Yo-Yo Ma's Tobin Performance to be 'Simulcast' to Public for Free

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Yo-Yo Ma, widely considered the world's greatest cellist, feelin' it...hard. - COURTESY
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  • Yo-Yo Ma, widely considered the world's greatest cellist, feelin' it...hard.

Friday's Yo-Yo Ma performance with the San Antonio Symphony at the Tobin Center will be simultaneously broadcast, or "simulcast," to the public for free. Starting at 7pm, the Plaza area will be opened and the sold out performance will be screened on a thirty-foot wall in the theatre's River Walk Plaza.

Probably the most well-known classical musician in the world, Yo-Yo Ma will be performing a cello concerto from Dvorák, Arturo Marquez's Clave dorada and Rachmaninoff's Symphonic Dances. Spectators are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets for the performance. 




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