While 20% of babies who were exposed to classical music in utero become doctors or lawyers, 100% of babies born on stage during a classical music performance become Bill Gates. Improve the odds of artistry with today's Groupon: for $10, you get admission to Camerata San Antonio's performance of Brahms and Friends, which takes place February 20th at 3 p.m. in Travis Park United Methodist Church (a $20 value).
Culled from the talented ranks of the San Antonio Symphony Orchestra, the Latin Grammy–nominated instrumentalists of Camerata San Antonio channel the spirit of the muses with stirring chamber-music concerts. Clarinetist Ilya Shterenberg joins the well-trod troupe for a romantic musical cruise through works of Brahms, Carl Fruhling, and Franz Schreker. Let Brahms' Horn Trio in E-Flat Major fill the consecrated corners with its languorous, flowing movements, or waft your playbill at the closest hairpiece to mimic the melodious gusts of Schreker's Der Wind.
Though Camerata San Antonio offers $8 tickets for full-time students with ID, this Groupon still represents the best deal for most buyers.
Camerata San Antonio
Founded by cellist Kenneth Freudigman and violist Emily Watkins Freudigman in 2004, Camerata San Antonio brings together a symphonic roster composed of several of the San Antonio Symphony's principal players and more than a few internationally recognized musicians. More than a dozen acclaimed artists might be on-call for a concert during any given season, and the entourage's diverse concert schedule consequently offers plenty of strikingly different small-ensemble performances.
230 E Travis St.
San Antonio, Texas 78205Get Directions