Beethoven's Kitchen Returns
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — January 10, 2017
BALTIMORE, MD — Beethoven's Kitchen returns to FLAVOR. On February 5, the Symphony Number One Woodwind Quintet will perform at FLAVOR restaurant, featuring a customized brunch menu, special composer-specific cocktails, and musical numbers all tied together for a unique musical-culinary experience. Melissa Johnson Lander, Sarah Eckman McIver, Garrett Hale, Kelsay Jones, and Kika Wright will perform music by Zemlinskhy, Fine, Ligeti, D'Rivera, and Peabody Conservatory faculty composer Judah Adashi.
The audience can arrive early for brunch, stay late for a special cocktail hour with the musicians, or both. The audience is encouraged to order food and drink throughout the performance.
1:30 PM: "Beethoven's Brunch" - extended brunch hours
3:00 PM: Performance begins - SNO Woodwind Quintet performs
4:30 PM: Cocktail hour - custom composer cocktails
- $15 - General Admission
- $10 - Seniors, Veterans, Public Servants
- $5 - Students, Children
Food + Drink:
- Full brunch menu, or
- $35 - "Brunch + Bottomless" includes a full brunch dish, bottomless Bellini's and Mimosa's, Tax, and Tip.
Beethoven's Kitchen is Symphony Number One’s intimate and innovative chamber music project, serving up aged and seasoned classics alongside fresh and flavorful new works. Each concert is infused with creative food and drinks options. It's music's test kitchen, cooking up cutting-edge music with inspired bites. Beethoven's Kitchen invigorates the senses while stimulating the appreciation of chamber music, all while supporting local businesses and foodies alike.
**In December, SNO released their latest album, More. Read the Press Release.**
ABOUT SYMPHONY NUMBER ONE: Symphony Number One is Baltimore's newest chamber orchestra, performing substantial works by emerging composers, riveting classics, and a twist of pop. Symphony Number One brings together great composers of the past, virtuoso performers of the present, and the leading compositional voices of the future, creating electrifying concert experiences for all of Baltimore. SNO has been recognized among the 2016 "Best of Baltimore" by Baltimore Magazine, honored by the Warnock Foundation, and twice honored by Women's Philharmonic Advocacy. To learn more, visit the website.