Jordan Rabah, Staff Reporter, The Pawprint
In Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery, classical musicians are now performing among tombstones after a year long hiatus, our heroes, the New York Philharmonic symphony orchestra, have triumphantly returned to once again play for dead people.
As for the reason for this? It’s part of an ongoing series called the “Death of Classical” pun intended, where they hold events such as these where they go to unconventional venues, mostly cemeteries and catacombs and perform for absolutely no logical reason whatsoever.
Max Zeugner, the associate principal bassist for the group says that “We don’t really know who’s listening beyond the people who we can see”