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San Antonio Symphony Announces Lineup For 2013-14 Season

John Clare
Texas Public Radio

This weekend the San Antonio Symphony completed their Brahms Festival and sent out their next season to subscribers. Today they publicly announced the lineup that includes superstar violinist Joshua Bell, local favorites The Children's Chorus of San Antonio, and a Dvorak Festival.

"We want to have people come hear the concert; we think that really great, interesting programs are the key to success." said David Filner, interim president and CEO of the San Antonio Symphony. "Sebastian [Lang-Lessing] creates really interesting programs that we think are worthwhile for the community of San Antonio."

Subscribers can renew for the 2013-14 season while tickets to the general public will go on sale later this spring. The following 2014-15 season is slated to be at the new Tobin Center for the Arts.

John Clare is comfortable behind a microphone, streaming video or playing violin. A former broadcaster for NPR, John has previously worked with Voice of America, the Canadian Broadcast Corporation and stations in Kansas, Nevada, California, and Pennsylvania.