Fulcrum Point New Music Project, the city’s leader in new art music and inventive collaborations, commemorates the 9.11 with music and song inspired by a vision for a harmonious world featuring music from Chinese, Israeli, Indian-American, and Native American artists.
The Fulcrum Point ensemble, led by its Founder and Artistic Director Stephen Burns, will be joined by special guest artists, Native American flutist R. Carlos Nakai, local acoustic band Zamin led by vocalist Zeshan Bagewadi, trained in Indian vocal techniques, and solo flutist Mary Stolper.
Repertory selections performed by Fulcrum Point include Israeli composer Shulamit Ran’s “East Wind” for solo flute, David Dzubay’s “Wintu Dream Song,” based on a Native American song from the Wintu tribe, and Chinese composer Zhou Long’s otherworldly “Harmony,” blending traditional Chinese and contemporary Western music styles.
The concert duration is about 75 minutes with no intermission.
This program is supported in part by JP Morgan Chase & Co.
FREE TICKETS FOR CHICAGO POLICEMEN, FIREFIGHTERS AND THEIR FAMILIES.
RSVP is required via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 312-726-3846.
Location: Chase Auditorium