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As we prepare to gather around the table for the Thanksgiving feast, put on this playlist of some of the most inspired musical celebrations of food and drink.
A rich blend of music for calm, conversation, and of course, caffeine.
Who says enjoying classical music has to be a sober affair? Here is some music to help you say goodbye to 2020 and hello to 2021.
Wine and music pair together in perfect harmony. Check out these 6 pairings from maestro and wine ambassador Enrique Mazzola.
Some composers ate to live, others lived to eat. Can you match the composer to his favorite food?
For the 2018 festival season, the Ravinia Festival is unveiling a newly designed Dining Pavilion run by award-winning Levy Restaurants, most famous for its Italian restaurant Spiagga, located on North Michigan Avenue in Chicago.
Longtime friends, musician Frank Orrall (Poi Dog Pondering and Thievery Corporation) and chef John Manion have inspired and shared each other’s passion for music and cooking. And one of their favorite subjects to talk about is the relationship between these two art forms.
Find out what classical music you should serve as a Thanksgiving side dish
Chef Bruce Sherman of Michelin-starred North Pond Restaurant shared his favorite holiday dishes and what music pairs perfectly with them.
Though we tend to remember our favorite composers for their music first and foremost, many of them were virtuosic in more ways than one.
Can you tell the difference between Latin American foods and instruments? Take this quiz and find out.
Vincenzo Bellini’s opera Norma is so beautiful, it has inspired a dish: pasta alla Norma. When conductor and cook Riccardo Frizza led performances of “Norma” in Chicago, he shared his recipe.
If you like to accompany your favorite pieces of classical music with a cocktail, try this drink that pairs perfectly with a sonata by Ravel.
Did you know that some of your favorite composers composed recipes as well? Here are a few culinary masterpieces composed by Rossini, Verdi, Ned Rorem, Puccini, and Janáček.