‘Symphony in the Vines’ returns to Wilson Creek Winery

The first-ever ‘Symphony in the Vines’ drew 150 people and organizers are hoping that the event featuring a harvest moon and music by the Temecula Valley Symphony will become a tradition in the Temecula Valley. Wilson Creek Winery photo
Temecula Valley Symphony will for the second time present “Symphony in the Vines” Sunday, Sept. 15, at Wilson Creek Winery, and the winery’s founder Gerry Wilson said he is hoping the concert will catch on.The concert debuted last year, and about 150 guests enjoyed the performance as a full moon loomed over the symphony, which was planned of course. This year, the number in the audience is expected to double, and the moon will return to its place.“Rosie and Gerry Wilson have always wanted to have symphony concerts at Wilson Creek Winery,” Alana Joos, managing and artistic director of the Temecula Valley Symphony, said. “They have been regular patrons of Temecula Valley Symphony for several years and they reached out to us in 2018 and invited us to perform there at the w
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