Thanks to our patrons for another successful
Cactus Pear is a musical jewel
Three cheers for San Antonio's Cactus Pear Music Festival.… There are many reasons why San Antonio is a destination city: the Alamo, Texas history, the River Walk. But for two weeks, Cactus Pear turns San Antonio into a summer destination for musical majesty. We are lucky to have it. San Antonio Express-News Editorial Board [July 2013]
I just wanted to tell y'all how much I was bowled over by this year's season, but most
particularly by the Messiaen "Quartet for the End of Time" and the Golijov "The Dreams and Prayers of Isaac the Blind."
J. Sobré [July 14, 2013]
© 2013, Cactus Pear Music Festival
YES, it was a "wow" season! The variety, the musicianship, the energy of you, our audience, as we performed our repertoire…it was a very exciting season. Thank you for your attendance, for your support and for your praise. We couldn't do it without you. Season 17 was a memorable one.
And now we are on to CPMF's 18th season. I have just about put the finishing touches on
next summer's line up, both programs and musicians. We'll be unveiling that news in the next
few weeks, maybe by early December. In the meantime, SAVE THE DATE for our concert, during
the San Antonio Symphony's All-Dvorak Festival, on February 9, 2014 to be performed at Christ
Episcopal Church in Monte Vista. For more information on our concert, click here.
If you want a fuller slate of great chamber music, take a look at our Soirée Specials VIP Patron card. It entitles you to THREE intimate house concerts PLUS a bonus ticket to the all-Dvorak program. Click here for more information and an easy online way to make your purchase.
We look forward to seeing you at our next concert!
P.s. Keep an eye out for this audio file icon and click away to enjoy some music while you
browse the site.
CPMF is generously supported by the City of San Antonio's Department of Culture and
Creative Development. All CPMF venues are ADA compliant.