Eventos Comunitarios

We Exist Of and For the Community

Nothing could be more important to our mission than connecting with the diverse people of our city! Accordingly, our Community Engagement Initiative is a multi-pronged effort that includes full-orchestra concerts at community venues around the city as well as individual musician visits to schools, libraries, hospitals, retirement communities and more. Apart from obvious exposure to our world-class musicians and the wonders of classical and symphonic music, one major goal of our Community Engagement Initiative is to improve the quality of life for people in our city, thereby creating a stronger community for all.

Community Concerts & Events

These events range in size from one musician to the full orchestra with soloists. The locations, prices, and times will vary.

Our Partner Programs

Experience children’s presentations with a mini-performance and a chance to learn how instruments work.

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Explore the language of music and how classical music can enhance creative expression through art. 

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SA Phil musicians visit public schoools with a SA Symphony League volunteer docent or an interactive presentation.

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Learn More About Our Latest Community Events

From San Antonio Report - Photo by Scott Ball - After a successful inaugural season, the San Antonio Philharmonic orchestra begins its second season Sept. 22 with its first executive director, Roberto Treviño, in place. Hired in June, the architect…

From San Antonio Magazine - Photo by Chris Stokes - As it opens its second season, the San Antonio Philharmonic hopes to carve a permanent place in the city’s cultural landscape. Before Randy and Pauline Glickman agreed to move to…

From News4A - The San Antonio Symphony was disbanded two years ago, but those determined to keep world-class music in our city came together to form the San Antonio Philharmonic (SA Phil). Read more here.

From San Antonio Express News - The San Antonio Philharmonic, which rose out of the demise of the San Antonio Symphony in 2022, has landed a new base of operations in what many might consider an unexpected place. It’s just over…

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 26, 2023 The board of directors of the San Antonio Philharmonic has taken the landmark step of naming an executive director. Its choice, Roberto Treviño, is an architect in private practice and former three-term District 1…

From San Antonio Report-  The musicians of the San Antonio Philharmonic have reached their first collective bargaining agreement with the American Federation of Musicians (AFM) union Local 23.  Texas Observer reporter Gus Bova tweeted about the agreement on Tuesday, and the musicians’ ratification was later confirmed…