Music Director Akiko Fujimoto

We are inextricably woven into the cultural fabric of the lives in our communities.

Mid-Texas Symphony's April 5, 2020 Concert, Rhythm of Life, canceled.

To help protect the health and safety of Mid-Texas Symphony patrons, musicians, and staff, we have made the difficult decision to cancel our concert Rhythm of Life on April 5th. Additionally, we want to be compliant with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations to cancel or suspend gatherings of groups of more than 50 people. There are no options or considerations to reschedule this concert for a later date.

Below are options for ticket holders:

  • Donate the value of your ticket back to the Mid-Texas Symphony. You will receive a tax receipt for the value of your ticket. As a non-profit organization, we rely on our audience. We especially appreciate your support during this time. The Mid-Texas Symphony sincerely thanks you for your donation.
  • Exchange your tickets for a voucher, which can be used at any time for tickets to a future concert. This voucher cannot be used for fund raising events or Christmas Dinner reservations.
  • Other options For all other ticketing options, email our Box Office. Click here to email the boxoffice.

You may contact us to discuss your selected option by email or by phone at (830)463-5353 during operating hours: Monday–Friday 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Thank you for your patience as we manage a higher call volume during this time.

We truly enjoy bringing these concerts to you, and we regret having to cancel this last opportunity this season. However, Akiko has planned a wonderful 2020-2021 season which we will announce soon; and we look forward to seeing you again in September. As always, we appreciate your support. Stay safe.

- Jason Irle, Executive Director

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The Mid-Texas Symphony is our area’s only professional orchestra. For 42 years, Mid-Texas Symphony has and continues to engage, enrich, educate and entertain all communities in Central Texas with orchestral music.

We engage our community by offering the world’s greatest music by composers such as Mozart, Beethoven and Bach.

Each season, 15,000 patrons and students experience a Mid-Texas Symphony concert.

Mid-Texas Symphony’s 2019-20 Season here! Tickets on sale now.

The new season sees the Mid-Texas Symphony connecting with the surrounding communities in new ways, featuring great guest artists and showcasing the wonderful talents of the orchestra through exceptional symphonic literature, old and new, and from different corners of the world. We are excited to share it with everyone.

The 2019-20 season features several guest artists including contralto Ana Maria Ugarte and violinist Eric Gratz. Ugarte has performed around the world as a soloist in many of the great oratorio and orchestral works including Vivaldi’s Gloria; Israel in Egypt by G. F. Handel, Duruflé’s Requiem and El Amor Brujo by Manuel de Falla. Gratz is known for his charismatic stage presence, intelligent musicianship and effortless technique and is described as “spellbinding…a disciplined musician beyond his years,” by the San Antonio Express-News. Other guest artists include the New Braunfels Gemischter Chor Harmonie, a children’s chorus from the Seguin-area, string students from Smithson Valley High School and local Suzuki students.

The 2019-20 Season concerts are:

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