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An Evening with Ambassador Budi Bowoleksono | May 17, 2017

Left to Right: PCE Music Director Angel Gil-Ordóñez, Indonesian Ambassador H.E. Budi Bowoleksono, PCE Executive Director Joseph Horowitz with PCE's New Lou Harrison CD (Naxos)

Left to Right: PCE Music Director Angel Gil-Ordóñez, Indonesian Ambassador H.E. Budi Bowoleksono, PCE Executive Director Joseph Horowitz with PCE’s New Lou Harrison CD (Naxos)

Join PostClassical Ensemble for

An Evening with Ambassador Budi Bowoleksono

As part of PCE’s Lou Harrison Centenary Celebration, join Indonesian Ambassador Budi Bowoleksono and PostClassical Ensemble’s Angel Gil-Ordóñez and Joe Horowitz on Wednesday, May 17, 2017, for an exploration of Indonesian culture and cuisine.

Join us for this intimate evening and get a rare front-row seat to Cultural Diplomacy at work. For more information and instructions to reserve your seat at the table, click below:

“Goin’ Home: American Roots” with Kevin Deas & DC Youth Orchestra

Goin Home: American Roots | May 20, 2017, at 5pm | Aldridge Theatre at Howard University | Free Admission

Kevin Deas, bass-baritone | DC Youth Orchestra | Mariano Vales, Conductor

Co-produced by the DC Youth Orchestra Program and PostClassical Ensemble

Scripted by Joe Horowitz

Visual track by Peter Bogdanoff

Featuring PCE Resident Artist Kevin Deas, the DC Youth Orchestra joins forces with PostClassical Ensemble to present GOIN’ HOME: American Roots. Featuring works of Aaron Copland, George Gershwin, Antonin Dvorak, and Louis Moreau Gottschalk, this program explores the lineage of African-American music and its profound impact on American concert music.


GOIN’ HOME: American Roots

Saturday, May 20, 2017, at 5pm

The Aldridge Theatre | Howard University

2455 6th Street NW, Washington, DC 20059

Free Admission


PCE’s New Lou Harrison Recording on Naxos

Hear what the critics have been praising:

In honor of the Lou Harrison Centennial, Naxos has just released a CD of three of Harrison’s great pieces: the Violin Concerto, Grand Duo, and Double Music (with John Cage). Every piece on the recording, which is also available as a 24/48 download from multiple sites, is so unique and engaging, and the percussion so resounding, that tracks from the recording are guaranteed to open ears and turn heads.
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