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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Wild Beast Feast - May 5!



Well, the Wild Beast Feast is coming up May 5, and I am ever-so excited about that. It's a time to get to know the Symphony and hang out with other supporters of music in the area. Plus, local sportsmen will cook up their savory creations with game, pork, poultry and seafood, and you can jam to the tunes of the Chris Shearman Experience too. The band has a fun sound that's diverse, and I particularly love it when the harmonica comes into the picture!

Also, you will not want to miss out on a glamorous auction with trips, exclusive dinners, hunting trips, and more. One of the auction items will include Vickie Singletary's original painting that she created "live" during the Symphony's April performance of “Memorandoom” - featuring the composer's very soul - that of Shostakovich! (Yes, his very soul!!!) The picture to the left is of Vickie painting during the performance. It was quite fascinating.


Anyway, so the pre-feast begins at 3 p.m. You will be able to watch the chefs cooking their wild beasts. At 5 p.m., you can try new dishes from any number of chefs. Oh, and children are welcome! This year there will be a kids’ corner, where your little ones can decorate chef hats and enter into a coloring contest. There will also be delicious desserts - live and silent auctions.

The event will be at the Cash & Carry Building, located at 801 Enterprise Blvd. The Wild Beast Feast is a family event. Admission is $30 for adults and $15 for children ages 7-14 at the door, and advanced tickets are $25 for adults and $10 for children.
There will be a cash bar with the Happy Hour Bar Crew (who allegedly will have a special cocktail creation for the event called the "Edgemont Beast.")

For more information about the Lake Charles Symphony, how to become a member and upcoming concerts, call (337) 433-1611 and visit 
http://www.lcsymphony.org/. Follow the Symphony on Twitter at @lcsymphony or like us on Facebook! (Photo by Frank DiCesare) 

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