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PostClassical Ensemble was founded in 2003 by Angel Gil-Ordóñez and Joseph Horowitz as an experimental orchestral laboratory, producing immersion experiences that upend traditional boundaries. PCE programming is thematic and cross-disciplinary, typically incorporating art, film, dance, or theater, exploring unfamiliar works and composers, or recontextualizing standard repertoire.

Its previous Naxos recordings are Dvořák and America [8.559777], including the world première recording of the Hiawatha Melodrama (named one of the best CDs of the year by Minnesota Public Radio), and a trilogy of landmark DVDs of classic 1930s films with re-recorded soundtracks: The Plow that Broke the Plains and The River (music by Virgil Thomson) [2.110521], The City (music by Aaron Copland) [2.110231], and Redes (music by Silvestre Revueltas) [2.110372].

For more information, visit postclassical.com.

Bernard Herrmann: Screen, Stage, and Radio

PostClassical Ensemble awarded $200,000 by Mellon Foundation

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