Angel's Share

Beginner's Ear

Musical Meditation on Grief

Twilight Performance - 4:00-5:00pm

This event is completely free to the public
No registration or RSVP is required

Feel free to bring blankets or cushions
for your own comfort while sitting on the grass.

Made possible through the City Artist Corps Grant
program and New York Foundation for the Arts.

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the long version

This past year and a half has been a time of profound and terrible loss. As our world and our city continues to process this collective trauma, we thought it might be helpful to partner with our dear friends at Green-Wood Cemetery and Beginner’s Ear, to put together a live music meditation on grief that will be free for all to attend.


Taking place on the same high hill of the cemetery where we’ll host our performance of Fauré’s Requiem, the hourlong event will begin with a guided meditation on mourning, led by Beginner’s Ear founder Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim, followed by a musical performance that will emerge from the silence, including music from the Fauré Requiem and more.


This event is completely free to the public, no registration or RSVP is required - just show up at 4PM on Saturday! Please feel free to bring blankets or cushions for your own comfort while sitting on the grass. Made possible through the City Artist Corps Grant program and New York Foundation for the Arts.

The short version

Come join us in the cemetery for a powerful, poignant reflection on grief, and the beautiful preciousness of life.

The Artists

The Music

Our shows have limited seating and sell out almost immediately. Join our mailing list, and then get your tickets as soon as you receive the email!

Or you can also get special access to tickets by donating here:

Our shows have limited seating and sell out almost immediately. Join our mailing list, and then get your tickets as soon as you receive the email!

Or you can also get special access to tickets by donating here: