Classical Cocktails - Going for Baroque
Join Bach & Bacchanalia for an intimate concert series exploring the beautiful, charming music of the baroque era. Complete with an open bar and historically-inspired cocktails, you won’t want to miss out on this fantastic evening at Camp David in Industry City.
Classical music doesn't have to be stuffy - it can be just as fun and casual as grabbing a drink with friends. Our vibe is more 'cocktail party' than 'Carnegie Hall.' If you're already a connoisseur, you will be delighted with the quality of our musicians, the programs they design, and their insights. If you're a complete novice, don't fret - you'll fit right in, too. For the last performance of our baroque series, we will again be joined by cellist Clara Abel and violinist Carmen Johnson-Pájaro for a lively exploration of French music of the 17th century.
Tickets are $45 and include the full 50-minute concert and open bar with wine and beer! After the show, join us for a historically-inspired cocktail menu next door at local distillery Standard Wormwood. Doors open at 6:00pm with music starting at 6:30pm.
Venue: Camp David
237 36th Street
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