conductor from Italy who when moved to America, decided to bring his influence and background that was rich in operatic sounds and symphonies. For a long time the orchestra held the honor of being one of its kind in the state of Texas. Through Reiter’s efforts, San Antonio Symphony gained immense popularity and became known for its astounding compositions. The quality of music and the scope of composers and performers improved considerably over time. The first label recordings for the orchestra came out in 1967. Over the years certain financial difficulties were faced by the company, but it was able to overcome them and even today enjoys great success and fame.
 
The proud legacy of San Antonio Symphony continues and Sebastian Lang Lessing is the current music director, who is proudly living up to the name of his predecessors. Performances continue to bedazzle audiences across the country, so do not miss the opportunity of witnessing the orchestra live; buy your San Antonio Symphony tickets. The performance will be accompanied by the Philharmonic Orchestra of Young Orchestras of San Antonio. The orchestra also holds the honor of being a member of the International Conference of Symphony Opera Musicians and most of its members are part of the American Federation of Musicians.
 
If you are a music lover who relishes quality musical performances then San Antonio Symphony is going to be the perfect experience. The rich history of the orchestra guarantees a night of melodic and pleasing symphonies coming from experienced musicians. All this can be witnessed without draining your pocket so don’t wait and purchase cheap San Antonio Symphony tickets right here. The orchestra has been performing in San Antonio’s Majestic Theatre for the past 71 years and has provided its listeners with countless nights of peaceful bliss. It is coming yet again to hit the most famous venue in town and to give all music lovers a chance to enjoy incredible melodies. The orchestra has fresh and invigorating performers such as Stacey Storer who brings a new zeal and life to the tunes. Anastasia “Stacey” Storer joined the orchestra in 2011. She has been critically acclaimed for her talent for “nuanced phrasing” as well as her ability to create voluptuous tonal hues. With the San Antonio Symphony, Storer has toured all across Asia and Europe. Having a great passion for the art, she also teaches and trains young and aspiring musicians. Another regular and acclaimed member of the orchestra is Jeff Garza. He has been a part of the ensemble since 2004 and has been lauded as a performer who masters a rare authority. Serving as the principal horn for San Antonio Symphony, he is a famed instructor and chamber performer who has been featured as a guest musician in many orchestras.
 
San Antonio Symphony Orchestra has a roster that comprises of many skilled violinists that includes Bonnie Terry, Philip Johnson, Laura Scalzo, Andrew Small, Karen Stiles, Megan McClendon and Aimee Toomes, among many others. As San Antonio Symphony performs in your city, make sure you get your tickets in advance to mark your attendance at the concert. The orchestra feels that it inspires its audience with its vigor and rejuvenates their souls with the best of symphonies and tunes. Don’t miss it for anything.

San Antonio Symphony Tickets PRICES

As of 26/01/2020 the average San Antonio Symphony tickets will cost you between $133 and $293, if you are looking for the cheapest seats then catch the event being held at the Majestic Theatre - San Antonio, San Antonio on 14/02/2020. The average ticket will cost you the highest on 14/03/2020 at the HEB Performance Hall At Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, San Antonio.
Minimum get in price is for San Antonio Symphony tickets is $50 for the event being held at the Majestic Theatre - San Antonio, San Antonio on 14/02/2020 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the HEB Performance Hall At Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, San Antonio on 21/02/2020 will set you back $52.

Event City Venue Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price (Minimum Price)
San Antonio Symphony: Back To The Future - Film With Live OrchestraSan AntonioMajestic Theatre - San Antonio14-Feb-20$133$50
San Antonio Symphony: The Ben Folds Orchestra ExperienceSan AntonioMajestic Theatre - San Antonio16-Feb-20$179$50
San Antonio Symphony: Ruth Reinhardt & Andrei Ionita - Dvorak's Cello ConcertoSan AntonioHEB Performance Hall At Tobin Center for the Performing Arts21-Feb-20$255$52
San Antonio Symphony: Ruth Reinhardt & Andrei Ionita - Dvorak's Cello ConcertoSan AntonioHEB Performance Hall At Tobin Center for the Performing Arts22-Feb-20$266$52
San Antonio Symphony: Brett Mitchell - Mozart & RavelSan AntonioHEB Performance Hall At Tobin Center for the Performing Arts13-Mar-20$287$50
San Antonio Symphony: Brett Mitchell - Mozart & RavelSan AntonioHEB Performance Hall At Tobin Center for the Performing Arts14-Mar-20$293$50