Rush Hour’s third concert of the season featured Fulcrum Point New Music Project’s Stephen Burns, trumpet; Gregory Flint, horn; Peter Ellefson, trombone; and Lori Kaufman, piano. The artists performed a program of French brass music, with works by Enesco, Defaye, Françaix, Honegger, and Ibert.

Members of Fulcrum Point New Music Project rehearse at St. James before the concert. Pictured from left to right, Gregory Flint, horn; Stephen Burns, trumpet; and Peter Ellefson; trombone.

Fulcrum Point’s Lori Kaufman, piano, concentrates on her music during rehearsal.

Volunteers Kay Collins and Mark Raymo talk with audience members during the pre-concert reception.

Refreshments at the pre-concert reception were provided by Trader Joe’s and Argo Tea.

Fulcrum Point New Music Project’s Stephen Burns (left) meets with Rush Hour Artistic Director Deborah Sobol (center) and Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association President Deborah Rutter at the pre-concert reception.

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