Russell Hill Rogers Musical Evenings at San Fernando Cathedral merge the historic architecture of the nation’s oldest continuously operating Catholic sanctuary with enchanting music of some of the finest, award-winning artists from around the globe!

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Season 25 – Silver Jubilee!

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Members of Duo Baldo fight for accordion, one kicking the other.

A renowned violinist and pianist/actor combine virtuosic performances, theatrical humor, and pop culture as the Italian-based group Duo Baldo. ​​Prepare for a show that captivates and surprises! Read More on the Event Page

Janoska Ensemble performs in front of red background.

The Janoska Ensemble perform their latest album featuring works by composers such as Bach, Beethoven, Bartók, Bernstein and Brubeck, arranged in the unmistakable Janoska style beyond the bounds of virtuosity and wit. Read More on the Event Page

Calmus Ensemble poses in professional attire.

One of the most successful vocal groups in Germany, the Calmus Ensemble present Christmas music spanning the 11th century forward & globally, from France to Sweden, to Ukraine, Puerto Rico, the US & Great Britain. Read More on the Event Page

Leonardo Colafelice cherishes a note on the piano!

Italian concert pianist & Gurwitz 2020 Bronze medalist/Audience Favorite Leonardo Colafelice returns with a virtuoso program of Franz Liszt works inspired by Italian operas of Rossini, Bellini and Verdi. Read More on the Event Page

Dmitri Illarionov and Boris Andrianov pose for picture, with instruments.

Cellist Boris Andrianov and classical guitarist Dimitri Illarionov combine classical music and folk tunes in a musical expedition all over the world, inspired by innumerable intercultural encounters. Read More on the Event Page

25th Anniversary Program Book

MBAW celebrates 25 years with a special custom custom 8.5″ x 11″ signature book, filled with all concert programs, as well as in-depth histories on the organization and more! 

Location, Parking, & More


San Fernando Cathedral is located at 115 Main Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205.

Please enter the Cathedral through either:

1) The front two (2) entrance doors on the front (east side) of the Cathedral, accessible from the Main Plaza.
2) A wheelchair-accessible entrance located on the left (south side) of the Cathedral.



City Paystations and Meters:

City Paystations and Meters (see City logo at Paystations) FREE on Sundays and are all around the area. If you have a disabled parking placard, you may park at these at any day/time for FREE.

List of Lot and Garage Parking:
The City of San Antonio – Downtown Parking Search

Recommended lots that are close to the Cathedral:
City Tower Garage (117 W Commerce St) ~ 1 min walk [351 ft]
Bexar County Parking Garage (300 Dolorosa) ~ 5 min walk [0.2 mile]

Houston Street Garage (111 College St) ~ 7 min walk [0.3 mile]
Market Square Lot (612 W Commerce St) ~ 10 min walk [0.5 mile]


Safety Guidelines & Protocols
Musical Bridges Around the World will follow the most up-to-date safety guidelines for fine arts performance halls per the State of Texas, as well any other measures necessary for the ensured safety of its attendees. It is within MBAW and the Cathedral’s right and discretion as private entities to enact these safety protocols for its attendees. Concerts may shift back to a virtual-only format at each date’s discretion.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Are tickets required for entry to the concert?
Yes, but they are free! Seating is first-come-first-served.

How do I get a ticket?
Tickets are available through each event on our event calendar or on Eventbrite.

What do I show at the door?
To help our attendants, please have your ticket ready when you get there. Attendants will be ready to scan the QR code located on your ticket (print, email, or app).

What if I forget to get a ticket(s) or don’t have one when I get there?
An attendant at the door can help you register and get in quickly and easily. If you have registered but have forgotten the ticket, an attendant can pull up your name and check you in manually.

What are the current health protocols I need to follow?
Please refer to any updated Safety Guidelines/Protocols in the section above.

How do I get to the San Fernando Cathedral? Where do I park?
Please refer the Location and Parking sections above.

Can I take picture(s) or video(s) at the concert?
No flash photography. We ask that you limit photos or videos to a minimum during the actual performance as a courtesy to our artists.

Is there a dessert reception after the concerts like last physical season?
Until further notice, the “Meet The Artist” receptions after performances will be cancelled due to health & safety concerns.

When will tickets for the next concert of Russell Hill Rogers Musical Evenings at San Fernando Cathedral be available?
Tickets for the next concert open up after the previous event has concluded. If the season has ended, concerts will be announced sometime in the summer/early fall.

Any other questions? Contact us.


Past Concert Films

I love it because music is a language that fosters understanding among God’s people on earth.”

-Amble Hernandez Caseres

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