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The  Black Violin Experience  Tour showcases the two-time Grammy-nominated duo Black Violin, brought to life by Kev Marcus and Wil Baptiste, invoking a mystifying musical fusion of exquisite classical sounds and exhilarating hip-hop beats. A concert performance that boldly merges centuries of music and unites audiences with a message of hope and possibility. Fans can expect to be immersed in a sound that transcends categories and celebrates ingenuity and ambition, proving anything is possible.

On stage, Kev Marcus gives an electrifying violin performance along with Wil Baptiste's magnetizing viola and vocal performance. Joining them are Nat Stokes on drums, DJ SPS on the turntable, and Liston Gregory on keys. Together they are reconceptualizing what a violin concert looks and sounds like, building bridges to a place where Mozart, Marvin Gaye, and Kendrick Lamar harmoniously coexist. Black Violin invites you to think outside the box.

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“We had a wall that we wrote stuff on,” says Wil Baptiste, describing the process that led to Black Violin’s new album, Take the Stairs . “We had all the ideas about what story we were going to convey. And it kept coming back to the idea of hope—songs that spoke about going against the grain, carrying through struggle, being optimistic. We wanted to say, ‘it’s tough now, but hang in there.’ ”

Much like the ways their instruments interact on stage, Wil’s creative collaborator Kev Marcus echoes this theme, and then expands it. “Hope is the thread that keeps this thing together, it’s the heartbeat of this album,” he says. “But then a lot of tentacles went different ways—the song ‘Impossible is Possible’ is about challenging people. So it went different directions from just being hopeful, we took it a little further.”

The first single released ahead of Take the Stairs was the timely and inspiring “Dreamer,” with a message that was immediately embraced by several commercial campaigns. “This is the day when I go all the way/I make it my own/Here’s to the dreamers,” sings Wil. “That just really hit home,” says Kev. “It got to the heart of what we’re about .”

For more than a dozen years, Black Violin has been all about taking things further, exceeding expectations, challenging conventions. The classical-meets-hip-hop duo has steadily built a devoted following and a diverse touring base, while occupying a musical lane that’s entirely its own.

“When you do something you love, it’s not difficult,” says Wil. “I’m just going on stage and being who I am. When people want to listen, when you touch them and make them want to keep fighting—to see that spreading out to more people, it’s about way more than just the music.”

Indeed, Black Violin’s work extends far beyond the stage, reaching deep into urban communities with numerous free performances for students and hands-on engagement with youth symphonies and community centers. Through the TurnAround Arts program, Wil and Kev connect with more than 100,000 students throughout the year, mostly at low-income and Title 1 schools, and adopted Bethune Elementary, in Florida’s Broward County (near where they grew up) to initiate an ongoing mentorship program.

Wil expresses the idea that, no matter how unique Black Violin’s music may be, it is ultimately more than just a creative enterprise. “It’s really a movement,” he says, “an organism that’s its own thing and really feels necessary.”

With Take the Stairs , Black Violin are striving to take their message of unity and inclusiveness even further, moving Wil’s vocals further forward while continuing to explore the possibilities of merging classical virtuosity and structure with modern beats and tones. “We wanted something different, beautiful songs that could go to radio,” says Wil. “I sing every night, so that’s nothing new, but we felt like we’ve never had that one song that can help elevate us to the next level. This album has records like ‘One Step’ that can appeal to everybody, so we lean a bit more on that, but we still had to keep that quintessential Black Violin sound.”

“When you’re a creative musician,” adds Kev, “when you press record, you let the music lead you. The vocals have definitely stepped up each time—Wil becomes more of a vocalist on each album and finds his voice a little more. It solidifies us as artists, too, trying to make a bigger stamp.”

The members of Black Violin first met in Ft. Lauderdale, and played together in the orchestra at the Dillard High School of the Performing Arts. (Baptiste originally wanted to play saxophone in the band, but the orchestra teacher got him assigned to his class by winning a golf bet with the band instructor.) Classically trained by day, they faithfully put on their headphones and listened to the hottest rap records each night. They went to different colleges—Marcus attended Florida International University and Wil B went to Florida State—but then reconvened, moved into an apartment together, and started trying to produce other musicians.

