A Musical Taste of Coffee
Sunday, September 27, 2:00–3:00 p.m.
Frist Center Auditorium
First come, first seated
In partnership with the Vanderbilt Institute for Coffee Studies and Music City Baroque, we are presenting an afternoon of classical music and coffee. As you listen to the music of master composers, including J. S. Bach’s famous “Coffee Cantata,” enjoy a sample of expertly brewed coffee provided by CREMA, Coffee Roasters (while supplies last). The program will also include a brief talk by Dr. Ted Fischer, the director of Vanderbilt’s Center for Latin American Studies and the Institute of Coffee Studies, on the coffeehouses and culture of early twentieth-century Vienna, the world in which the artists featured in Postcards of the Wiener Werkstätte worked.
Postcards of the Wiener Werkstätte is on view at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts through October 12, 2015.
Take a Trip to Sicily with the Frist Center!
The Frist Center for the Visual Arts is pleased to offer an exclusive opportunity to explore the rich and unique culture of Sicily in the spring of 2016. Join the Frist Center March 13–20 as they experience the variety of architecture styles in Sicily’s main city of Palermo, the impressive Greek ruins and Doric temples of Agrigento, and the medieval churches and breathtaking views of Mt. Etna in Taormina.
Travelers will enjoy special access to private palaces, art, and vintage car collections, with personal tours in the company of barons and baronessas, principes and principessas. Accommodations will be at four- and five-star hotels, including the Grand Hotel Piazza Borsa, Villa Athena, and San Domenico.
In addition to visiting art galleries, museums, and cathedrals, travelers will sample delicious food and enjoy a private tasting and tour of one of the most renowned wineries in Sicily.
More information, a complete itinerary, and the reservation form can be found HERE. You may also contact Autumn Parrott at 615.744.3341 or email@example.com for details. Space is limited. Please indicate your interest by October 9, 2015.