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Intro_It! The Black Composer Speaks

  • University Church of Chicago 5655 S. University Avenue Chicago, IL 60637 (map)

Fulcrum Point New Music Project
The Black Composer Project
February 28, 2016
University Church of Chicago
5655 S. University Avenue
Chicago, IL60637 

Presenting INTRO-IT!, the concert kicking off “CAM in Concert,” a series of public concerts and master classes co-hosted by the Chicago Academy of Music (“CAM”). The event will celebrate Black History Month and feature exclusively African American composers. 

The concert will be performed by the world-renowned musicians of the Fulcrum Point Brass:

Stephen Burns (Trumpet)
Robert Sullivan (Trumpet)
Gregory Flint (French Horn)
Andy Baker (Trombone)
Rex Martin (Tuba)

Featured composers:

Introit by Jonathan Bailey Holland
AC’s Turning by Trevor Weston
The Nebraska Plains by Kerwin Young
(aka “Sleek,” Former Producer
for Public Enemy)
Brass Quintet by Anthony Davis
Saóko by Tania León

A master class by CAM’s faculty will follow the concert from 3-5pm.

Chicago Music Academy (CAM) is an artistic collective of master performers and educators committed to embodying, inspiring, and awakening a passion for creativity in music. The Chicago Academy of Music Conservatory offers exceptional musical training for both children and adults throughout the city. The unique curriculum and pedagogy allows highly accomplished professional musicians to share their extraordinary talents with both advanced and beginner students. Please visit for more info on CAM.


Location: University Church of Chicago