Last Saturday, Toronto couple Paula Arciniega and Matt Brooks turned their 2,300-square-foot Wallace Emerson loft into a concert hall.
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On Saturday, one of the hosts was literally part of the concert. Arciniega sang part of the late French composer Maurice Ravel’s “Scheherezade,” with her new acrylic painting of the same name on display behind.
“The music is so close to the audience that the vibrations move you,” she says. “The musicians are so close that the audience can literally look into their eyes—or see them twitching”
Chef Luke Hayes of L.U.S.T.—named one of the top 15 secret supper clubs in the world by the Food Network—prepared crispy paneer bites with a spiced spinach puree: