Salon Series: "Music Be the Food of Love" | Portland Chamber Music Festival | Portland, Maine
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Event: Salon Series: "Music Be the Food of Love"

Presented by: Portland Chamber Music Festival
Restaurant Sur Lie, Portland

More About Portland Chamber Music Festival:

The Portland Chamber Music Festival enhances the cultural life of Southern Maine by bringing nationally recognized artists of the highest caliber to Portland to present a wide range of classical and contemporary chamber music, including education and engagement programs for community members of all ages. Tickets are available at the door starting 90 minutes prior to each concert. Prefer to order by phone? Leave a message at (800) 320-0257 and your call will be returned within one business day.


Dig in and savor a delightful musical-culinary adventure: world-class chamber music in the heart of Portland's fantastic foodie scene!

This Valentine's Day Eve program features four internationally renowned chamber artists performing music for various combinations of flute and strings by French composers. Elegant, colorful, and intriguing, it's the perfect complement to chef Emil Rivera's sophisticated, boldly flavored small plates that critics have declared “brilliant” and “a kind of alchemy.”

Devienne Quatuor Concertante in G Major for Flute and Strings (1800)
Yellow Fin Tuna Crudo; sweet soy, lime, jalapeño, Vidalia onion, chives
White Miso Soup; bok choy, ginger, ikura

Ravel Sonata for Violin and Cello (1922)
Pan Seared Duck Breast; duxelles, mojo rojo, rocket
Organic Parsnip Fondant; lemon beurre blanc, sage, toasted manioc

Varèse Density 21.5 for Solo Flute (1936)
Debussy Syrinx for Solo Flute (1913)
Grilled Hanger Steak; hothouse tomato, pickled pepper, basil
Manposteao; rice, pink beans, truffle, spicy mayo

Francaix String Trio (1933)
Lemon Posset; torched meringue, lemon pearls, butter cookie

Featuring Sooyun Kim, flute (Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center); J Freivogel, violin (Jasper String Quartet); Melissa Reardon, viola (PCMF Artistic Director); Gregory Beaver, cello (Chiara String Quartet)

A note on the menu: The first three courses are designed with two star dishes that are each in and of themselves plentiful, so both vegetarians and meat-eaters will leave fully satisfied.
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Dig in and savor a delightful musical-culinary adventure: world-class chamber music in the heart of Portland's fantastic foodie scene!

This Valentine's Day Eve program features four internationally renowned chamber artists performing music for various combinations of flute and strings by French composers. Elegant, colorful, and intriguing, it's the perfect complement to chef Emil Rivera's sophisticated, boldly flavored small plates that critics have declared “brilliant” and “a kind of alchemy.”

Devienne Quatuor Concertante in G Major for Flute and Strings (1800)
Yellow Fin Tuna Crudo; sweet soy, lime, jalapeño, Vidalia onion, chives
White Miso Soup; bok choy, ginger, ikura

Ravel Sonata for Violin and Cello (1922)
Pan Seared Duck Breast; duxelles, mojo rojo, rocket
Organic Parsnip Fondant; lemon beurre blanc, sage, toasted manioc

Varèse Density 21.5 for Solo Flute (1936)
Debussy Syrinx for Solo Flute (1913)
Grilled Hanger Steak; hothouse tomato, pickled pepper, basil
Manposteao; rice, pink beans, truffle, spicy mayo

Francaix String Trio (1933)
Lemon Posset; torched meringue, lemon pearls, butter cookie

Featuring Sooyun Kim, flute (Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center); J Freivogel, violin (Jasper String Quartet); Melissa Reardon, viola (PCMF Artistic Director); Gregory Beaver, cello (Chiara String Quartet)

A note on the menu: The first three courses are designed with two star dishes that are each in and of themselves plentiful, so both vegetarians and meat-eaters will leave fully satisfied.
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