2013-2014 Concert Season

Sunday, November 22nd 4:00pm




A Fundraising Event (not included in regular season tickets)
Torsten Juul-Bore will be performing at Cass Winery in Paso Robles for a special fundraising event. Support Symphony of the Vines while you enjoy the classical works of Nielsen, Grieg and Chopin... Come early to savor the culinary creations of Chef Jacob & enjoy the delicious wines and stunning beauty of CASS Vineyard & Winery.


Torsten Juul-Borre was born in Minnesota to Danish immigrants. His family moved to California in the early 1960’s where as a youngster he started his piano training. He later attended the Music Academy of the West in Santa Barbara where he studied with Dr. Reginald Stewart.


At the age of seventeen he was accepted at the Royal Danish Music Conservatory in Copenhagen, Denmark. An intense seven year course of study included all facets of music and piano performance with advanced studies in chamber music, accompaniment, vocal and instrumental coaching, and a minor degree as organist. At the Conservatory he studied with Arne Skjold Rasmussen, renowned interpreter of Beethoven and Carl Nielsen, and with the internationally known pianist and accompanist Kjell Olsson. Engagements in Denmark include the Tivoli Gardens Concert Hall, the Copenhagen Summer Music Festival at Charlottenborg Palace, along with numerous other venues. Mr. Juul-Borre has appeared with the San Luis Obispo Symphony Orchestra, Cuesta College’s Portraits in Music,and has toured with the Community Concerts Association. He has performed with Conductor, Dr. Gregory Magie in Symphony of the Vines. Torsten Juul-Borre recently premiered Sonata for Piano in Three Movements, by Composer and Conductor, Frederic Balazs.​

Tickets $30 general admission
Seniors $27
Students $15


Sunday, January 31st 3:00pm

Park Ballroom, Paso Robles



A Hunting We Will Go
Join Symphony of the Vines as we go into the forest with sounds of hunting horns and dogs. Music by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Honegger.
Sinfonia da caccia L. Mozart
Symphony No. 31, “Horn Signal” F. J. Haydn
Romance in F L. van Beethoven
Pastorale d’ete A. Honegger
Tickets $30 general admission
Seniors $27
Students $15


Sunday, May 1st 3:00pm



Passport Series: Music of England and Scandinavia
Local favorite Canzona Women’s Ensemble will again join the Symphony of the Vines in a performance that will be the highlight of our season. Featuring music from two regions with the finest of early 20th century compositions. Music by Vaughan Williams, Holst, Sibelius, and Fernstrom.
Magnificat Vaughan Williams
Concertino for flute and women's voices John Fernstrom
Suite Mignonne J. Sibelius
Fugal Concerto Holst
Pastoral Suite (with meadow elves) Lars-Erik Larsson
Tickets $30 general admission
Seniors $27
Students $15



Sunday, November 1st 3:00pm



Double Date; Concertos for Two
Featuring the fine soloists from within the Symphony of the Vines, this program includes concertos for two instruments. Music by Vivaldi, Telemann, Geminiani, Dittersdorf.
Concerto for two trumpets A. Vivaldi
Concerto for viola and bass Dittersdorf
Concerto Grosso La Folia F. Geminiani
Concerto for two violas G. Telemann
Concerto for two cellos A. Vivaldi
Concerto for Oboe and Bassoon A. Vivaldi

General Admission $30
Seniors $27
Students $15



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