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San Antonio Symphony

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dkarcherbrady wrote a review Jan 2019
Tyler, Texas38 contributions8 helpful votes
Mahler's 9th was a concert packaged for a season ticket holder. Knowing Mahler was not entertaining, I went. I also invited a friend over 75. There are massive street blockages in downtown San Antonio, but we finally arrived at the Tobin Center Parking garage and parked on the 4th floor only to learn the elevator was inoperable and we had to do stairs then walk 2 blocks. The Tobin Center itself is fairly well laid out. But the performance then announced there would be no intermission. Previously I had taken children to Jurassic Park concert by the SA Symphony and it was horrible.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Sanantonio_TXAlR wrote a review Jun 2018
San Antonio, Texas28 contributions9 helpful votes
Second time to see the symphony at the Tobin Center -- once as a classical performance and the next was pops. Both visits were as couples. Orchestra is first class and does a tremendous job. Both performances were introduced and provided detail for even more enjoyment. Theater is very comfortable and the staff does a great job in seating and are all very personal and friendly. Parking grarage and theater entrance well equipped for handicapped. You will be well pleased nd look forward to a return visit.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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betty R wrote a review Jan 2018
Universal City, Texas87 contributions29 helpful votes
I was able to relish in our SA Symphony while experiencing the Tricentennial Celebration. Sebastian Lang-Lessing and Ana Maria Martinez along with the SA Symphony were amazing. Such beauty and culture in our heritage rich city....Everyone must take time and enjoy what our beautiful city has to offer. I was moved beyond belief. Bravisimo!
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Date of experience: January 2018
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Cynthia R wrote a review Jun 2017
Fort Mohave, Arizona125 contributions29 helpful votes
Olympic Fanfare, Theme from Jurassic Park, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Suite, Raider of the Lost Ark, A prayer for Peace from Munich, Adventures from Earth from ET, and Star Wars Suite, The Phantom Menace and The force Awakens. All beautifully done.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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SoCa1l26 wrote a review Nov 2015
Los Angeles, California236 contributions121 helpful votes
We went to a piano concerto with the symphony and it was fun. The venue (Tobin Center) is modern and pretty. The music sounded great and wasn't too stuffy a show. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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