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Wine Down with the Symphony

The Ultimate
At-Home Experience

Enjoy a night of wine, charcuterie, and live music—all from the comfort of your home!

Grab a virtual ticket to get 4 personal 3oz bottles, a personal charcuterie board, and access to the event stream, or go all out with a VIP ticket and be a part of the studio audience!

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Friday, Jan 20, 2023 | 7 PM

Wine Down with the Symphony is a fundraiser hosted by Abby Reno & Ryan Nordlund (owners of City Vineyard Wine) and special guest David Goewey DuBou (Indigenous Selections).

All proceeds support our music education and community outreach programs.

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About Wine Down


Wine Down with the Symphony is an annual fundraiser to benefit our music education and community engagement programs.

Wine Down is an evening of wine, charcuterie, and live music—all from the comfort of your home. Hosted by Abby Reno & Ryan Nordlund, owners of City Vineyard Wine, you will learn from David Goewey DuBou with Indigenous Selections.

Learn more about the wine selection >

The venue(s)

VIP studio audiences
will attend in person at our office at 2820 Second Ave N.

Virtual ticketholders attend online via a live stream link provided with ticket purchases.

symphony office


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David Goewey DuBou

Director of Sales and Education, Indigenous Selections

Abby Reno

Owner, City Vineyard

Ryan Nordlund

Owner, City Vineyard

Lindsey Selman, Lauren Carr, Laura Dalbey, & Mary McCullough

Stillwater String Quartet

All proceeds go to benefit our educational and musical outreach programs in the region.

Our community engagement programs reach beyond the stage and into the communities in and around Billings, Southeast Montana, and Northern Wyoming. With over 120 outreach programs per year, these free programs spread the love and joy of music to everyone, serving over 25,000 children and community members annually.

  • Symphony in the Schools
  • Community Partnerships
  • Symphony for Seniors
  • Rural Rhythms
  • Symphony in the Prison
  • Healing Harmonies
  • Symphony in the Park

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Get ready for the ultimate at-home experience—wine tasting and charcuterie, with a side of live music!

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