Search TXNP
txnp temp ad

< More Press Releases

Friday, November 24, 2017

Share: facebooktwitterdigg

Hear more than 200 choral singers, 80 musicians and 4 amazingsoloists perform Verdi's Requiem this weekend!
San Antonio Symphony

April, 2013

Forward to a friend

THIS WEEKEND: VERDI'S REQUIEM FEATURING OVER 200 CHORAL SINGERS AND FOUR OUTSTANDING SOLOISTS
VERDI'S REQUIEM
Ana María Martínez, soprano
Ana María Martínez, soprano
April 12 & 13, 2013, 8:00 p.m. | Majestic Theatre
Sebastian Lang-Lessing, conductor
Ana María Martínez, soprano | Géraldine Chauvet, mezzo-soprano
Dimitri Pittas, tenor | Lester Lynch, baritone

San Antonio Symphony Mastersingers
University of Texas at San Antonio Concert Choir, John Silantien, director
Trinity University Choir, Gary Seighman, director

Verdi Messa da Requiem

An experience not to be missed, this weekend the San Antonio Symphony performs Guiseppe Verdi’s greatest orchestral masterpiece, the Requiem Mass. From the terrifying Dies Irae to moments of great tenderness, Verdi’s Requiem explores emotions from loss and sorrow to forgiveness and mercy. This spiritual performance will include over 200 choral singers from three local choruses and four outstanding soloists, including world-renowned soprano, Ana María Martínez, all led by Maestro Sebastian Lang-Lessing.

Please note: There will not be an intermission during this ninety-minute performance

Tickets from $12 | $8 students

Click here for program notes.

This concert is sponsored by the Catherine and Francis Burzik Foundation.

To purchase tickets, visit sasymphony.org, ticketmaster.com or call (210) 554-1010.

FIESTA BAROQUE
Akiko Fujimoto, conductor
Akiko Fujimoto, conductor

April 21, 2013, 7:00 p.m. | San Fernando Cathedral
Akiko Fujimoto, conductor
Hideaki Okada, oboe | Sayaka Okada, violin

Purcell from The Fairy Queen
Rameau from Les Indes galantes
Bach Concerto in C minor for Oboe, Violin, and String Orchestra
Handel from Water Music, Suites 2 and 3

What do Fiesta and Baroque music have in common? Kings & queens, and parties on the river! Enjoy some of the most festive music to come out of the Baroque period, including Water Music by Handel, dances from Rameau’s opera Les Indes Galantes, and Purcell’s Fairy Queen. A husband-and-wife duo from the Symphony, Assistant Principal Oboe Hideaki Okada and second violinist Sayaka Okada, will be featured in Bach's the Double Concerto for Violin & Oboe.


San Antonio Symphony
130 East Travis Street, Suite 550
San Antonio, Texas 78205
(210) 554-1010 box office / (210) 554-1008 fax
email: tickets@sasymphony.org

Quick Links
Contact Us | sasymphony.org | Donate | Purchase Single Tickets | Restaurants | Parking/Directions

Donate Button
 
connect with us twitterfacebookyoutubeblog


rss 

Your TXNP Weekly E-Newsletter is made possible by the generosity of:

FROST in many Texas cities
THE SID RICHARDSON FOUNDATION in Fort Worth


TXNP Professional Members Are Dedicated to Texas and Texans.

Aurora Grants & Consulting |Dawson Murray Teague Communications | ELITE Research | FOR THE PHILANTHROPIST | Graystone Consulting | J A Churchill Associates | John F. Lewis PC | McConnell & Jones LLC



Sign up for your personal TXNP E-Newsletter

at-t Meadows Foundation express news HOBLITZELLE FOUNDATION v greenly zachry foundation w b h b bank of america southwest airlines Sid W. Richardson Foundation forst