Taste of Oakville: Live at Carnegie Hall

We are excited to return to Carnegie Hall on Tuesday November 12th for our biennial Taste of Oakville featuring a selection of acclaimed member wineries of the Oakville Winegrowers Association. For the first time, we are happy to announce that we are bringing wine, food and the musical arts together with a pre-tasting performance in the intimate Weill Recital Hall. Opus One Winery and Festival Napa Valley have come together to present a concert by internationally acclaimed composer and pianist Yang Bao. The concert begins at 6:00pm, followed by the tasting at 7:00pm. Click Add to Cart to purchase your tickets.

Your ticket includes admission to the concert as well as the wine tasting.


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 About the concert . . .

Opus One Winery and Festival Napa Valley


 . . . have partnered to bring acclaimed international artist Yang Bao to perform in the intimate Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall as part of our biennial Taste of Oakville. Opus One is a dedicated supporter of the musical arts and Festival Napa Valley has been bringing world class performances to venues in Napa Valley for many years. Their Board of Directors is a collection of many of Napa's top vintners who give generously of their time and resources to keep wine, food and the arts alive and thriving. 

 About the Artist


Yang Bao is an installation artist, pianist, and composer based in New York. Through sound sculpture, live performance, composition, video and painting, he creates experimental and ever-evolving visual soundscapes. Best known for his concept of "Infinity Music," he constructs large-scale metal sound sculptures where his dedicated compositions multiply and evolve based on time and chance, transforming landscapes and architectures into monumental super-instruments. With his multimedia and interdisciplinary creativity, he visualizes sound into sculptures, films and paintings, creating an experiential synthesis of the arts. His large-scale outdoor sound sculpture complex "HYPERSPACE" is permanently collected and exhibited at The Donum Estate, one of the world’s largest sculpture collections for contemporary art. His major solo shows include MADLANDS (Long Museum, Shanghai West Bund, 2024), Hear A Century Ahead (Former British Consulate, Shanghai, 2021), Late Night Savage (Cc Foundation, Shanghai, 2021). Yang Bao has been awarded the Maria Manetti Shrem Composer Prize, Forbes China's "Most Influential Young Artists" and Robb Report's "Young Artist of the Year." His artworks have been collected by prestigious institutions, such as Long Museum, and commissioned by international brands, such as Christian Dior and Louis XIII. As a classical pianist graduated from The Juilliard School and New England Conservatory of Music, he recently performed Rachmaninoff's "Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini" with the China Philharmonic Orchestra at the National Centre for the Performing Arts, and debuted his major symphonic and piano composition "First Day on Mars" in California.