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‘Tzavta’: Hebrew for the act of sitting together

CURATED CONVERSATION ABOUT ART AND SUBSTANCE

Tzavta” is  Sidewalk Citizen Bakery monthly cultural dinner salon hosting, curators, animators, writers, installers, artists and scientists – the people behind the scenes. The inspiration is (of course) bread: seemingly simple yet inherently complex requiring skill, diligence and dedication to make.

Join us for an intimate, lively talk, devoid of encouraging advice about life but filled with information, stories and an open discussion where one is free to ask and learn. The conversation is preceded by dinner create in honour of speakers and based on their inspiration, heritage or passion.

 

GOOD FOOD, GOOD PEOPLE 

 

Since our venue is small we are limited to 35 people

TALK FOUR

MAY SALON

Our May Salon hosts Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra’s Concertmaster and First Violinist Diana Cohen in conversation with Principal Timpanist Alexander Cohen and Double Bass player Matthew Heller, for conversation about classical music and being a front centre instrumentalist versus an accompanying musician. 

To menu will feature Russian dishes with French and German influences as a homage to the great classical composers, in particular Tchaikovsky and Bach. Our guest musicians requested a menu featuring European cuisines expressing the cosmopolitan lifestyle of the time.

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Art work by Kali Urquhart

Where

Sidewalk Citizen Bakery at the Simmons

618 Confluence Way SE

When

Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

Time

6:00 – 8:30 PM (Parking is free)

Price

$35 includes stew (meat or vegetarian), salad, bread, dessert, coffee, stimulating conversation.

Tickets are on sale here:

 

Tzavta May 25th Tickets