“Brooklyn’s Best Underground Music Scene...one of the most riveting and unusual chamber music performances of my lifetime”
“Live opera, staged among the dead...evocative...at Green-Wood, [Ousley] is upping his game.”
“Only darkness and candlelight will envelop visitors as the city’s top opera and chamber music ensembles deliver emotional performances.”
Incorporated in 1838, The Green-Wood Cemetery stretches across 478 pastoral acres in Brooklyn and boasts extraordinary works of nineteenth- and twentieth-century sculpture, statuary and architecture. Home to thousands of historic figures, The Green-Wood Cemetery offers tours of its grounds, concerts, book readings and other public events throughout the year. Green-Wood has been designated a National Historic Landmark by the United States Department of the Interior.