They developed an act covering hip-hop songs on their violins, which became popular in local clubs. Two years after sending in a tape to Showtime at the Apollo , they were invited to appear on the show—which they won, and kept winning.

They were approached by the manager of Alicia Keys, who asked them to perform with the singer on the Billboard Awards. Other offers followed—they toured with Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park, opened for the Wu-Tang Clan, scored an episode of CSI: New York . Individually and together, Wil and Kev have worked with everyone from Kanye West to Tom Petty, Lupe Fiasco to Aerosmith. All the while, Black Violin continued touring non-stop (playing as many as 200 shows a year) and released two independent, self-financed albums before putting out the acclaimed Stereotypes in 2016.

The 13 tracks on Take the Stairs reveal the range and diversity of their influences and vocabulary, from “Showoff” (which Wil calls a “classic instrumental”) to the Curtis Mayfield-inspired “Lost in the Garden.” One favorite is “A Way Home”—“That record should be the Olympics theme song!,” says Wil. “I can see us going from country to country, engaging with different cultures. I played it for my wife and she started crying—that’s a special song right there.”

Kev notes that “inspiration can come from anywhere—the cable guy played me an Ethiopian tune when he was fixing my modem.” He points to the track “Al Green” as an example of the journey that Black Violin songs can take. “I had a Dvorak piece called ‘Slavonic Dancers’ and I was into that vibe,” he says. “I played it for Salaam Remi [who has worked with the likes of Nas, Amy Winehouse, and the Fugees, and co-produced and is featured on several Take the Stairs tracks] and he said ‘That has a cool bounce to it—let’s funk out that groove and put an Al Green-style bass line on it. We both played violas over that, which I’d never heard. So that one is funk mixed with a Czech Slavonic dance, with an Al Green sample and viola solos.”

The members of Black Violin both point to their own personal evolution and maturity, and to the ways this growth came out on Take the Stairs . “This time, every I is dotted and T is crossed,” says Kev. “There was a rush to the last album, a deadline we had to hit after we signed our record deal. This one we funded and produced ourselves, then shopped the record. So it was a really well-thought out and more deliberate process; we had more time to live with everything and feel comfortable with it.”

Wil says that Black Violin isn’t always explicit with its message, but that they don’t have to be—that the creation of an audience that is multi-generational, ethnically and economically diverse, is a powerful statement of its own. “The stereotypes are always there, embedded so deep in our culture,” he says. “Just by nature of our existence—the Idea that these black guys who could be football or basketball players are playing the violin—we challenge those ideas. It’s a unique thing that brings people together who aren’t usually in the same room, and in the current climate, it’s good to bring people together.”

It’s all wrapped up in the name of the album. “For sixteen years, we’ve slowly been taking the stairs,” says Kev. “It’s a gradual kind of snowball where now we have control, we can tour in Alaska—we took the hard way for so many years, now we can look back and see what we’ve learned.

“You’ve got to work hard to get what you want. But you shouldn’t be looking for the easy way, anyway, because the hard way is where the real lessons are.”

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The Black Violin Experience Tour showcases the two-time Grammy nominated duo Black Violin, brought to life by Kev Marcus and Wil Baptiste, invoking a mystifying musical fusion of exquisite classical sounds and exhilarating hip-hop beats. A concert performance that boldly merges centuries of music and unites audiences with a message of hope and possibility. Fans can expect to be immersed in a sound that transcends categories and celebrates ingenuity and ambition, proving anything is possible.

On stage, Kev Marcus gives an electrifying violin performance along with Wil Baptiste’s magnetizing viola and vocal performance. Joining them are Nat Stokes on drums, DJ SPS on the turntable, and Liston Gregory on keys. Together they are reconceptualizing what a violin concert looks and sounds like, building bridges to a place where Mozart, Marvin Gaye and Kendrick Lamar harmoniously coexist. Black Violin invites you to think outside of the box.

