Steven Lee Moya

Music for the discerning ear


Notte Nera - A Dinner in the Dark
Feb
1
7:00 PM19:00

Notte Nera - A Dinner in the Dark

SAPLF will host a unique dining experience at the Zinc Bistro & Bar on Wednesday, March 22nd. Following a masquerade cocktail hour in the Vault, guests will enjoy a candlelit five course meal with wine pairings prepared by Executive Chef Robbie Nowlin. A portion of the proceeds from this fundraising event will benefit the Children’s Low Vision Reading Room at the Central Library. Within the darkness, senses of taste, smell, touch and sound will be heightened. Seating is limited. 
Attire: Cocktail, black encouraged
Tables for eight guests are $1,500
Individual seats are $225 per person
Private dining room for 20 guests is $5,500 - SOLD OUT
Register at saplf.org/events or call 210.225.4728, ext. 16

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WALDORF ON THE PRAIRIE
Jan
12
7:30 PM19:30

WALDORF ON THE PRAIRIE

Step out in style at Friday Night’s festivities at the historic St. Anthony Hotel. Once again this beautiful evening will be a unique blend of old New York Edwardian-era décor and romance, reminiscent of the world’s foremost grand hotel – the Waldorf Astoria – and old Texas charm, as only San Antonio and the St. Anthony can do it. This event takes over the downstairs of this downtown gem, where you'll experience cocktails paired with music and food, in the grandeur of crystal chandeliers and marble floors. 

Music Curated by Dj's: Steven Lee Moya & Christopher Galvan

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OPENING NIGHT AT THE DOSEUM
Jan
11
to Jan 12

OPENING NIGHT AT THE DOSEUM

Opening Night is still the BIG party you've come to expect, but in a new location! From the moment you enter the DoSeum, San Antonio's incredible Children's Museum, it will be a whimsical party and a stellar celebration, with a variety of music and food offered throughout every part of the DoSeum to accent the cocktails. Opening Night has a special energy that can’t be replicated and we've got a grown-up playground this year to play in!

Music Curated by DJ Steven Lee Moya

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Hallowine Run
Oct
28
8:00 AM08:00

Hallowine Run

Cheers Witches! This fun run is going down October 28th filled with great wine, CANDY, and a lot of treats at the end. Run in costume, walk in costume, just come in costume! Bring the kiddos, this is a family friendly affair. #HallowineRun Sign up here: http://www.active.com/san-antonio-tx/running/distance-running-races/hallowine-run-5k-10k-tot-trot-2017

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PROMenade Gala 2017
Oct
26
7:00 PM19:00

PROMenade Gala 2017

Save the date - PROM 2017 heads to the 1959 Villita Assembly Building, designed by O'Neil Ford, for a night of corsages, classic cars, and chiffon skirts. 
Individual tickets are $175
Table sponsorships start at $2,500

Music by Steven Lee Moya

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Nuit Blanche San Antoine
Sep
21
6:30 PM18:30

Nuit Blanche San Antoine

The Library Foundation is pleased to announce the date for our Annual Nuit Blanche | A Night of Parisian Revelry dinner! On Thursday, September 21, the Landa Library gardens will be transformed into a posh picnic provided by San Antonio's finest restaurants for nearly 200 guests to benefit SAPLF. Nuit Blanche is the Foundation’s rendition of the fabulous Parisian “Diner en Blanc” where thousands of Paris’s chic residents gather in the city’s most picturesque locations for an epicurean feast. Seating is limited and this event is always a sell out, get your table or tickets now! 
Table of 8: $1,500.00
Individual seats: $200.00
First Edition Members get 20% off!

Music provided by Steven Lee Moya

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Southwest School of Arts and Crafts: September Opening Reception
Sep
14
5:30 PM17:30

Southwest School of Arts and Crafts: September Opening Reception

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BUSTER GRAYBILL | LEISURE LINES

Sept 14, 2017 - Nov 12, 2017
Russell Hill Rogers Gallery I | Santikos Building
Free and open to the public

Opening Reception: Thurs, Sept 14, 2017 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm

Music by Steven Lee Moya

San Antonio artist Buster Graybill utilizes sculpture, installation, video and photography to traverse and reconnect with often overlooked places found in the rural landscape. Harvesting memories, stories, language, and objects from the rich cultural geography of rural America, Graybill’s work is informed by the subtle shifts and rapid changes that are occurring in the landscape as urban sprawl continues to consume and displace both nature and culture. His projects explore these moments and places of change, addressing themes of adaptation, displacement, and re-contextualization. In his own words, Graybill’s artwork, “fluctuates between the conflicting vernaculars of country grammar and art speak; between formal and conceptual; between intuition and intellect; and between performance and production.”

