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Live Special on Saturday Night: PostClassical Celebrates Walt Whitman's Bicentennial

PostClassical pays tribute to the great American poet Walt Whitman for the Bicentennial of his birth with a live concert broadcast by PostClassical Ensemble from the National Cathedral Saturday (June 1) at 7:30 pm. The program will feature an evening of music by Bernard Herrmann, including the complete radio play "Whitman" with music by Herrmann. The program will also feature music from his score to Psycho and the Clarinet Quintet "Souvenirs de Voyage."

This program will be hosted by author, music historian and PostClassical Ensemble co-founder Joseph Horowitz, PostClassical Music Director and co-founder Maestro Angel Gil-Ordonez, Exploring Music host Bill McGlaughlin and WWFM host David Osenberg.

David Osenberg is WWFM Partnership Manager, WWFM Music Director, Afternoon Host, and Host of award-winning Cadenza.
William McGlaughlin’s introduction to music came late; he was fourteen before he took his first piano lessons. "Happily, I understood immediately what a wonderful thing I’d stumbled into. I can remember thinking as I walked away from my second piano lesson — "Well, that’s it. I’ll be a musician. Of course, I had no idea what that decision meant exactly."
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