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The  Black Violin Experience  Tour showcases the two-time Grammy nominated duo Black Violin, brought to life by Kev Marcus and Wil Baptiste, invoking a mystifying musical fusion of exquisite classical sounds and exhilarating hip-hop beats. A concert performance that boldly merges centuries of music and unites audiences with a message of hope and possibility. Fans can expect to be immersed in a sound that transcends categories and celebrates ingenuity and ambition, proving anything is possible. 

On stage, Kev Marcus gives an electrifying violin performance along with Wil Baptiste’s magnetizing viola and vocal performance. Joining them are Nat Stokes on drums, DJ SPS on the turntable, and Liston Gregory on keys. Together they are reconceptualizing what a violin concert looks and sounds like, building bridges to a place where Mozart, Marvin Gaye, and Kendrick Lamar harmoniously coexist. Black Violin invites you to think outside of the box.

Black Violin, alongside artists such as Yo-Yo Ma and Elton John, recently joined with Turnaround Arts to bring arts education to struggling schools in underserved communities. Turnaround Arts is a program of the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts founded by President Obama’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities in 2012. They have been featured on The Tonight Show, Ellen, The Wendy Williams Show, NPR , and more. The group has collaborated creatively with artists such as Kanye West, Aerosmith, Tom Petty, Wu-Tang Clan, Wyclef Jean, and Alicia Keys.

Black Violin’s studio album Take the Stairs , released in 2019, debuted at #1 on the Billboard Classical Chart, #1 on the Billboard Classical Crossover Chart, #7 on Billboard’s Top New Artists Chart, and #9 on the Billboard Hip Hop and R&B Chart. Their last album, Stereotypes , hit #1 on Billboard’s Classical Crossover chart and #4 on Billboard’s R&B Chart.

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The Black Violin Experience Tour showcases the two-time Grammy nominated duo Black Violin, brought to life by Kev Marcus and Wil Baptiste, invoking a mystifying musical fusion of exquisite classical sounds and exhilarating hip-hop beats. A concert performance that boldly merges centuries of music and unites audiences with a message of hope and possibility. Fans can expect to be immersed in a sound that transcends categories and celebrates ingenuity and ambition, proving anything is possible.

On stage, Kev Marcus gives an electrifying violin performance along with Wil Baptiste’s magnetizing viola and vocal performance. Joining them are Nat Stokes on drums, DJ SPS on the turntable, and Liston Gregory on keys. Together they are reconceptualizing what a violin concert looks and sounds like, building bridges to a place where Mozart, Marvin Gaye and Kendrick Lamar harmoniously coexist. Black Violin invites you to think outside of the box.

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The Black Violin Experience Tour showcases the two-time Grammy-nominated duo Black Violin, brought to life by Kev Marcus and Wil Baptiste, invoking a mystifying musical fusion of exquisite classical sounds and exhilarating hip-hop beats. A concert performance that boldly merges centuries of music and unites audiences with a message of hope and possibility. Fans can expect to be immersed in a sound that transcends categories and celebrates ingenuity and ambition, proving anything is possible. 

On stage, Kev Marcus gives an electrifying violin performance along with Wil Baptiste’s magnetizing viola and vocal performance. Joining them are Nat Stokes on drums, DJ SPS on the turntable, and Liston Gregory on keys. Together they are reconceptualizing what a violin concert looks and sounds like, building bridges to a place where Mozart, Marvin Gaye and Kendrick Lamar harmoniously coexist. Black Violin invites you to think outside of the box. 

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The  Black Violin Experience  Tour showcases the two-time Grammy nominated duo Black Violin, brought to life by Kev Marcus and Wil Baptiste, invoking a mystifying musical fusion of exquisite classical sounds and exhilarating hip-hop beats. A concert performance that boldly merges centuries of music and unites audiences with a message of hope and possibility. Fans can expect to be immersed in a sound that transcends categories and celebrates ingenuity and ambition, proving anything is possible. 

On stage, Kev Marcus gives an electrifying violin performance along with Wil Baptiste’s magnetizing viola and vocal performance. Joining them are Nat Stokes on drums, DJ SPS on the turntable, and Liston Gregory on keys. Together they are reconceptualizing what a violin concert looks and sounds like, building bridges to a place where Mozart, Marvin Gaye and Kendrick Lamar harmoniously coexist. Black Violin invites you to think outside of the box. 

