Classical Music is Dead*

The Nouveau Classical Project
#tbt to Form/Figure, a concert from our earlier days. 2014 @CFDA finalist/2010 @parsons560 designer of the year finalist @gigiburris was kind enough to loan us her pieces. So happy for her well-deserved success! #truetalent

#tbt to Form/Figure, a concert from our earlier days. 2014 @CFDA finalist/2010 @parsons560 designer of the year finalist @gigiburris was kind enough to loan us her pieces. So happy for her well-deserved success! #truetalent

Digging @kate_casanova’s Ornamental at @lprnyc #art #installations (at (le) poisson rouge)

Digging @kate_casanova’s Ornamental at @lprnyc #art #installations (at (le) poisson rouge)

I want people to be afraid of the women I dress.

—Alexander McQueen

I’m so glad I never learnt music theory

—said no musician. Ever. (via sillywhatwell)

New trailer for #potentialenergies coming out soon. Shot by the one & only Mind Hive Films #justthebeginning (at NCP Top Secret Headquarters)

New trailer for #potentialenergies coming out soon. Shot by the one & only Mind Hive Films #justthebeginning (at NCP Top Secret Headquarters)

Dirty NYSCAtini

We applied to NYSCA for the first time and even got our application in a day early before it was officially due! It was an intense, grueling process and we’re celebrating with a Dirty NYSCAtini. Here’s the recipe, brought to you by our clarinetist Isabel Kim. Photo by Glenn Cornett.

Dirty NYSCAtini

-2 1/2 shots of gin
-1/8 shot of extra dry vermouth
-½ shot of sweat and tears (proportions vary depending on individual)

1. Submit your NYSCA application.
2. Sigh in relief and say, “I need a drink.”
3. No need to shower. Stay in your sweatpants. Combine all ingredients and shake with ice in a cocktail shaker.
4. Add more sweat/tears to taste if you like it extra dirty.
5. Garnish with olives or squeeze out a few more tears if you can.