PCE’s Lou Harrison CD: Simplemente Magnifico

PostClassical Ensemble’s Lou Harrison CD is receiving a lot of attention in Spain.

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Lou Harrison Centenary Sponsorship

      Broadcast Sponsor at the $25,000 level  The Broadcast Sponsor will receive on-air recognition during the broadcast of the April 24, 2017 concert and the subsequent bi-monthly radio series PostClassical on the WWFM Classical Network. Logos will be placed on PCE’s website, social media and will be prominently displayed as the “Broadcast Sponsor” […]

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Unanswered Question | Arts Leadership in the Age of Trump

Arts Leadership in the Age of Trump March 2, 2017 by Joseph Horowitz In 1966 the New York Philharmonic undertook an 18-day Stravinsky festival as a kind of try-out for Lukas Foss, whom Leonard Bernstein favored to take over as music director. The conductors included Foss, Bernstein, Ernest Ansermet (who had conducted for Diaghilev), Kiril […]

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GALA RSVP

Thank you supporting PostClassical Ensemble. We look forward to having you join us in celebrating the legacy of Arthur Hartman and his use of the Arts to promote peace among nations. Please take a moment and complete the following RSVP  

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Directors and Advisors

Board of Directors Robin Berrington, Secretary Timothy Bork Dr. Lorenzo Candelaria Liz Cullen Christopher Denby, Chair Glen S. Fukushima Robert Gelbard Christopher Gekker Angel Gil–Ordóñez Eric J. Larsen Dr. Carlotta Miles Tamara Munk William Richards Irene Roth Patrick D. Smith Advisory Board Philip Bennett Arturo Brillembourg Anna Celenza David Chambers Nancy Chasen Lizette Corro Christopher […]

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Celebrating Don Quixote

November 19, 2005 @ 7:30pm John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Terrace Theater Washington, DC Presented by the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in collaboration with Puppetsweat Theater and the Theater Department of Wesleyan University Chris Pedro Trakas, [highlight3]baritone/reader[/highlight3] Awet Andemicael, [highlight3]soprano[/highlight3] Peter Burroughs, [highlight3]tenor[/highlight3] Puppetsweat Theater PostClassical Ensemble conducted by Angel Gil-Ordóñez […]

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Unanswered Question | Arts in the Age of Trump (Cont.)

Arts in the Age of Trump (Continued) September 8, 2017 by Joe Horowitz The Age of Trump has rapidly changed the American cultural landscape in many ways. In the silo of classical music, there is suddenly a felt need to ask: What’s it for? Why are we doing this? How can the arts affect social or political […]

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Unanswered Question | Copland and the Cold War

Copland and the Cold War September 6, 2017 by Joe Horowitz PostClassical Ensemble’s most recent WWFM “PostClassical” radio show is “Copland and the Cold War” – aired last Friday and now archived. Our two-hour program includes Aaron Copland’s prize-winning New Masses workers’ song “Into the Streets, May First” as well as a re-enactment of Copland’s 1953 grilling by […]

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THE RUSSIAN EXPERIMENT: Soviet Culture in the 1920s

Soviet Culture of the 1920s with pianist Vladimir Feltsman Thursday October 19 at 7:30pm Abramson Family Recital Hall | Katzen Arts Center | American University Campus FREE ADMISSION – TICKET REQUIRED Presented by PostClassical Ensemble and American University’s Carmel Institute of Russian Culture & History Mr. Feltsman’s appearance made possible thanks to the support of Susan […]

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THE NEW BABYLON

The Classic 1929 Soviet Silent Film With Shostakovich’s score performed live by PostClassical Ensemble conducted by Angel Gil-Ordóñez (DC area premiere) Saturday and Sunday, March 30-31, 2018/ 8:30 and 2pm American Film Institute Silver Theatre, Silver Spring This astonishing culminating achievement of the Soviet silent film era is an historical epic both whimsical and tragic, […]

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