The entire 2020-2021 series will be available online. Watch the livestream or catch the archived video at your convenience later.

We will let you know the moment we can start performing for live audiences again. When that happens, donors and subscribers will be able to choose to attend in person or online.

As part of a new commitment to actively diversify our programming, we’re featuring works by Black composers all season.

New perks for subscribers and donors! Take a look at the exciting season we’ve got planned for you!



in person! May 23 (3:00pm)

@Laurel Height United Methodist Church

streaming free may 30 (3:00pm) 

Montgomery: Strum
Dvorak: Piano Quintet in A Major, Op. 81a

In person tickets go on sale to the general public on May 20. Watch for a link to be posted here and on our social media.

Masks are required at all times inside the building and social distancing will be in effect. If you feel you cannot mask, we respectfully ask you to enjoy the concert via the stream on May 30.


…Camerata San Antonio’s splendid string quartet, abetted by the Denver-based bandoneónist Evan Orman, offered a delightful program of music by the Argentine tango master Astor Piazzolla and some of the composers who influenced him.
While the group’s members hail from around the country… they have dedicated themselves to San Antonio and to changing the way classical music is viewed throughout South Texas.
Perhaps the most important thing we can offer the community is exposure to art.
..utterly convincing details of phrasing and articulation elevated this to one of the greatest chamber-music performances in my experience.
It’s a gorgeous, beguiling album, by turns – and often in the same track – nostalgic and ferocious, tender and turbulent.
“It’s a gorgeous, beguiling album, by turns – and often in the same track – nostalgic and ferocious, tender and turbulent.” – San Antonio Current

Latest Album

Salon Buenos Aires:

Music of Miguel del Aguila
Camerata San Antonio
Bridge Records

  • Charango Capriccioso for string quartet, cello II and piano, four-hands
  • Presto II for string quartet
  • Salon Buenos Aires for flute, clarinet, violin, viola, cello and piano
  • Life is a Dream for string quartet
  • Clocks for piano and string quartet

Nominated for TWO Latin Grammys
Best Classical Album
Best Classical Contemporary Composition (Clocks)