|The San Antonio Symphony performs at the JCC|
The JCC has hosted a variety of artists, including Allison Gregory, Kori Ashton, Ita BB, Omar Rodriguez, and the JCC's very own Glen Andrews II, among others, as well as a vast array of musical events featuring acclaimed musicians, including award winning pianists, the San Antonio Symphony, and the Symphony of the Incarnate Word. Throughout the year, the JCC features an eclectic range of Musical and Art events to enlighten, enrich, and entertain the community.
Akiko Fujimoto, conductor
Jeff Garza, French horn
Come immerse yourself in the mysterious sounds of La foresta incantata (The Enchanted Forest) by Francesco Geminiani, a suite for orchestra inspired by the 16th-century poem “Gerusalemme liberate” (“Jerusalem delivered”) by Tasso. The program also features Principal Horn Jeff Garza in baroque works including a concerto by the late-baroque German composer, Christoph Förster.
Download a complete concert program here!
At the age of 18 Rachel Calof, a Jewish picture bride, emigrated from Russia to North Dakota to make a new life as a homesteader. In a twelve-by-fourteen foot shack, Rachel and her husband Abraham make a home with her in-laws, her husband’s brother, two dozen chickens, and a cow. Enjoy this one-woman show with other JCC members!
Space is limited. Fee: McNay and JCC members free, seating is first come, first served. Register online or call (210) 805-1768. Registration deadline: December 10.
Rachel Calof: A Memoir with Music is generously underwritten by Jane Stieren Lacy.
For more information about our Music or Art events, please contact Aliyah Kuchinsky at (210) 302-6827.