Anthony Bourdain, a chef and writer whose explorations of food and culture have formed the basis of several successful television series, will be at Guild Hall Sunday at 11 a.m. for a conversation with Florence Fabricant, a cookbook author and food columnist for The New York Times. A book signing will follow.
Thrust into the culinary limelight with his 2000 book “Kitchen Confidential,” Mr. Bourdain has published three novels in addition to a mini-library of food-related books. His show “No Reservations” ran for eight years on the Travel Channel and won two Emmy Awards. Tickets are $15, $13 for members.
St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble will perform at Guild Hall at 8 p.m. on Sunday. Consisting of 22 virtuoso artists, the ensemble is dedicated to the mastery of a repertoire ranging from Baroque to contemporary and forms the artistic core of the Orchestra of St. Luke’s.
The Guild Hall program will include Verdi’s “The Four Seasons” and Bach’s “Orchestral Suite No. 2 in B minor (BWV 1067).” Prime orchestra seats are $75, $70 for members; orchestra tickets are $40 and $38, and balcony seats are $25 and $23.
On Monday evening at 8, Guild Hall will present the Doo Wop Project, which features cast members from “Jersey Boys,” “Motown,” and “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” performing classic doo wop, pop hits, and Motown standards. Prime seats are $75 and $70, orchestra tickets are $60 and $58, and balcony tickets are $40 and $38.