Poetry Foundation, 61 W. Superior St., Chicago
In partnership with the Poetry Foundation, Margaret Robson and Fulcrum Point New Music Project present music and poetry by composers and poets from Yale University. Music by Derek Bermel, Jacob Druckman, Charles Ives and Jonathan Berger meets poetry by Elizabeth Alexander, Eryn Green, Mark Strand, and John Hollander, among others.
We are thrilled to announce that composers Derek Bermel and Jonathan Berger will be in attendance.
The program includes:
- Jonathan Berger “Antiphon”
- Charles Ives “Folk songs”
- Jacob Druckman “Dark Upon the Harp”
- Derek Bermel “Cat Calls”
Julia Bentley, mezzo soprano
Don Cagen, shofar
Matthias Tacke, violin
Fulcrum Point Ensemble:
Stephen Burns, conductor/trumpet
Rex Martin, tuba
Andy Baker, trombone
Greg Flint, French horn
Kevin Hartman, trumpet
David Inmon, trumpet
Jeff Handley, percussion
Tina Laughlin, percussion
Sunday, March 9, 2-4pm
Hosted by the Foundation for Hearing and Speech Rehabilitation - FHSR
Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, 225 E. Chicago Ave.
The Foundation for Hearing and Speech Rehabilitation has invited Fulcrum Point to help them celebrate the Power of Hearing with a concert featuring a beautiful and dynamic Flamenco Performance by Chiara Mangiameli accompanied by guitar and percussion. This family-friendly event will give attendees the opportunity to learn the music, songs, rhythmic clapping and dance from the artists and put on a show themselves!
Curtiss Hall, Fine Arts Building, 401 S Michigan Ave.
$10 admission at the door
Join Fulcrum Point and Gaudete Brass for an evening of brass music, beer, cider and snacks!
The program will feature music by Ewazen, Plog, Sampson and the World Premiere of Jessica Hunt's ANTI(SYN)THESIS for double brass quintet.
Fulcrum Point and Gaudete Brass would like to thank Louis Glunz Beer, Inc. for donating the beer that will be served that evening.
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