WildKat’s Tasting Menu – w/c 25th May

Monday 25th May 2020

Pairing sound with taste, WildKat is curating a menu of 14 upcoming classical streams accompanied with a specially paired food or drink item, providing a sensory feast of classical treats every week. We are also providing a recommendation from one of our team members of a TV Show, book, or piece of art to stimulate and inspire. Be sure to check back here every week for a fresh new menu, and a brand new recommendation.

This Week’s Tasting Menu:

DayTimeEventAccompanimentTeam Member
Monday 25thAll DayCatherine Gordeladze: “Caprice Brilliant”Frankfurter Grüne Soße with PotatoesAlexander Krupp
Tuesday 26th19:30 ETVerdi’s ErnaniAvocado ToastMarie Le Pévédic
Wednesday 27th13:00 BSTClassical NEXT: DIY Meet UpSalted Caramel Apple Pie by Four & Twenty BlackbirdsKathleen Alder
Wednesday 27th17:00 BSTQuarantine Concert: Benedict KloecknerNegroniOlivia Brown
Thursday 28th19:30 BSTLSO: Brahms’s German RequiemSpaghetti BologneseAnastasia
Thursday 28th19:00 PTSeattle Opera ‘Songs of Summer’Cucumber Mint GimletTim McKeough
Friday 29thFrom 11:00 BSTLondon Music Masters: Friday Live!Nicoise SaladLaure Ugolini
Friday 29th11:00 BSTAccentus: Mahler, Symphony No. 7Apricot DumplingsAlexander Elsner
Friday 29th15:00 BSTTessa Marchington: Exploring Creative ThinkingHummus and Pitta BreadAnna Read
Friday 29th12:00 ETAngel Blue: Faithful FridaySalmon and Cucumber SushiGeorge Percy
Friday 29th20:00 ETPhiladelphia Opera Digital Festival OSpicy Vegan Pad Thai and RieslingHannah Goldshlack-Wolf
Saturday 30th19:00 BSTRoderick Williams: Mozart PlayersSteak and Ale PieRob Shone
Sunday 31st17:00 BSTGlyndebourne: Mozart’s Don Giovanni99 FlakeNaomi Belshaw
Sunday 31st19:00 BSTIDAGIO Live: Sébastien Daucé #3Moscow MuleMathilde Vivier

This Week’s WildKat Recommendation:

This week’s #WildKatRecommendation is by Tim from our New York Office!

‘I’ve just finished bingeing HBO’s spectacular, seductive, sharp Succession – and am now despairing that a third series, though written, is yet to be filmed. I’m going to miss each and every one of those despicable, cutthroat Roys and their Machiavellian dirty doings as they jockey for control of the Waystar Royco multimedia empire. All performances are superb. The writing is searing and brutal. Dysfunction has never looked better. And at times it is laugh-out-loud hilarious with moments that can only be watched through fingers.’