WildKat’s Tasting Menu w/c 4th May

Monday 4th 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
04 May12.00 BSTLionel Bringuier: Ravel, Dutilleux and DalbavieBeef CurryGeorge Percy
04 May14.00 ETJack Liebeck: ‘VC Living Room Live’Königsberger Klopse & SalzkartoffelnAlexander Krupp
05 May12:00 BSTBertrand Chamayou: RavelAlpine Cheese with Cumberland SauceLaure Ugolini
05 May19:30 ETAngela Hewitt at 92YChocolate Olive Oil Mousse Olivia Brown
06 May17:00 BSTVerbier Festival’s Quarantine Concert: Daniel KoganCheesy Vegan Spinach & Artichoke Dip Kathleen Alder
06 May14:00 BSTVOCES8: Creative music making 7, with Paul Smith and Clare StewartLeek & Mushroom Quiche with MicrogreensHannah Goldshlack-Wolf
07 May11:00 BSTGewandhausorchester: Alban Berg Violin ConcertoChicken VindalooNaomi Belshaw
08 May12:00 BSTLuzerner Sinfonieorchester with Martha Argerich & Misha MaiskyAlbondigasAlexander Krupp
08 May15:00 BSTAccentus Music: “Romeo and Juliet”Vodka, with Blinis, Smoke Salmon and Caviar Rob Shone
08 May15:00 BSTTessa Marchington: ‘Exploring Creative Thinking’Baby Lettuces with Feta, Strawberries and AlmondsAlexander Elsner
08 May18:00 BSTOpera Ballet Vlaanderen: “Der Schmied von Gent”Belgian Fries with MayoTim McKeough
08 May12:00 ETFaithful Friday with Angel BlueManchego CrackersAnna Read
09 May12:00 BSTCellist Sol Gabetta: BeethovenSakéMathilde Vivier
10 May12:00 BSTHope@Home on ArteOld Fashioned Pancakes Marie Le Pévédic
10 May19:00 BSTLondon Symphony Orchestra: Berlioz’s Romeo & JulietSalad Nicoise, with Picpoul Anastasia Sledkova

This Week’s WildKat Recommendation:

This week’s #WildKat Recommendation comes from the wonderful Alexander Elsner!

‘A Classic, but in these times certainly doable, the 650 pg biography of Bach by Christoph Wolff, available in german and English certainly, don’t know about french. It’s an extraordinarily detailed description not only of the life and work of the composer but of the time and circumstance he lived in. Detailed in all accounts this book vivisects the composer like no other work and is still considered the reference of Bach biographies’