Death of Classical and The Green-Wood Cemetery will present Hot Dogs, Hooch, & Handel on May 27, 2022, from 7:00-10:00 PM, with a rain date of May 28. The event will feature several hot dog vendors, a selection of local spirits, and a performance of works by George Frideric Handel by a Baroque ensemble directed by Elliot Figg at the harpsichord.
The long-awaited follow-up to 2019’s acclaimed Burgers, Bourbon, and Beethoven will focus on the hot dog invented in 1867 by permanent Green-Wood resident Charles Feltman. Hot dog vendors include Little Hot Dog Wagon, Dog Day Afternoon, and Yeah Dawg!!! Vegan Hot Dogs. Hot dogs will be available for purchase and snacks are included in the ticket price. The food can be paired with a sampling of spirits generously provided by Van Brunt Stillhouse, Lost Explorer Mezcal, Départ Wine, L’Orgeat, Appalachian Gap Distillery and more.
HHH will take place on the grounds surrounding Green-Wood’s landmarked Gothic Arch and will officially kick off the fourth season of The Angel’s Share, the acclaimed opera and classical music concert series that takes place in the Green-Wood’s Catacombs, curated by Andrew Ousley and Harry Weil.
This year’s performances include Sarah Kirkland Snider‘s Mass for the Endangered, the one-night-only premiere of Aaron Seigel’s Watching Birds at the End of the World featuring opera superstar Anthony Roth Constanzo, Stewart Goodyear and Jed Distler performing a rarely-heard arrangement of Mahler’s 9th Symphony for four hands, Daisy Press’ full program of compositions by Hildegard Von Bingen, and the Grammy-winning Attacca Quartet performing music from their new recording Of All Joys.