The Toledo Symphony Presents Third Annual Dinner Music on February 23, 2013

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Dinner Music Presented by PNC returns to the Toledo Club on February 23 for a sumptuous and lively evening of music and dining--imaginatively paired and presented by Chef Michael Rosendaul and Toledo Symphony musicians.

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The Toledo Symphony, PNC Bank, and the Toledo Club present the unforgettable, up close and personal evening of aural delight and fine dining that is the 3rd annual Dinner Music.

Each private room of the majestic Toledo Club will be transformed into a fabulous private dinner party featuring an ensemble of Toledo Symphony musicians and a gourmet dinner inspired by the music. Following cocktails and hors d'oeurvres in the grand foyer, attendees retreat to a private concert, wine pairing and splendid meal in the company of musicians. The evening concludes with dessert and coffee in the grand foyer.

The event features 9 unique performances and menus, including:

Feel the heat of a February in New Orleans, where the foot-stomping sounds of Dixieland merge with the rich flavors of Creole cuisine.
John Cleveland, piano ~ Rick Luettke, bass ~ Keith McWatters, drums

  • Fried Brussels sprouts and golden potato salad with remoulade dressing
  • Shrimp Creole with smoked chicken-andouille sausage grits, and braised mustard greens

~ $125 per person, $1,000 per table of 8

One of the most popular pieces ever penned, Schubert wrote his Trout Quintet for a close friend during a walking tour of Upper Austria. The congenial influences of friendship and nature will cast a pastoral glow over both the music and the menu.
Kirk Toth, violin ~ Valentin Ragusitu, viola ~ Martha Reikow, cello ~ William McDevitt, bass ~ Valrie Kantorski, piano

  • Shredded red cabbage and granny smith apple slaw in a coffee and cinnamon vinaigrette
  • Crab stuffed rainbow trout roulade with a panko crust and pecan and lemon crema,(Based on Weiner Schnitzel) roasted potato gratin and Swiss chard

~ $150 per person, $1,200 per table of 8

(Limited seats available)
Bold, passionate, intense – words that describe both the music and the flavors of Spain. The Toledo Symphony Brass Quintet will perform an evening of music inspired by Spanish dance rhythms … with a touch of jazz thrown in for good measure.
Lauraine Carpenter, trumpet ~ Thaddeus Archer, trumpet ~ Garth Simmons, trombone ~ David Saltzman, tuba ~ Alan Taplin, horn

  • Salad Sevillana: Spinach, bacon and egg with paprika-red wine vinaigrette
  • Paella: Classic Spanish feast of shrimp, clams, chicken, and mussels in saffron rice

~ $150 per person, $1,200 per table of 8

Call Michelle Devine at 419-418-0055 to reserve a seat or an entire table, and share this amazing musical evening with friends.

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