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Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem Concert
Musically, Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem are a melting pot of American folk melody and style, "a mini music festival of different styles filtered through the vibrant interaction of all four players." (Dirty Linen) Their shows sparkle with songs and stories that celebrate and tackle the human condition. Tickets starting at $26.
CITY: River Forest
Anne Hills & Michael Smith in Concert
Join us at West Suburban Temple Har Zion for a great Folk Concert, starring Anne Hills and Michael Peter Smith! Tickets are $25, doors open at 8:30 p.m. and the concert starts at 9 p.m.
CITY: River Forest
Rockford Coronado Concert Association - Emanuel Ax, Piano
Emanuel Ax captured public attention when he won the first Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Competition in 1974. Later, he captured the Michael's Award of Young Concert Artists in 1975 followed by the coveted Avery Fisher Prize in 1979. Recent releases include Mendelssohn Trios with Yo-Yo Ma and Itzhak Perlman, Strauss' Enoch Arden narrated by Patrick Stewart, and two-piano music by Brahms and Rachmaninoff with Yefim Bronfman.
Coronado PAC - John Mellencamp "Plain Spoken Tour"
"The Voice of the Heartland" will play 80 shows including multiple dates in the artist's hometown of Bloomington, Indiana; Nashville, Chicago, Minneapolis, New York, and more. The special guest is Carlene Carter. On September 23rd, Rock & Roll Hall of Famer John Mellencamp will release one of the most distinguished records of his career, Plain Spoken on Republic Records, which includes ten stunningly elegant and soul-searching Americana gems. Plain Spoken is set to be hailed as an unparalleled new chapter in Mellencamp's distinctive songbook. Concert goers will receive a digital download of the Plain Spoken record with purchase of tickets to the tour (One download code per ticket for online and phone purchases only; does not apply to box office or outlet ticket purchases.)
NIU School of Music
The School of Music's 60 nationally and internationally recognized faculty are dedicated to supporting students realizing their full potential as music artists and scholars, and our location one hour west of Chicago affords our students unparalleled additional cultural resources. NIU students participate in diverse array of award-winning instrumental and vocal ensembles, and many also take part in a number of world music performance activities. The school's ensembles include choirs, orchestra, concert and marching bands, large and small jazz ensembles, early music ensemble, percussion ensemble, steelbands, Javanese and Balinese gamelans, Chinese Orchestra, tabla, West African drumming, various chamber music ensembles, and others. . The faculty and students of the School of Music teach and perform for global audiences during their real and virtual travels. Most recently, students have performed by invitation in Canada, Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Trinidad, and England, and weekly they share their live performances via high definition webcasts with all fifty states and more than three dozen countries on five continents. Acclaimed artist faculty such as the Avalon String Quartet and extraordinary guest artists are a fundamental component of the student experience both in person and via the school's national Internet2 leadership activities in the musical arts. Located in the Boutell Memorial Concert Hall 815-753-1551
Amphion String Quartet and David Shifrin, Clarinet - Coronado PAC
Hailed for its "precision, assertiveness and vigor," the Amphion String Quartet is a winner of the 2011 Concert Artists Guild Victor Elmaleh Competition. Clarinetist David Shifrin is one of only two wind players to have been awarded the Avery Fisher Prize since the award's inception in 1974.
