10 comments for “What to Pair With Monet? Try Classical Music.

  1. April 19, 2010 at

    I've always wanted to do a recital that includes poetry, music and photography. My husband is a mighty fine photographer (http://www.gdanmitchell.com/), I've studied and enjoyed poetry for a long time, and I just thought the three would go so well together. Of course wanting to do it and DOING it are two very different things!

    • April 20, 2010 at

      Hi Patty. How true your last sentence!! I am finally at a point in my life where I say, "better think big now than in 10 years".

      I checked out your husband's website. Gorgeous art/nature photographs. You should motivate to put the package together!

    • May 6, 2010 at

      I'll second that one, Patty! Have been thinking about how to combine food, wine, poetry art and photography in one event for some months. But maybe too much sensory overload in one sitting?

  2. April 19, 2010 at

    It's called "Muse" salon….it's happening in Minneapolis/St. Paul.
    Tzigane-Ravel, Ballade, Chopin, Korlin paintings, new composer Beall marimba and soprano composition, food and wine….coffee beans talk….call Artistic Directors O.DADO and O.ITKIN for the next event, 4/30/10.
    Kisses,
    O

    • April 19, 2010 at

      Hi Orieta- How wonderful to hear you are making it happen in St. Paul and Minneapolis!! I look forward to learning more about it. hugs, David

  3. April 18, 2010 at
    • April 18, 2010 at

      Wow. Beautiful. I see there are many videos of art paired with music. I would love to see it done more often live, in a museum, perhaps with several small ensembles playing slightly different music in different rooms of paintings.

  4. April 18, 2010 at

    I think Debussy or Ravel would be particularly appropriate, along with a nice Cabarnet Sauvignon, some nice cheese, and a baguette. What was the question? Now I'm hungry … Perchance un peu du pain perdu avec la creme fraiche et les frambois. Oh … sorry … got lost in the moment there.

    • April 18, 2010 at

      Bien sur, un repas complet avec la musique, l'art et la nourriture, pour ourrire les yeux, les oreilles, le corps et l'ame!

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