San Antonio Looks For Answers

Deep in the heart of Texas, there are those still hoping for a savior to step forward and save the bankrupt San Antonio Symphony. To be sure, the city has no shortage of billionaires who could make the SAS solvent again in the blink of an eye, but it’s fairly clear that none of them are going to help, says Mike Greenberg. So why isn’t anyone looking at realistic options instead of waiting for a miracle? “There’s only one real answer for the symphony: It has to make more money by doing more of what it does well: making music… To build a future, the symphony needs a hammer in the hand, not a rabbit in a hat.”