San Angelo Symphony announces 2021-22 season

Posted on: August 25, 2021

The San Angelo Symphony in Texas has announced details of its 2021-22 season, which will feature a mix of classical scores plus Broadway, popular, and jazz music. The season will open in November at San Angelo’s Murphey Performance Hall with a program entitled “Women in Art and Music” that will feature visual artist Julie Raymond painting live, as the orchestra and pianist Daniela Liebman perform music by women composers, led by Music Director Hector Guzman. Also planned is the orchestra’s annual “Yuletide Celebration” concert and audience sing-along in December; a concert featuring jazz musicians Jason Anick, Chris Grasso, Max O’Rourke, Nicki Parrott, Vinny Raniolo, and Olli Soikkeli; a family concert including music from Oklahoma, Silverado, and John Williams’s The Cowboys; and Texas singer/songwriter Michael Martin Murphey performing pop, country, bluegrass, and Western songs with the San Angelo Symphony.