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Concert Schedule & Ticket
Saturday, November 5, 2022
The Murphey Performance Hall
Featuring Daniel del Pino, piano, & the San Angelo Symphony’s all female Chorus directed by Robert Stovall
In this spectacular multimedia event, the San Angelo Symphony performs Holst’s The Planets as images provided by Dr. Kenneth Carrell, Director of the ASU University Planetarium, are brought to life in vivid form on a giant screen above the orchestra. Not to be outdone, one of the leading Spanish concert pianists in the international scene, Daniel del Pino, takes the stage alongside the orchestra performing Grieg’s Concerto in A minor for Piano and Orchestra, culminating in an evening of music not to be missed!
Concert Sponsor: Mr. J Mark McLaughlin
Guest Artist & Chorus Sponsors: Mr. Don & Mrs. Bette Allison
A MERRY LITTLE HOLIDAY POPS
Saturday, December 3, 2022
The Murphey Performance Hall
There’s no place like the Murphey Performance Hall during the holidays! The festive tradition continues with the San Angelo Symphony performing all of your seasonal favorites of beloved traditional and popular music, including the very merry singalong. Sprinkle in a little yuletide cheer, and there is nothing quite like it!!
Concert Sponsors: Dr. Dale & Mrs. Ellen McDonald
Guest Artist Sponsors: Mr. David & Mrs. Judith Hirschfeld
THE SPIRIT OF DJANGO REINHARDT
Saturday, January 28, 2023
The Murphey Performance Hall
Featuring Eduardo Belo, upright bass, Julien Labro, accordion, Max O’Rourke, guitar, Sam Sadigursky, saxophone, and Olli Soikkeli, guitar
The San Angelo Symphony Orchestra takes the stage with special guest artists,
Julien Labro, Max O’Rourke, Sam Sadigursky, Olli Soikkeli and Eduardo Belo
for an evening of music by the pioneer of the jazz guitar, Django Reinhardt.
Maestro Guzmán skillfully continues the evening with Gershwin’s sparkling
Girl Crazy Overture and Cole Porter’s masterful Medley. Don’t miss this special
crossover style concert!
Concert Sponsors: Mr. Richard & Mrs. Betty Mayer
WEST SIDE STORY
Saturday, February 25, 2023
The Murphey Performance Hall
Celebrate over 60 years of this iconic film, as the San Angelo Symphony Orchestra plays Leonard Bernstein’s electrifying score live while the re-mastered film is shown in high-def on the big screen with the original vocals and dialog intact. Winner of ten Academy Awards®, the film, directed by Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins, features Robbins’ choreography, screenplay by Ernest Lehman, book by Arthur Laurents and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim.
West Side Story © 1961 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. All rights reserved. © A.M.P.A.S.
Concert Sponsor: Mrs. Elta Joyce McAfee, and The Art & Eva Camuñez Tucker Foundation
THE GATLIN BROTHERS
Saturday, March 25, 2023
ASU Junell Center
The Gatlin Brothers’ close family harmonies have given this country trio a signature sound that has kept them at the top of the entertainment industry for more than 60 years. Their storybook career includes a string of No. 1 records and such country classics as “All the Gold in California,” “Broken Lady,” and “Love Is Just a Game.” Don’t miss this evening of music gold featuring your San Angelo Symphony alongside country music legends, the Gatlin Brothers
Concert Sponsor: First Financial Bank
Guest Artist Sponsors: Mr. Lee & Mrs. Candyce Pfluger and Mr. Steven & Pollyanna Stephens
If you like great company, fine dining and fabulous experiences, the San Angelo Symphony offers an annual Dinner Series that includes three themed parties throughout the season hosted in various San Angelo homes. Guests are treated to a night of fun at each event with proceeds benefiting the organization’s artistic programming and educational initiatives.
Santa's Musical Workshop
Back by popular demand, the San Angelo Symphony gets into the holiday spirit with the fifth annual Santa’s Musical Workshop. Santa’s elves will open up shop with a variety of holiday crafts for all to enjoy and local musicians will present at the interactive Instrument Petting Zoo.
Saturday, December 10, 2022
10:00 – 12:00 PM
Bentwood Country Club
Tour of Tables
The San Angelo Symphony’s Tour of Tables will showcase imaginative table settings displayed in a variety of “outdoor” settings and designs. In keeping with the spirit of this unique luncheon, table hosts are encouraged to decorate their space creatively and have fun with it. More information coming soon!
Polo on the Concho
Save the Date for this exciting event! More information coming soon!
Ticket & Reservation Policies
- Individual ticket sales: All sales are final and tickets are non-refundable.
- Individual Dinner Series and special event reservation sales: All reservations are final and tickets are non-refundable.
