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Taste of Opera

Taste of Opera
Published

Taste of Opera

Mar. 25

A series of food-centric events have been designed to offer an introduction to San Diego Opera’s season in informal and casual settings around themed dinners and cooking classes. Chef Katherine Afendoules-Emmenegger from The Curious Fork in Solana Beach has created cooking class menus inspired by the settings of Tosca (Italy), Madama Butterfly (Japan), and — up next this month — Jake Heggie’s new opera, Great Scott (USA). Chef Afendoules-Emmenegger will be accompanied by sous chef (San Diego Opera’s Director of Education and Community Engagement) Dr. Nicolas Reveles, who will entertain guests with facts, stories, and musical excerpts while the meal is being created. The Great Scott menu will include French Onion Dip Potato Skins, Carolina Barbeque with Tangy Sauce and House Made Pickled Peppers, Farmer’s Market Slaw, Hush Puppy Onion Rings, and Apricot-Pistachio Tarts.

 

In Great Scott, modern day woman Arden Scott struggles with the challenges ahead when she moves back to her hometown to save the American Opera, only to find that opening night is scheduled on the same day as the big game of the home football team. The story is told with lighthearted, tender humor, and explores music of the past while contrasting it with today’s popular culture. 619.533.7000, sdopera.org/engage/taste-of-opera

Taste of Opera

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