Monday, February 2, 2015

Gourmet Symphony performance combining food/drink/music at the Atlas (1333 H St) on Valentine's Day

Gourmet Symphony concert combines Food + Drink + Classical Music on Valentine's Day

A delicious concert experience is coming via Gourmet Symphony, a new nonprofit project that's bringing together the culinary and cultural communities.  

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Debuting at the Atlas Performing Arts Center's Sprenger Theater, the Gourmet Symphony Premiere, will feature a 4-course culinary concert pairing works of Rossini, Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, and Ravel with a custom food & drink menu that will enhance your listening and culinary experience. Unlike a traditional symphony concert, you can enjoy a pre-concert reception, choose your own table seating, meet the musicians, keep your phones on, and obviously eat and drink during the show.

Partially funding by a successful Kickstarter campaign, the show will spotlight local hotspots Vedetta, Smith Commons, Beuchert's Saloon, and several other local artisans. The 30-person orchestra will be conducted by Maestro John Devlin, conductor of the Atlas' Capital City Symphony and Go-Go Symphony. 
 Tickets on sale now:

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