No moon is no problem at ‘Symphony in the Vines’

Temecula Valley Symphony performs at the second annual ‘Symphony in the Vines’ concert at Wilson Creek Winery Sunday, Sept. 15. Jeff Pack photo
Originally, the “Symphony in the Vines” concert proposed by Wilson Creek Winery founders Rosie and Gerry Wilson was intended to be highlighted by a harvest moon hanging over the outdoor stage at the winery.The annual celestial event worked at the inaugural concert last year when about 150 people attended the concert. This year, though the moon struggled to peek through the evening clouds that formed, the community showed up in even greater numbers as more than 400 purchased tickets for the event.“Well, the moon doesn’t seem to be cooperating, but we sold more than 400 tickets for this,” Gerry Wilson said. “I am so glad to see so many people coming out to enjoy this kind of music.”[gallery td_select_gallery_slide="slide" ids="2726,2727,2728,2729,2730,2731,2732,2733
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