‘Fulcrum Point’ Collective Highlights Systemic Racism Within Classical Music

The classical music community is facing a reckoning over systemic racism.

‘Fulcrum Point’ Collective Highlights Systemic Racism Within Classical Music
Seth Parker Woods, cellist and former curator of inclusion and discoveries at Fulcrum Point New Music Project James Napoli / Courtesy of Seth Parker Woods
‘Fulcrum Point’ Collective Highlights Systemic Racism Within Classical Music
Seth Parker Woods, cellist and former curator of inclusion and discoveries at Fulcrum Point New Music Project James Napoli / Courtesy of Seth Parker Woods

‘Fulcrum Point’ Collective Highlights Systemic Racism Within Classical Music

The classical music community is facing a reckoning over systemic racism.

Many industries and professions are in the midst of a reckoning since the COVID-19 outbreak and recent mass protests for racial justice.

Reset meets Fulcrum Point New Music Project, an innovative Chicago-based collective that for years has fought against systemic racism in the classical music community.

GUESTS: Stephen Burns, conductor, composer, trumpeter and artistic director and founder of Fulcrum Point New Music Project

Seth Parker Woods, cellist and former curator of inclusion and discoveries at Fulcrum Point New Music Project