Chattanooga Now Sound to Table is a multi-sensory fine dining experience at St. John's

Chattanooga Now Sound to Table is a multi-sensory fine dining experience at St. John's

September 21st, 2017 by Staff Report in Chattnow Dining

Pianist Tim Hinck and violinist Holly Mulcahy, concertmaster of the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra, will perform his original music during "Sound to Table" on Sunday, Sept. 24.

Photo by Contributed Photo /Times Free Press.

A multisensory experience in fine dining is planned for Sunday, Sept. 24, at St. John's Restaurant when composer Tim Hinck pairs with chef Rebecca Barron to present Sound to Table.

This four-course collaboration between musician and chef will blend sights, sounds and flavors during the dinner.

"This is the first dinner of this kind that I have any knowledge of having been produced," says Hinck. "I have done a 'dinner concert' with Rebecca before, but this is quite different."

While Hinck prefered to keep the different courses secret so as to surprise guests, he did say that he and Barron have been working together eight months in preparation for this event. Hinck has written all the music that will enhance the mood and flavors prepared by Barron.

Special guest Holly Mulcahy, violinist and concertmaster of the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera, will join Hinck to perform layers of music that unfold with each course from Barron's kitchen.

The dinner will begin at 6 p.m. St. John's Restaurant is located downtown at 1278 Market St.

Sound to Table is $160 per person, which includes wine pairings, tax and gratuity. Reservations are required due to limited seating. Tickets can be purchased online at https://stjohnsrestaurant.instagift.com/sound-to-table-dinner.

For more information 423-266-4400.