Brynn AlbanesePublished Sunday, February 3rd, 2013

Symphony of the Vines announces February Concert

Brynn Albanese, violin, performs in an exciting program of music by Mozart, Haydn and Stravinsky at the historic Mission San Miguel on Feb. 23 at 7:30 pm and Feb. 24 at 3:00 pm.


Local favorite and Cafe Musique member Brynn Albanese will join Symphony of the Vines to perform Mozart's charming Violin Concerto #4. The Vines will also present Haydn's spirited and joyful Symphony #88 and Stravinsky's contemporary take on Bach's Brandenburg Concertos, the Dumbarton Oaks Concerto. Brynn has toured and performed world-wide, sharing her exhilarating style with audiences from Boston to the Netherlands.

 

She currently teaches violin and is an orchestral coach for the Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Symphony. Performing virtually all styles of music, she travels extensively recording for various artists.

 

She has been a soloist with the San Luis Obispo Symphony for their Youth Concerts and has will be teaching at the San Luis Obispo Youth Symphony Camp Ocean Pines Summer Youth String Program.

 

Tickets and information available online here. Tickets also available at Matt's Music in Templeton, and Booboo Records in SLO.


HelpPublished Sunday, February 3rd, 2013

Your Symphony Needs You Now!

 

Now more than ever, Symphony of the Vines needs your support. The symphony is a non-profit organization, but there are substantial costs to bring you the finest music on the Central Coast. This season has experienced a turn-down in ticket sales and community involvement. As a result, the symphony is under threat of closure.

 

We urgently ask for your support to help keep the Symphony of the Vines delivering music and entertainment to all of you. The only way Symphony of the Vines can continue is through your charitable and tax deductible contribution.

 

With humility and deepest appreciation, we ask for your financial support in order to keep the Symphony alive and well. From personal to corporate donations, all of us at Symphony of the Vines thank you for your support.

 

Donations can be mailed or processed online via PayPal:


Mailing Address:
Symphony of the Vines
P. O. Box 2848
Paso Robles, CA 93447

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San Luis Obispo.com The TribuneSymphony of the Vines' Margarita Musicfest set for Sunday

North County orchestra Symphony of the Vines will close out its second season at the historic Santa Margarita Ranch


Symphony of the VinesLooking for a fun, refreshing afternoon north of the Cuesta Grade?

 

The Symphony of the Vines’ second season comes to a close with the Margarita Musicfest, Sunday at the historic Santa Margarita Ranch.

 

The North County chamber orchestra will perform alongside its own Vines Quartet, the woodwind choir Oaks Winds and bluegrass/folk group Bremen Town, based in Atascadero. "The ranch is just a lovely place” for a concert, said Gregory Magie, Symphony of the Vines’ music director and conductor. In addition to live and silent auctions, antique train rides, artists, and wine and food tastings, Sunday’s fundraiser will feature an array of crowd-friendly classical favorites, Magie said. Selections include Leroy Anderson’s “Blue Tango," Aaron Copland’s "Saturday Night Waltz," and excerpts from two operas, Georges Bizet’s "Carmen" and Gioachino Rossini’s "The Barber of Seville." Audiences will also hear dance music by Ludwig van Beethoven and Johann Strauss.

 

Read the entire article here



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