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Amandla Stenberg subtly paid homage to the “ Star Wars ” universe and embraced the dark side of the force with a monochrome black look during her appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Monday. The actor discussed the new “Star Wars” TV series “ The Acolyte ” and showed of some violin skills.

For Stenberg’s late-night appearance, the actor fashioned a strapless black dress with a structured corseted bodice. The look also featured a thigh-high slit. Stenberg continued the monochrome motif by wearing black heels, as well.

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While appearing on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” Stenberg showed off some violin skills, playing an iconic selection from John Williams’ “Star Wars” score alongside The Roots.

Stenberg opted for the method dressing route throughout “The Acolyte” press tour. The actor attended quite a few premiere and screening events for the latest series in the “Star Wars” saga. For the NYC screening of the series on June 4 , Stenberg elevated the sheer dressing trend in a look courtesy of Dion Lee’s fall 2024 ready-to-wear collection.

While attending the Los Angeles launch event for the “Star Wars” series last May, however, Stenberg elevated the method dressing approach.

‘The Acolyte’ NYC Screening Fetes Jodie Turner-Smith in Balmain & More Celebrity Style [PHOTOS]

Stenberg fashioned not one, but two looks for the Los Angeles launch event of “The Acolyte,” featuring a muted, camel-hued look by Acne Studios and a futuristic, sultry dress with fabric draping from Oude Waag’s fall 2024 ready-to-wear collection.

“The Acolyte” stars Stenberg in the latest “Star Wars” TV series, which follows a former Padawan and their Jedi master as they unravel the mystery behind a growing dark power in the galaxy. The series is available to stream on Disney+.

Below, see more celebrity style from “The Acolyte” Los Angeles red carpet launch event.

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Processional On the Spot Brass Troy Colin Archer and Fiona Thyme Shonik, trumpets Emmett Tae-San Conway, horn   Griffin Alexander Rupp, trombone Noah Nicolas Xavier Vincent, tuba

Welcome Linda Jacobs, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs

Opening Remarks Jonathan Bailey Holland, Dean

Keynote Address George Lewis

Musical Interlude  Repair the World , composed by Stacy Garrop Desirée Ruhstrat, violin

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Announcement of Honors Drew Edward Davies, Chair, Department of Music Studies

Presentation of Graduates Thomas Crespo, Assistant Dean for Admissions, Financial Aid, and Graduate Services Linda Jacobs

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George Lewis is an American composer, musicologist, and trombonist. He is the  Edwin H. Case Professor of American Music and area chair in composition at Columbia University and is artistic director of the International Contemporary Ensemble.

Lewis is widely regarded as a pioneer in creating computer programs that improvise in concert with human musicians. A fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Letters, a corresponding fellow of the British Academy, and a member of the Akademie der Künste Berlin, Lewis has also received the Doris Duke Artist Award (2019), a MacArthur Fellowship (2002), and a Guggenheim Fellowship (2015). In 2020–21 he was a fellow of the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin (Institute for Advanced Study), and he has been a member of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) since 1971. Lewis’s work is presented by ensembles worldwide and published by Edition Peters.

Lewis’s central areas of scholarship include the history and criticism of experimental music, computer music, interactive media, and improvisation, particularly as these areas become entangled with the dynamics of race, gender, and decolonization. His most frequently cited articles on these topics include “New Music Decolonization in Eight Difficult Steps” (VAN Outernational) and “Improvised Music after 1950: Afrological and Eurological Perspectives” (Black Music Research Journal). His widely acclaimed book  A Power Stronger than Itself: The AACM and American Experimental Music (2008) received the American Book Award and the American Musicological Society’s Music in American Culture Award. He is coeditor with Harald Kisiedu of the bilingual volume Composing While Black: Afrodiasporic New Music Today/Afrodiasporische Neue Musik Heute (2023) and with Benjamin Piekut of the two-volume Oxford Handbook of Critical Improvisation Studies (2016). His many publications on technology include “Too Many Notes: Computers, Complexity and Culture in Voyager” (Leonardo Music Journal) and “Why Do We Want Our Computers to Improvise?” (Oxford Handbook of Algorithmic Music). 

