Delphic Forge is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to the promotion of operatic, musical, and theatrical works for the benefit, entertainment, and edification of the public. It aims to fulfill its mission through educational events, media, and studio readings, toward the ultimate goal of having the works, which the organization promotes, produced and staged by a theater company that would make performances of the works readily available to the general public.

From a thematic standpoint, Delphic Forge is especially interested in bringing to public attention, and to the stage, both classical and contemporary artistic creations of aesthetic merit that speak to perennial human concerns and ideas. By doing so, the organization hopes to inform and inspire the imagination of the spectator with a perspective from which he can effectively evaluate au courant ideologies for the betterment and liberation of the individual and the common good. In fine, the endeavors of Delphic Forge involve a quest for an aesthetics and philosophical anthropology in which reason and the senses are reconciled for the sake of an opening to the transcendent.

Delphic Forge is a member of the National Opera Center in New York. One current project of note is Delphic Forge's promotion of the new opera Gracchus.  In December 2019 or early 2020, the organization plans to utilize the studios of the National Opera Center in order to host workshops and musical readings of selected songs from this opera.  The workshops and readings will allow Delphic Forge to highlight selections of the opera to donors, operatic professionals, and theatrical producers, with a view to realizing a staging of the complete opera in the future.