WildKat’s Tasting Menu

Tuesday 21st April 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
20 April14.00 BSTVOCES8 Foundation: A Capella LEGO 2Home Baked SourdoughGeorge Percy
20 April17.00 BSTVendome Prize Gala Concert 2017Käsespätzle with a Side SaladKathleen Alder
21 April14.00 BSTVOCES8 Foundation: Choral Question TimeTurmeric LatteHannah Goldshlack-Wolf
21 April17.00 ETChamber Music Society of the Lincoln Center 30 Anniversary GalaCrepesMarie Le Pévédic
22 April15.00 BSTJordan Bak: Quarantine ConcertVacherin Mont d’orAlexander Elsner
22 April18.00 BSTAnn Beilby & George X. Fu: Living Room LiveChiles Rellenos (Guatemalan Style)Alexander Krupp
23 April12.00 BSTAart Strootman: lunchbreak concert in de Doelen RotterdamDark Chocolate and Peppermint TeaLaure Ugolini
24 April10:00 BSTLondon Mozart Players: Saint-Saëns’ ‘Carnival of the Animals’ ft. Joanna LumleyStrawberry Pimms and LemonadeNaomi Belshaw
24 April15:00 BSTExploring Creative Thinking with Kat AlderYorkshire Tea and Sourdough CrumpetsOlivia Brown
24 April12:00 ETFaithful Friday with Angel BlueBruschetta with Tomato and BasilRob Shone
25 April13:00 ETThe Met’s At-Home Gala A CosmopolitanTim McKeough
25 AprilAvailable All DayPhilharmonia Zürich: ‘Nussknacker und Mausekönig’Chocolate Fondue and Toasted Marshmallows Anna Read
26 April19:00 BSTLondon Symphony Orchestra: Stravinksy’s Rite of SpringSteak Tartare Anastasia Sledkova
26 AprilAvailable All DayFinnische Nationaloper: Sibelius’ ‘Kullervo’ProseccoMathilde Vivier

This Week’s WildKat Recommendation:

Hannah Goldshlack-Wolf from our New York office recommends “Dickinson” on AppleTV, and did you know it’s scored by Drum & Lace? Taking place during writer Emily Dickinson’s era with a modern sensibility and tone, “Dickinson” uses Emily’s outsider’s perspective to explore the constraints of society, gender and family in the 19th century. It’s guaranteed to be a great evening’s binge session!