Florida International University’s Biscayne Bay Campus is partnering with FIU’s School of Music for the fifth year to present a variety of gourmet dining and musical events sure to please all audiences.
The Prestige Cultural Series will include a live cooking demonstration and a wine adventure. On Wednesday, October 23, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. “American Harvest,” a gourmet wine and food dining experience will be held at FIU’s Chaplin School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 3000 N.E. 151st St., North Miami. Chef Michael Moran, Culinary Coordinator for the South BeachWine and Food Festival, will perform a live cooking demonstration with flaming desserts.
The Prestige Cultural Series, is one of the first events in FIU’s new state-of-the-art Restaurant Management Lab. This year’s events include live performances by FIU School of Music’s most talented performers from the Opera Workshop and Music Theater Workshop. The Prestige Cultural Series hosts additional gourmet wine and food events featuring a “Kurt Weil Cabaret Performance” November 22, “Mystery Theater” March 5, 2014, “Raise a Glass,” a Wine Adventure April 1, 2014, and “Give My Regards to Broadway” February 1, 2014. Tickets are $45 dollars for dining events and $10 for the February 1st event. Net proceeds benefit the BBC Excellence Fund and FIU’s School of Music.
Sponsored by the City of Sunny Isles Beach, Bal Harbour Village, the Town of Golden Beach, US Century Bank, Dr. Jules Oaklander, The Honorable and Mrs. Billy Joel, The Honorable and Mrs. Bob Diamond, The George and Ida Mestel Foundation, Herbert Gruber and Donna Lee, Sandra Lansing, Jan and Harold Solomon.
“We are thrilled to partner again with our community sponsors to present the Prestige Cultural Series,” said Steven V. Moll, Vice Provost of BBC.
For more information about the series and to purchase tickets, contact Herline Emmanuel at 305-919-5700 or email hemmanue@ fiu.edu. For more information about FIU’s School of Music, visit Livethearts. com for a calendar of events.