Guest conductor and violinist Kolja Blacher leads the orchestra in two Mozart works: the "Linz" and the "Prague" symphonies. Blacher performs the violin concerto by Mendelssohn between the two symphonies.
The San Antonio Symphony invites school groups of middle, high school and college age to attend free-admission “Open Rehearsals” of the San Antonio Symphony in the new H-E-B Performance Hall at the Tobin Center. Students will observe how a professional ensemble rehearses while being exposed to masterpieces of our Classics Series repertoire and world-class guest artists. For more about Open Rehearsals for Students, please visit: http://sasymphony.org/education/open-rehearsals/
Where can I find additional information about this event?
Please visit: http://sasymphony.org/education/open-rehearsals/
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Open Rehearsal ushers will not be checking ID, but reservation in advance is required. Group or individual not appearing on the reservation list on rehearsal day will not be admitted to the auditorium. Only adults who are accompanying students will be admitted to Open Rehearsals, such as in the case of teachers, parents and chaperones. Attendance of children below middle school age is discouraged. Every attendee, regardless of age, must be included in your ticket count.
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://visitsanantonio.com/VisitSanAntonio/media/vsa-media/maps/SA_MC_Parking.pdf
If arriving by car, 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
What can/can't I bring to the event?
Please DO bring your ears, eyes, enthusiasm, curiosity and good concert etiquette. Absolutely no weapons or video equipment are allowed in the auditorium.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Jeremy Brimhall | Director of Education | San Antonio Symphony
firstname.lastname@example.org | (210) 554-1006 | sasymphony.org
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
No. However, anyone can register to bring students.
Can I update my registration information?
Yes. Please continue to update us with your most-accurate head count. Please note however that adding additional seats at a later date may affect your seating area.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No. It is helpful however when a printed email confirmation is presented at the door.
When & Where
SAN ANTONIO SYMPHONY
The mission of the San Antonio Symphony is to inspire and enrich the community by vigorously influencing the artistic fabric of San Antonio through excellent symphonic performance, education and service.
The San Antonio Symphony’s education programs strive to establish lifelong learning for all ages and segments of our diverse community by promoting the enjoyment, understanding and appreciation of symphonic music.