Lewis holds honorary doctorates from the University of Edinburgh, Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania, Oberlin College, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, New England Conservatory, New College of Florida, and Birmingham City University, among others.

Olivia Moyana Pierce

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Olivia Moyana Pierce is a musicology major at Northwestern with a minor in performance studies. Her primary focus centers on the avenues through which Black artists engender social change and transformation through music. She has conducted more than two years of award-winning research on addressing the cultural appropriation of Black music in education.

Outside of the classroom, Olivia has been releasing music independently for seven years under the name Moyana Olivia, with proficiency in voice, piano, guitar, and bass. She became certified as Moyana Music, LLC in 2023. Highlights of her career include being recognized as one of These Days Magazine’s 2024 Artists to Watch, performing at the 50th and 51st annual Dillo Day, and working as an intern with the Recording Academy, which allowed her to attend the 66th annual GRAMMY Awards in Los Angeles.

Originally from Minnesota, Olivia is a member of the Royal Family Music Group Collective in Minneapolis, an alum of the 2022 Johnny Mercer Songwriters Project, and an intern at Studio Shapes, where she is recording her first full-length album set to release in fall 2024. Her work has been recognized by the Best Buy Corporation, the ACLU, CITIBank, GLAAD, Harvard Art Museums, and The View. You can find her music on all platforms.

On the Spot Brass

Brass Quintet

On the Spot Brass was founded in 2020 at Northwestern University’s Bienen School of Music. The group is composed of trumpeters Troy Archer and Fiona Shonik, hornist Emmett Conway, trombonist Griffin Rupp, and tubist Noah Vincent, all upperclassmen at Northwestern. As emerging professionals, between them they have been named fellows at such institutions as the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, and Aspen Music Festival, and have subbed professionally with orchestras such as The New World Symphony. On the Spot Brass regularly performs around Northwestern University and the greater Chicago area. They have played in masterclasses for Gail Williams, David Bilger, Stephen Burns, and other esteemed musicians. On the Spot Brass is the Fellowship Quintet for the Summer 2024 American Brass Quintet Seminar @ Aspen, where the five musicians will spend a month participating in masterclasses, coachings and other performances around Aspen, Colorado. The brass quintet can be found hanging out by the lakefill after rehearsals (when it isn’t sub-zero!), or playing board games together during their free time.

Desirée Ruhstrat

Musical Interlude

Desirée Ruhstrat is lecturer of violin at the Bienen School of Music. She made her professional debut at the age of twelve with Lukas Foss and the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and at age 16, she was invited by Sir George Solti to perform Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto in Chicago's Orchestra Hall. Ms. Ruhstrat has appeared as a soloist with orchestras throughout the world, including the Berlin Radio Symphony, Radio Suisse Romande, Gottingen Symphony, Philharmonia Da Camera, Orchestra Symphonica Auguescalientes, Colorado Symphony, Oregon Symphony, Concerto Soloists Of Philadelphia, Utah Symphony, Chicago Civic Orchestra, Debut Orchestra of Los Angeles, and National Repertory Orchestra. She has worked with such renowned conductors as Eric Kunzel, Max Rudolph, William Smith, Rico Saccani, Brian Priestman, Mats Liljefors among others. Ms. Ruhstrat has won numerous awards including first prize at the National Young Musicians Debut Competition in Los Angeles, where she was also lauded a special award for a young performer with extraordinary talent. She became the youngest prizewinner at Switzerland's Tibor Varga International Competition and also won the award for best interpretation of the commissioned contemporary composition. She went on to earn top prizes at the Carl Flesch, Julius Stulberg, and the Mozart Festival Violin Competitions. Ms. Ruhstrat's distinguished career as a chamber musician includes performances throughout the US, South America, Europe and Asia and multiple recordings on the Cedille label as a member of the 2016 GRAMMY nominated Lincoln Trio.

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