Mozart's Posthorn Symphony was written for the annual graduation ceremonies of the University of Ssalzburg. It shares the program with Hanson's "Romantic" Symphony, and one of the most popular piano concertos of the Romantic era - Rachmaninoff's Concerto No. 2.
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How and where do I pick up the reserved tickets for my group?
On the Monday before the concert you are reserving for, please call (210) 554-1010 to confirm your final headcount, be sure to include both students and adults who will be attending. Tickets will be available to be picked up starting two hours before the concert at The Tobin Center Box Office located at 100 Auditorium Circle.
Who can attend?
This free reservation form is only applicable to public middle and high school groups located in Bexar County. Tickets are available on a first come, first serve basis. Student groups should be accompanied by at least one adult for every ten students.
What can we bring with us?
Please note that the Tobin Center has a new "no backpack" policy. Backpacks are not allowed into the building. If your students bring backpacks with them, please be sure to have them leave the backpacks on the bus so as to avoid problems of getting in to the concert.
Can I update my registration information?
Yes. Please continue to update us with your most-accurate head count by calling (210) 554-1010. Please note however that adding additional seats at a later date may not be possible as tickets will be available on a first come, first serve basis.
Can we all sit together?
Although every effort will be made to seat your group together or as close to each other as possible, the box office will not be able to guarantee this depending on the size of your group and availability in the auditorium specific to each concert date. It will be important to bring at least one adult for every ten students so that each group of students can be seated with an adult.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
If arriving by bus, busses should turn onto Auditorium Circle from 4TH Street and unload directly in front of the main doors on the Performing Arts Plaza. Busses will need to park elsewhere downtown as there is no bus parking at the Center. A City Tour or School Bus Parking Map is available for download here: http://www.sanantonio.gov/ccdo/parking/bus.aspx
If arriving in cars, it will be necessary to park in a metered space or pay-to-park lot or garage. The Enter Lot on the corner of St. Mary’s and Lexington is the closest lot for paid parking. Additional parking information can be found at http://downtownsanantonio.org/park
Where can I find additional information about this event?
Please visit http://sasymphony.org/concerts-tickets/15-16-classics-concerts/2016-2017-valero-classics-series/
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Jeremy Brimhall | Director of Education | San Antonio Symphony
email@example.com | (210) 554-1006 | sasymphony.org
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
No. However, anyone can register to bring students.
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