May 20, 2024

DoC Profiled in The Guardian!

Supporters of our Subterranean Vision,

We're thrilled to share a feature on Death of Classical that ran in today's issue of leading UK/International newspaper The Guardian, speaking about our mission, vision, and work. You can view the full article HERE!

And as always, if you wish to support DoC, then you can make a tax-deductible donation HERE - in addition to our eternal gratitude, you'll also receive a super-cool black metal members card, and early access to tickets for our performances!

This Friday, we have our season-opening event at Green-Wood Cemetery, Spring, Strings, and Tasty Things! The weather is looking absolutely perfect for this one-night-only event, where we open our hearts, minds, and gullets and take in a smorgasbord of sounds, sips, and sumptuous victuals.

The evening begins with crowds wandering across Green-Wood’s historic landscape, enjoying spirits tastings from boutique distillers like Fort Hamilton, Appalachian Gap, and more (including non-alcoholic options by Curious Elixirs and delicious water from Liquid Death). There'll also be snacks on hand (included in ticket price) and fantastical fare from local food trucks available for purchase, as well as scattered chamber music performances to aid with digestion.

Then, the insanely talented members of Ruckus, one of the finest Early Music bands playing today, will offer a lesson in old-school social dancing for anyone who wishes to learn how to shake it like they did in 1799...

THEN, just when you thought it couldn't get any better, we'll all gather at dusk under the shadow of Green-Wood's Gothic Arch, and listen Ruckus close the evening with a performance of Handel's majestic Water Music.

These are always a highlight of our year, so get your tickets HERE!

See you at the Cemetery!