Join us for this elegant evening as we celebrate the richness of cultural diversity and harmony in Medieval Spain. The night will feature foods and entertainment of the Moorish, Jewish and Christian cultures in the candlelit gothic splendor of Trinity Cathedral as we raise money to provide high-quality live music for listeners of all ages. This annual event - a fundraising benefit for Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral - takes place Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015.
The grand event kicks off at 6:30 pm with tapas in the Great Hall, followed by a procession into the cathedral for a multi-course multi-cultural dinner of Spain's finest cuisine. Feasters will be served and entertained by Great Lakes Light Opera soloists and ensembles, fencers, a fire eater, and of course, Spanish favorites on the Great and Portative Organs.
“It will be a rollicking good evening that supports a worthy cause,” says Todd Wilson, director of music and worship. “All are welcome so do come out and join in the fun and festivities!”
Costumes are encouraged, but not a must, for this historic-style banquet. It’s a wonderful group outing and a great way to beat the bleak mid-winter blues. Visit www.medievalfeast.org to order tickets or call 216-774-0420. Tickets are $100. The Medieval Feasts are produced by Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral.
Whether arriving on horseback, foot or in a modern-day chariot, parking is free. Trinity Cathedral's parking lot entrance is on Prospect Avenue at East 22nd Street.