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A Musical Feast with Sarah Hicks

About This Concert

Award-winning local chefs meet musical masterminds in a one-of-a-kind event.

Jose Alarcon (Centro, Popol Vuh), Jamie Malone (Grand Cafe), Jack Riebel (The Lexington) and Mike Brown, Bob Gerken, and James Winberg (Travail Kitchen and Amusements) create amazing dishes on stage while the Minnesota Orchestra performs live under the direction of Sarah Hicks.

Translation services are available for this concert. Visit the Audience Services desk in the Orchestra Hall lobby for assistance.

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Program Notes PDF
Notas sobre el programa en espagñol PDF

Artists

Fun Facts

  • The cooking demonstrations will be projected on the big screen so everyone has a great view.
  • Conductor Sarah Hicks is a self-described “huge foodie.” Conceiving this event, she was inspired by the creative similarities between chefs and musicians and wanted to create an experience that would “engage all of our senses.”
  • A few lucky audience members will be invited onstage to try some of the evening’s creations.
  • Arrive early for concerts throughout the festival and enjoy our $5 Happy Hour along with food, fun and free entertainment.

A Musical Feast sponsored by:

Accessibility at Orchestra Hall

Assisted listening devices available Large print program available Wheelchair seating availableService dogs welcomePlease refrain from using strong perfumes and colognes

Location Orchestra Hall
1111 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis
MN
55403

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A Musical Feast with Sarah Hicks

Tickets

1593639782

1564189200

1625780582

FRI JUL 26 2019 8pm

A Musical Feast | Photo © Courtney Perry

A Musical Feast | Photo © Courtney Perry

Save up to 15% when you buy a Create Your Own package of 3 or more concerts.

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Concert Duration

Approximately 2 hours including a 20 minute intermission.


Pre-Concert

Doors open 6pm

About This Concert

Award-winning local chefs meet musical masterminds in a one-of-a-kind event.

Jose Alarcon (Centro, Popol Vuh), Jamie Malone (Grand Cafe), Jack Riebel (The Lexington) and Mike Brown, Bob Gerken, and James Winberg (Travail Kitchen and Amusements) create amazing dishes on stage while the Minnesota Orchestra performs live under the direction of Sarah Hicks.

Translation services are available for this concert. Visit the Audience Services desk in the Orchestra Hall lobby for assistance.

Read more

Program Notes PDF
Notas sobre el programa en espagñol PDF

Artists

Fun Facts

  • The cooking demonstrations will be projected on the big screen so everyone has a great view.
  • Conductor Sarah Hicks is a self-described “huge foodie.” Conceiving this event, she was inspired by the creative similarities between chefs and musicians and wanted to create an experience that would “engage all of our senses.”
  • A few lucky audience members will be invited onstage to try some of the evening’s creations.
  • Arrive early for concerts throughout the festival and enjoy our $5 Happy Hour along with food, fun and free entertainment.

A Musical Feast sponsored by:

Accessibility at Orchestra Hall

Assisted listening devices available Large print program available Wheelchair seating availableService dogs welcomePlease refrain from using strong perfumes and colognes

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Pre- and Post-Concert Experiences on Friday July 26 / SEE ALL UPCOMING EXPERIENCES

FREE Concert Activities

When: Pre- and Post-Concert
Where: Lobby
Discover new insights and perspectives by engaging with the music in fun and interesting ways! Enjoy a variety of FREE pre- and post-concert experiences for people of all ages.

Live Trivia with Trivia Mafia

When: July 6: 6-6:45pm
Where: N. Bud Grossman Mezzanine
Visit our selfie station, and discover fun facts about the composers and music featured on Sommerfest concerts.

Conversation Café with Rick Nelson

Conversation Café with Rick Nelson

When: 7-7:30pm
Where: Balcony A Lobby
Meet Rick Nelson from the Star Tribune and learn more about his life as a restaurant critic.