Season Tickets

Are you ready for some Texas-sized talent? That's what's in store during the East Texas Symphony Orchestra's 2019 / 2020 Season! Learn more about each concert and then click the button below to choose your seats today. Subscribers get the best seats in the house at the best price!

¡Celebración!
Saturday, September 14, 2019

ETSO kicks off Hispanic Heritage Month with music from Mexico, Argentina, Spain, Brazil and the USA. Guest artists include guitarist Isaac Bustos, on faculty at Texas A&M University, Sooah Park, voice faculty at the University of Texas at Tyler, and the Tyler Junior College Guitar Ensemble led by the legendary Frank Kimlicko. This performance is in partnership with the Hispanic Professionals Association of Tyler and kicks off a month of events including a documentary film screening and Latin Jazz Dinner! Learn More

A Little Night Music
Saturday November 9, 2019

Join us for a multi-media experience pairing hi-def imagery from astronomer-photographer Dr. José Francisco Salgado featuring celestial phenomena - from the Northern Lights to solar flares with symphonic works that will be both new and familiar including Mozart's Eine kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music) and the Texas premiere of John Estacio's Aurora Tryptic. This program will have something the entire family will love and the kiddos will surely be "star" struck! Learn More

Brahms' First Piano Concerto
Saturday, January 25, 2020

Renowned pianist Daria Rabotkina, on faculty at Texas State University in San Marcos, makes her ETSO debut with Brahms' epic tour de force, his first piano concerto. This concerto is one of the most physically demanding pieces in the piano repertory. You won't want to miss it! Learn More

Symphonie fantastique
Saturday, March 28, 2020

Symphonie fantastique tells the story of an artist gifted with a lively imagination who has poisoned himself in the depths of despair because of hopeless, unrequited love. World-renowned guest conductor Yoav Talmi leads ETSO through what Leonard Bernstein claims was "the first musical journey into psychedelia." Also featured on the program is ETSO's own principal bassoon Charles Hall and Brahms' fitting "Tragic" Overture. Learn More

The Creation
Saturday April 25, 2020

ETSO welcomes Texas soloists tenor Randall Umstead (on faculty at Baylor University), bass Stephen Morscheck (on faculty at University of North Texas) and soprano and Tylerite Sylvia D'Eramo (currently performing with Santa Fe Opera) to perform Franz Joseph Hadyn's moving depiction of the world without form and the creation of man. ETSO and soloists are also joined by the Tyler Junior College Concert Choir (Eric Posada, conductor) and the ETSO chorus. Dr. Eric Posada will prepare the joint choral forces for a dramatic end to the 2019/2020 season. Learn More

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