Sundays just got better, with Amadeus Bistro & Wine Bar’s latest Sunday Roast Sessions!
If you didn’t already figure it out, Amadeus the restaurant, is named after Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the prolific and influential composer of the Classical era. Mozart showed prodigious ability from his earliest childhood, and in line with fine food and great music, this idea was born, for Amadeus the restaurant. You see, Amadeus Bistro and Wine bar, will be a space on weekends, where amateur musicians (strings, acoustics) may come together to perform with other like minded children and young adults.
To kick start this event, we were invited to the launch of the Amadeus Sunday Roast Session, where the Clap & Tap Children’s orchestra performed. There was a trio and a quartet who took turns to play from a repertoire of classical music as well as christmas carols. The Sunday Roast Sessions are priced at RM35++ without wines, and RM85++ with wines. You get a fantastic free flow of Wine and Prosecco for just RM85 and in both cases, choose from an unlimited salad bar, then a choice of mains followed by dessert.
For the mains, a choice of steak, fish or lamb. Here’s my Steak..
salmon mushroom risotto
1st Act: The Clap & Tap Children’s Orchestra – A String Quartet
Tan Mei Jun ( the leader) on cello; Loh Wern She – 1st violin; Teh Casey – 2nd violin and Wong Hayley – 3rd violin
Entrance of the Queen of Sheba; Joy to the World; Jingle Bell; Polka; Music from the Pirates of Caribbean
2nd Act: Clap & Tap Children’s Orchestra – A String Trio
Lew Xin Yi – 1st violin; Lew Zhi Yi – 2nd violin; Lew Jia Yi – cello
The Eine Kleine Nachtmusik by Mozart; Canon in D
then desserts were served
more entertainment – the crowd sang to oldies played by Aznan on the guitar
And even baby approves!
A great Sunday Roast Session and it was a pleasure being in the company of young ones who are so musically talented!
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I heard their duck confit with risotto is quite good…gonna try tat when I go ala-carte…hehe =)
That’s right! 😀
Cute pics of the young musicians.
They are so talented too!
Woahh… love those white stockings worn by the young musicians! That steak looks real good yo!
A great time. We missed you!