The New York Philharmonic is leaving no stones unturned to raise its profile as a premier cultural experience. Their latest effort is the launch of the 2010–2011 Musical Suppers series. A variety of chefs have been organised for the dinners.
Eric Latzky, vice president of communications at the New York Philharmonic says: “The aim of the New York Philharmonic’s Musical Suppers series is to create a unique and intimate high-end cultural experience, positioning the Philharmonic at the forefront of New York’s cultural scene in the larger sense. Our host, former Times restaurant critic Mimi Sheraton, has assembled a top-notch line-up of chefs for this season’s dinners, which will be intimate affairs pairing the best of music and food.” The Supper Series will take place at the Arpeggio Food & Wine in Avery Fisher Hall and will run from Dec. 10 to June 10, 2011.
Tickets cost $225 each and Supper Series is only available to concert attendees. The concerts of the New York Philharmonic takes place in the Avery Fisher Hall, at New York’s Lincoln Center. Mr. Latzky also adds: “Many of the people who come to Musical Suppers are drawn in by the chance to attend an intimate dinner designed by a well-known chef and it might therefore be their first time attending a New York Philharmonic concert – as well as vice versa.”