About Angel Gil-Ordóñez
A frequent guest conductor across Europe, the United States and Latin America, Angel Gil-Ordóñez holds the positions of Music Director/Conductor of PostClassical Ensemble in Washington, D.C., Principal Guest Conductor of New York’s Perspectives Ensemble, and Music Director of the Georgetown University Orchestra. He also serves as advisor for education and programming for Trinitate Philharmonia, a program in León, Mexico, modeled on Venezuela’s El Sistema.
Concerts and presentations
PostClassical Ensemble is joined by award-winning actor Edward Gero to present a striking new version of the Stravinsky classic A Soldier’s Tale with a modern-day moral: Save The Arts! The program also features Daniel Schnyder’s Berlin Suite 1920, in which the gaiety and angst of the Roaring Twenties resonate today.
PostClassical Ensemble is joined by world-renowned trombonist David Taylor and award-winning actor Edward Gero, in a new imagining of the Stravinsky classic with a new moral: #SAVETHEARTS.
PostClassical Ensemble presents a new virtual series, Up Close With…, an in-depth virtual discussion with our musicians. In this series, we hope to inspire you by showcasing our players and featuring our music in a whole new way.
In the press
Disc review published on May 04, 2021 in NPR's Fresh Air
Video published on January 21, 2021
Podcast published on December 17, 2020 in La dársena (RNE's Radio Clásica)
Disc review published on December 01, 2020 in Scherzo
Interview published on December 01, 2020 in Scherzo
My thoughts Blog
Working on Spanish repertoire –the music with which I started my career as a conductor– has helped me to understand the music of all cultures.
What they say about Angel Reviews
Invigorating… Gil-Ordóñez led a vital rendition.Alex Ross The New Yorker
Angel Gil-Ordóñez' insight into Shostakovich's music is astounding.Solomon Volkov author of Testimony