As part of Angel Gil-Ordóñez’ regular guest conducting partnership with the Jacobs School of Music in Bloomington, Indiana, Gil-Ordóñez plays Schubert, Schoenberg, and Márquez.
WETA Radio’s Front Row Washington presents classical performances by top local musicians and ensembles. In this episode, listen live to PostClassical Ensemble playing Bruckner & Stravinsky on September 13th at 9 pm.
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.
In this online streamed concert, PostClassical Ensemble musicians, reunited for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic, play Lou Harrison’s Concerto for Violin and Percussion, which may well be the most formidable ever composed by an American.
The Chairman Mixes is a series of chats with cocktail pairings. In this first episode, Ángel Gil-Ordóñez, PostClassical Ensemble’s conductor and music director, joins Douglas Rathbun, PCE’s board chair, looking into the conductor as a profession. The discussion is paired with the 1888 recipe of the classic Martini cocktail.