2016 - 2017
What do music and gastronomy have in common? What is the taste of music? Enjoy a unique dish inspired by a work featured on the CSO’s series created by four of Columbus’ star chefs in four outstanding local restaurants.
During the month of May Chef Hubert Seifert at Spagio (1295 Grandview Ave.) has created a delectable dish inspired by the Columbus Symphony’s East Meets West Festival, a southwest marinated pork chop on a bed of fresh ramen and stir fry vegetables with a turmeric and fennel reduction and topped with French fried onions.
Chef Hubert Seifert was born in Aachen, Germany, beginning his culinary apprenticeship at the age of 14. His talents have taken him to all corners of the globe including stops at Brenner's Park Hotel in Baden-Baden, Pierre Troisgros in Lyon, L'Auberge D'll in Alsace, the summer residence of the royal family of Spain in Palma de Mallorca and Orthon Hotels in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Stateside, Chef Hubert has participated in cooking at the nation’s bicentennial with honorary guests President Reagan and Lee Iacocca, as well as, the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.