2013-2014 Concert Season


Sunday, September 14th 3:00pm

Templeton Performing Arts Center

 

Impressionistic Gems

Wade into the cool, shimmering sounds of French Impressionism and be rejuvenated with a youthful, exuberant symphony by Franz Schubert. Marvel at the beauty and skill of playing by our featured soloists Suzanne Duffy, flute, and Amber Burdick, harp. Music by Ravel, Delius, Hue and Schubert.

Tickets $30 general admission
Seniors $27
Students $15

 

 



Saturday, October 18th 7:30pm

ATASCADERO LAKE PAVILLION

Child Prodigy Tour de Force

 

Add Symphony of the Vines to your Colony Days events as we present music by Mozart, Mendelssohn and Boccherini. Featured soloist Jeanne Shumway will perform the tuneful Cello Concerto by Luigi Boccherini. We feature a pair of works by child prodigies Mozart and Mendelssohn. First, the String Symphony No. 5 by Mendelssohn composed when he was a teenager will delight you with its creativity and ingenuity. Next we will scale down to one on a part for a charming Divertimento by Mozart. The program is crowned with an early symphony by Mozart.

Tickets $30 general admission
Seniors $27
Students $15

 

 



Sunday, January 18th 3:00pm

Templeton Performing Arts Center

 

The Genius of Mozart

Mozart elevated the piano concerto to an art form filled with drama. We present one of his greatest, performed by the young virtuoso Chinese pianist Bo Hu. Franz Joseph Haydn developed the symphony into a versatile vehicle for orchestral and compositional brilliance. His crowning achievements are his London Symphonies, No. 95 being one of the most delightful. Join us for the finest of Classical works, performed with passion and precision.

Tickets $30 general admission
Seniors $27
Students $15

 



Sunday, March 22nd 3:00pm

Templeton Performing Arts Center

 

J.S. Bach and Sons

The works of J. S. Bach mark the pinacle of the baroque style, reaching spiritual heights rarely equaled. His sons were the leading composers of the next generation. Second eldest son, Carl Philip Emanuel, applied the principals of rhetoric and drama to musical structure. Youngest son Johann Christian was a leading composer in London. P. D. Q. Bach, the pseudonym of Peter Schickele, wrote some of the most hilarious and entertaining music. Be inspired by the variety, splendor and brilliance of the Bach family in the timeless beauty of the Mission San Miguel.

Tickets $30 general admission
Seniors $27
Students $15