Celebrate Food, Music and Community with GMU’s Cuisine and Confessions April 8 & 9

  George Mason University’s Center for the Arts presents Montreal’s The 7 Fingers of the Hand in their energetic and imaginative production of Cuisine & Confessions on Saturday, April 8 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. and on Sunday, April 9 at 4 p.m. in the Concert Hall. In addition, the Center will host a free outdoor mini-festival celebrating food, music, and community between shows on April…

Kennedy Center presents The NSO with Joshua Bell curated by Gourmet Symphony

As part of a weeklong residency at the Kennedy Center, the internationally renowned violinist Joshua Bell and the National Symphony Orchestra join forces with the D.C.-based Gourmet Symphony to present a unique collaboration showcasing the musical and culinary arts in one evening’s program. The multi-course, culinary-inspired concert will feature Grammy Award®-winning violinist Joshua Bell as soloist, celebrity chef Mike Isabella as the…

Gourmet Symphony Presents EARTH: Part of the Saloon Concert Series

Gourmet Symphony will be kicking off 2017 with a newly announced Saloon Concert Series event in Old Town Alexandria. The culinary-inspired musical experience will be presented in collaboration with Columbia Firehouse Restaurant & Barroom and feature performances by musicians from the Grammy-nominated Inscape Chamber Orchestra and soprano Jaely Chamberlain. Gourmet Symphony Presents…The Saloon Concert Series:…

The Park at Fourteenth: Downtown DC Red Carpet Dining

In lieu of the usual restaurant review, DC Style Is Real brings you a glimpse of a real-life back and forth about a recent dining experience at The Park at Fourteenth.  Two DC ladies reflect on a fun weeknight out in McPherson Square over GChat.   The Park at Fourteenth treated us to dinner, showing…

Taste Your Music Benefit Concert at the Hamilton

Thursday, September 3, 2015 The Hamilton Live Gourmet Symphony and Capital City Symphony co-host a celebratory evening of curated cocktails, cuisine, and music benefiting Taste Your Music, the community outreach project that feeds and inspires DC’s residents in need. A portion of the event’s proceeds benefit Bread for the City, Miriam’s Kitchen, and So Others Might Eat….

Meet DC’s Meat Man

Most children relish the thought of sweet treats, like rugelach or those festive chocolate-covered rainbow cookies. Not Douglas Singer, meat extraordinaire and owner of Singer’s Significant Meats. As a child growing up in Cleveland and Detroit, Singer made no bones about his favorite indulgences when visiting his grandparents. He wanted to go to the deli,…

Bacon & Bourbon Festival November 19

Pardon the puns and come out to support a great cause, the fight against Alzheimer’s, to the tune of bluegrass, bacon and bourbon. Join Washington City Paper for an evening of bacon, bourbon, beer and bluegrass. (Now that’s a mouthful. A delicious mouthful.) Your ticket provides you the opportunity to taste over 30 top whiskies…