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SUSTAINance: Music & Mezze


SUSTAINance: Music & Mezze

Indulge your senses as you experience the connection between music and food as each course features music for flute and strings. Andrea Ryan from Damoori Kitchen will present four courses of gourmet Lebanese cuisine inspired by the music being performed. Bright, colorful charcuterie plates mimic the cheerful melodies of Mozart. Enjoy different mezze (appetizers), the “journey of the meal”, as the music of the Roussel wanders through different moods. A modern twist on Fattoush (Lebanese salad) echoes the transformation from longing to peace portrayed in the Foote piece. “A World I Loved,” a Middle Eastern sounding piece written for Western instruments, echoes the traditional Lebanese main dish of chicken, rice, and vegetables – familiar food offered in new flavors. Please join us on this special night as we experience a delightful marriage of sound and taste.


Tickets to the event include a fully catered meal by Damoori Kitchen.

Presented by: Sustain Music

February 7, 2019 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Duration 2h

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Christina Medawar

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About Christina Medawar

Seattle native Christina Medawar is founder, artistic director, and flutist for The Sustain Music Project, a chamber music group started in 2018 which connects the community through classical music by creating engaging and interesting musical experiences. Each concert is presented in tandem with a different artistic medium (such as visual arts, food, and dance) and with community-serving […]

Brittany Boulding

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About Brittany Boulding

Violinist Brittany Boulding, a member of the Seattle Symphony and Seattle Opera Orchestra, has appeared most recently as a soloist with the Olympia Symphony, Northwest Sinfonietta, Auburn Symphony Orchestra, Pacific Northwest Ballet Orchestra, Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra, Seattle Festival Orchestra, Thalia Symphony Orchestra, Cascade Symphony Orchestra, New Haven Symphony Orchestras, Spoleto USA, and the Orquesta de […]

Andy Liang

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About Andy Liang

After making his solo debut with the Oregon Symphony at the age of 11, Andy Liang went on to perform in Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, and Jordan Hall by the age of 15. Andy has been a featured soloist with orchestras such as the Oregon Symphony, Portland Chamber Orchestra, Vancouver Symphony, Portland Youth Philharmonic, […]

Timothy Christie

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About Timothy Christie

Violinist and violist, Timothy Christie, enjoys a multifaceted career as performer, teacher, public speaker and recording artist. He is the Founder and Artistic Director of the Walla Walla Chamber Music Festival (WWCMF), a nonprofit organization in southeastern Washington presenting more than 40 public chamber music events annually. He also serves on the faculty of the […]

Nathan Chan

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About Nathan Chan

Cellist Nathan Chan discovered his talent for music at an early age through conducting. Before he was two, he could emulate the styles of conductors he saw on music videos such as Seiji Ozawa, Herbert von Karajan and Leonard Bernstein, using a chopstick as a baton. As a toddler, his imitations were so intuitively musical […]

Sustain Music

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About Sustain Music

Sustain Music is a chamber music project that connects community by creating engaging and interesting musical experiences. Our programs tell stories through music. We talk about the deeper meaning behind each piece – for instance: why the composer wrote it, what to listen for, and what to think about while listening – and we connect these concepts what’s happening around us in the present. Each project – […]