THE ART DINNER
As featured in Tatler Bystander and Suitcase Magazine, The Art Dinners are a bespoke fine dining experience in a contemporary gallery setting, celebrating the fusion of intellectual and creative minds.
Featuring a special music interlude by London's Guildhall cellist, rising star Michael Petrov, a collaboration with the Chelsea Music Festival NYC and the Italian Supper Club
HEAR / TASTE / SEE
A multi-sensory dinner experience
May 22nd 2013
7.30 - 10.30 pm
For this month's ART DINNER, Debut Contemporary is excited to be collaborating with the amazing Italian Supper Club and the Chelsea Music Festival NYC, featuring a live music interlude by London's Guildhall cellist, rising star Michael Petrov, and the presence of 6 emerging artists.
Enjoy a bespoke fine dining experience in a contemporary Notting Hill gallery setting, celebrating the fusion of intellectual and creative minds. The evening promises the perfect blend of visual, performing and culinary arts in an exceptional setting.
" After much food and a few more drinks did everyone trot off home feeling inspired " TATLER
" We can see why everyone wants to be a part of it" SUITCASE MAG
" It was a truly memorable evening, and one that did much to remind why art is such an important part of our lives." - Harry Hughes, Quintessentially
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Rising Star Michael Petrov will be one among 100 musicians to be invited to perform in this year's Chelsea Music Festival NYC, and we are thrilled to hear a taster of his talent during this month's ART DINNER.
Cellist Michael Petrov made his first concert appearance at the age of seven with Vivaldi's cello concerto in A minor with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. He previously studied at the Yehudi Menuhin School with Thomas Carroll and was awarded a full scholarship to continue his education at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama where he is taught by Louise Hopkins. In 2011 he won the International Suggia Competition in Porto. Michael is supported by the Guildhall School Trust.
The Chelsea Music Festival, now in its fourth consecutive season takes place in New York City from June 14 to June 22, 2013. With over 20 planned events celebrating the visual, performing and culinary arts, the Festival's 2013 program is centered on this year's British-Italian theme and paying tribute to three composer anniversaries: Benjamin Britten (100th), Corelli (300th) and Gesualdo (400th).
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