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The San Antonio Symphony Orchestra has been delighting audiences with their sumptuous LIVE performances since their initial debut in the late 19th century. Don't miss your chance to experience this breath-taking symphony LIVE! Buy your San Antonio Symphony Orchestra tickets today!
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San Antonio Symphony Orchestra Concert Tickets

From September through June each year, the residents of San Antonio, Texas, are treated to one of the finest symphony orchestras in the country. Playing out of the Majestic Theatre, the San Antonio Symphony provides hours of entertainment, running through the classic repertory while also incorporating some newer works from contemporary artists. You won't want to miss your chance to see these impresarios in person, so buy your San Antonio Symphony tickets today.

The initial version of the Symphony started in the late 19th century, and that long history has helped to make it one of the most well-respected and established groups of its kind in the United States. Even through the difficult times of the Great Depression and World War II, the Symphony was able to keep its doors open, providing entertainment for locals during one of the most troublesome eras in the country's history.

Over the years, the Symphony expanded, especially in the 1960s and 70s, and became internationally renowned. It also became a cultural touchstone in Texas, where for many years it was the only major symphony orchestra in the state.

Lovers of classical music and local culture still flock to the Symphony, and it has continued to be an important and vibrant part of San Antonio's culture.