CHRIS ENGMAN | PROSPECT AND REFUGE

Sept 14, 2017 - Nov 12, 2017
Russell Hill Rogers Gallery II | Santikos Building
Free and open to the public

Opening Reception: Thurs, Sept 14, 2017 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm

In his photographic works, Chris Engman examines the most fundamental of issues related to the human condition: the inexplicable fact of our existence, the ungraspable experience of time, and the illusive and unknowable nature of reality. In so doing, he calls attention to the gulf that exists between how we see and how we think we see; how we think and how we think we think; and the inconstant and constructed nature of memory. Engman’s photographs are documentations of the artist’s sculptures, interventions, and installations but they are also records of actions and elaborate processes. Days are spent, sometimes with a crew but more often in solitude, silently driving, carrying supplies, erecting structures and sets, and studying the slow progress of the sun overhead and its all-powerful, comfort-giving-and–taking effects. Created in close collaboration with the movements of the sun, precisely observed, Engman sees his photographic works as acts of reverence and participation in a deep and reassuring natural order much larger than ourselves.

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Restored By Light III
Sep
8
6:00 PM18:00

Restored By Light III

ONE NIGHT ONLY!

Restored by Light returns to Mission Concepcion in 2017 as part of the World Heritage Festival. Celebrate our heritage with food, music, and fun!

6 pm - Kids Activities and Mission Tours
7 pm - Music Concert by USAA Band and Chorus
8:30 pm - Light Projection Show with tunes by Steven Lee Moya

Restored By Light is a community-wide showcase of the intricate and vivid frescoes that were once visible on the facades of San Antonio's Missions. This event is a creative and exciting celebration of culture, art, and heritage. Read more here: https://sapreservationstories.wordpress.com/2016/08/30/seeing-the-missions-in-a-new-old-way/

Restored By Light is made free and open to the public. Pack a picnic for this family-friendly event or grab a bite from one of the several food trucks that will be available. 

Share your experience using #RestoredByLight

www.RestoredByLight.com
www.WorldHeritageFestival.org

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Back to School Kids Prom at Pearl Stable
Aug
12
5:00 PM17:00

Back to School Kids Prom at Pearl Stable

Round up your little ones for a Back to School Kid's Prom at the Pearl Stable on Saturday, August 12 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. 

Come enjoy music & dancing, arts and crafts, photo booth, sweet and salty treats for your kiddos and a cash bar for mom and dad. Ice cream sandwiches by Lick Honest Ice Creams available for sale for $6.

Please note that the 1 adult +1 child ticket must be part of the transaction. Additional adult and Additional child tickets are add on tickets ONLY. All sales final, no refunds.

DJ Set by Steven Lee Moya

Parking information available at www.atpearl.com.

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Cocktails & Culture: Wild Weather
Jun
30
6:30 PM18:30

Cocktails & Culture: Wild Weather

Friday, June 30, 2017

6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
This adventure is for guests 21 and over. 
$15/ticket and includes admission into the exhibits.

Hold on to your hats and head to the Witte Museum for a 100% chance of fun! Come rain or shine, the June 30th Cocktails and Culture will feature Wild Weather, an immersive, interactive exhibit where you learn about severe weather! Build your own tornado, challenge friends in weather trivia, or have a dance-off to make it rain! Bring friends or a date, leave the kids at home and enjoy a cold beer or a refreshing cocktail under the Texas sky.

Beer and cocktails generously provided by Alamo Beer and Austin Cocktails

DJ Set by Steven Lee Moya

Food for purchase provided by The Box Street Social

Tickets are $15 per person and include admission to the exhibit

This adventure is for guests 21 and older

#CocktailsAndCulture #WildWeatherSA

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