- Can’t use your tickets? If you can’t attend a concert and you’re unable to find a friend who will use your ticket(s), you may donate them back to the Symphony no later than 5pm on Friday of the concert weekend. We will issue a tax-deductible donation receipt for your donation. We’ll make every effort to re-sell your unused ticket(s). Please give the staff as much notice as possible. Please note: We are unable to accept unused tickets as donations after the concert has begun or the following week.
- Season subscriptions: Season subscriptions are non-refundable and all sales are final. If you experience a rare life-event, such as moving out of the area or illness, we may make an exception on a case-by-case basis. Please contact the Symphony office with any questions.
- Tax-deductible donations: Tax-deductible donations and gifts are non-refundable.
- Lost your ticket(s)? No problem. We’ll reprint one for you at no charge. Please contact the Symphony office prior to the evening of the concert and we will hold the ticket(s) at Will Call on the evening of the performance.
- Box Office and Online Ticketing Fees: The following fees apply when you purchase tickets at the box office or order tickets/subscriptions online:
- Box Office or Online Subscription Patron Membership or Season Ticket Orders: A per-order $5 printing fee is charged and passed along to the consumer.
- Box Office or Single Ticket Online Orders: A per-ticket online convenience $5 fee is charged and passed along to the consumer.
- NSF Policy: A $25 charge will be incurred by the patron for any check returned to the SASS. This amount must be paid in cash in person at the Symphony office.
The Elta Joyce Murphey Hall and Stage
at City Auditorium
Stephen Arena Junell Center
at Angelo State Univesity
Can I bring food and drink to the concert?
Drinks are permitted in the Murphey Performance Hall and the Angelo State University Junell Center. Food is not allowed in the Murphey Performance Hall and it is ONLY permitted in the Junell Center if seated at one of the First Financial Bank Family Pops Tables.
Do you offer reserved seating?
The San Angelo Symphony offers reserved seating through season subscriptions and for
individual performances in the Murphey Performance Hall and the Angelo State University
Junell Center. For more information, please call the Symphony office at (325) 658-5877.
When I go to a concert I am not sure when to applaud. When is it appropriate to applaud?
What is the San Angelo Symphony's refund policy?
Ticket Refund Policy
Individual ticket sales, Dinner Series, and Special Event Reservations: All sales are final and tickets/reservations are non-refundable.
Can’t use your ticket? If you can’t attend a concert and you’re unable to find a friend who will use your ticket(s), you may donate back to the Symphony no later than 5pm on Friday of the concert weekend. You can call the Symphony office at (325) 658-5877. We will issue a tax-deductible donation receipt for your donation. We’ll make every effort to re-sell your unused ticket. Please give us as much notice as possible.
Please note: we are unable to accept unused tickets as donations after the concert has begun, or the following week.
Season subscriptions: Season subscriptions are non-refundable and all sales are final. If you experience a rare life-event, such as moving out of the area or illness, we may make an exception to the rule on a case-by-case basis. Please contact us using the contact form on this site, and we’ll review the case.
Tax-deductible donations: Tax-deductible donations and gifts are non-refundable.
Lost your ticket? No problem. We’ll reprint one for you at no charge. You can call the Symphony office at (325) 658-5877 and we will hold it at Will Call on the evening of the performance.
Where is the Murphey Performance Hall?
The Murphey Performance Hall is located in City Hall, downtown San Angelo, on 72 W. College.
I have purchased a table at the First Financial Family Pops Concert. Do I need to have a ticket for each of my guests?
Yes, each person sitting at the table will need to have their own concert ticket. Tables and tickets are sold at the Symphony office. For more information, please call the Symphony office at (325) 658-5877.
Can I bring my child to the concert? Does my child need a ticket?
The San Angelo Symphony encourages families to attend our concerts and special events. We are proud to offer a multitude of events for families to choose from. Both single and season tickets are available for children 12 and under. Children ages 2 and under do not need a ticket as long as they remain in the lap of an adult. As a reminder for parents, not all events will be best suited for the entire family. For more information, please call the Symphony office at (325) 658-5877.
What do I wear to the concert?
Church or business attire is recommended, but not required at regular concerts. The attire for the First Financial Bank FamilyPops Concert tends to be more formal. For details on attire for Symphony Special Events, please call the Symphony office at (325) 658-5877.
Where can I get tickets?
Tickets are available at the Symphony Office located at 72 West College Ave on the mezzanine level, or on our website. You can also purchase tickets by calling our office at 325-658-5877.
What are the Symphony's Box Office and Online Ticket Fees?
Ticket & Subscription Processing Fees
A $5 processing fee will be applied to all ticket or subscription orders done online, over the phone, in-person, or at the Box Office. NSF Policy: A $35 charge will be incurred by the patron for any check returned to the SASS. This amount must be paid in cash in person at the Symphony office.
Where is the First Financial Bank Family Pops Concert?
The First Financial Bank Family Pops Concert takes place at the Junell Center located on Angelo State University’s campus.
What is the age requirement for senior tickets?
Senior tickets are 65+.