WildKat Tasting Menu – w/c 29th June

Monday 29th June 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 29thAll DayNational Theatre: A Midsummer Night’s DreamPaellaKathleen Alder
Monday 29th14:00 ETLive with Carnegie Hall: Daniil TrifonovLamingtonTim McKeough
Tuesday 30th20:00 BSTSphinx Organisation: #TuneInTuesdayCarrot Mango LassiHannah Goldshlack-Wolf
Tuesday 30th18:00 ETDrum & Lace: National Sawdust Digital Discovery FestivalChurrosMarie Le Pévédic
Wednesday 1st12:00 BSTSadler’s Wells: “Dancing at Dusk”Sky and EarthAlexander Elsner
Wednesday 1st19:00 BSTAlexis Ffrench: Piano, Composition and Harmony lessonKalte GurkensuppeAlexander Krupp
Thursday 2ndAll DayBlack Dress Code Concert Hall: Jorge JimenezHomemade SourdoughNaomi Belshaw
Thursday 2nd17:00 BSTClassique sur Canapé: Trio avec PianGreek BruschettaLaure Ugolini
Friday 3rdAll DayDetroit Symphony Orchestra: Undine Smith Moore “Scenes from the Life of a Martyr”Elderflower Wine SpritzerOlivia Brown
Friday 3rdAll DaySoirée lyrique à l’Opéra de ParisSalmon BagelRob Shone
Saturday 4thAll DayChamber Music Society of Detroit: Aaron DiehlHoney Lemon Ginger Cough DropsGeorge Percy
Saturday 4th19:30 BSTLondon Oriana Choir & Dominic Ellis-PeckhamCheesecakeAnna Read
Sunday 5thAll DaySymphonie pour la VieAlmond MacaroonsAnastasia Sledkova
Sunday 5thAll DayNationalSawdust: Kangmin Justin KimZaru SobaMathilde Viver

This Week’s WildKat Recommendation:

This week’s #WildKatRecommendation comes from Naomi from our London Office!

‘During the lockdown I have been taking time to really appreciate my favourite drink. That would be single malt whisky. Once coined as the water of life “Uisce beatha” the name for whiskey in Irish and was the name given by Irish monks of the early Middle Ages to the distilled alcohol.

For me single malt whisky is a delight, there are so many different types with different flavour profiles and so many interesting things to learn about the way it is made. This week I am recommending the 15 year old Dalwhinnie. A fantastic Scottish whisky with a light fruity flavour finished with a touch of heather. To find out more check out my occasional whisky blog where I pair whisky with classical music’