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Don Hodges Lecture Series: Dr. Trineice Robinson-Martin

The latest lecture in our Don Hodges Lecture series.




Symphonic Band - "Kaleidoscope"

Join us for the Symphonic Band's first concert of the year




UTSA Orchestra - "Rapsodia Mexicana"

The UTSA Orchestra blends cultural traditions with the power of a full symphony to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month




UTSA Wind Symphony – "Power"

Experience the awesome power of the UTSA Wind Symphony in the first concert of its 50th season at the UTSA Recital Hall

Headshot of Shelly Lares

September 21, 2023

UTSA brings Tejano star Shelly Lares to its School of Music as artist-in-residence

The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) has selected award-winning Tejano singer-songwriter Shelly Lares as its 2023-2024 artist-in-residence in the UTSA School of Music.

Students on El Camino at the top of a hill

August 24, 2023

Roadrunner Walk Across Spain

(August 25, 2023) This summer five UTSA students spent their summer walking across Spain. Battling heat, blisters, and bad knees, Bella Degarmo (Political Science and Modern Languages), Jaclyn Lerma (Physics and Astronomy), Ashlie Newman (Art), George Salazar (Cybersecurity), and Alana Schwartz (Anthropology) are following step by step in the path of a thousand years-worth of pilgrims to the historic city of Santiago de Compostela.