Island Getaway by Quincy Symphony Chorus & Friends
Escape to the tropics during this fun toe-tapping performance. A selection of island music and steel drums give a Caribbean feel to this winter concert. Israel IZ’s Hawaiian-style Over the Rainbow is a fresh rendition of a classic favorite. Tickets $18 Adults, $15 Seniors, Free for youth 18 and under Salem Church, 435 S. 9th St., Quincy, IL Call for more information 217-222-2856 or visit qsoa.org
Earth & Space by Quincy Youth Orchestra
Fantastic performance by the Quincy Youth Orchestra! The Kroc Center 405 Vermont Street Quincy, IL
Freeport Community Concert Presents: Illinois Brass Band
The Freeport Community Concert Association presents all Brass Band, instruments played by brass players from throughout the state of Illinois. Freeport Masonic Auditorium. Adults: $20.00; Students: Free
Quincy Symphony Orchestra Association
The season concludes with our gorgeous Pines of Rome concert on Saturday, April 18th. the concert will open with University of Missouri graduate Stephanie Berg's "Ravish and Mayhem." Violinist Katie Wolfe will perform the beautiful and virtuosic "Scottish Fantasy" by Max Bruch. The performance concludes with Respighi's "Ancient Airs and Dances, Suite No. 1" and the electrifying "Pines of Rome." Tickets $18 Adults, $15 Seniors, Free for youth 18 and under QJHS Morrison Theater, 100 S. 14th St., Quincy, IL For more information call 217-222-2856.
Oak Lawn Park District Community Theatre
Come and see the exciting Broadway musicals which led the US Conference of Mayors to recognize the Oak Lawn Park District Theatre program with the prestigious National City Livability Award in 2009! For tickets 708.857.2200.
CITY: Oak Lawn
The Bishop Hill Chatquaqua
We invite you to spend the day in an enchanting village. The park is the center of this small town and will be filled with story telling and music. Join us for the historical re-enactment, a family oriented event sharing true tales of what makes us uniquely American.
CITY: Bishop Hill
Bret Michaelas Birthday Bash
Get ready and join Bret Michaels as he rocks out the Effingham Performance Center for his Birthday Bash! He's a cultural icon, a rock god, an entrepreneur, a TV star, a father, the face of the American Diabetes Association, a supercross enthusiast, solo artist, and a generous donor to a myriad of charitable causes. Selling over 32 million records, the legendary performer continues to top the charts with his solo releases with three generations of loyal fans. Doors open at 7 p.m. and help celebrate his birthday at 8 p.m.
This one hour musical play tells the story of life in the early 1840s, as immigrants came up the Mississippi River to Nauvoo on the Maid of Iowa, a beautiful little paddle-wheeler. You’ll laugh at the antics of young Eli, thrill at the dancing and music, and feel the depth of devotion of these early settlers in Nauvoo as they face the martyrdom of their leader, and the violent and dangerous exodus from their homes in the middle of winter. Tickets are free but required for admission.
Ferguson Fine Arts Theatre
This theater, located in the Fine Arts Center on the campus of Highland Community College, features a variety of fine arts programming including vocal and instrumental music concerts, live theater, special performances, and the popular Summerset Theatre program, a community performing arts theater. The Ferguson Fine Arts Center is also home to HCC's Royal Scots, Big Band, Concert Band, Chorale and Highland Gallery. A seasonal listing of performances is available by calling the box office or visiting the website.
Wire is located on Roosevelt Road in Berwyn. Just west of Chicago, something is growing... a facility for music production, performance, education and distribution unlike any other. Come experience this first class venue, boasting top notch audio equipment, as well as full service modern lighting and video production. A place every artist will want to play and every fan will want to see. This very modern venue is available to rent for your especially unique event. A must see!
Rachel Barton Pine at Ravinia
Called “the definition of the ideal musician for the 21st century” by Yo-Yo Ma, cellist Mike Block joins Rachel Barton Pine to chronicle the flow of music from Bach to Bartók to the blues. Bennett Gordon Hall Ticket Price: $10
CITY: Highland Park
Specializing in musical instruments, sheet music and hard-to-find music accessories.
Hoogland Center for the Arts
Center for performing arts in Springfield.
Golden Eagle Music Hall
Located inside one of America’s oldest country stores, the Golden Eagle Music Hall or "The Eagle" is a perfect setting to enjoy "the very best" in entertainment. Just a short drive from Alton, IL along "The Great River Road."
CITY: Golden Eagle
One of Chicago's best equipped multimedia facilities, this historic theatre has been an integral part of the entertainment scene since it opened in the 1920's. Capacity 100-1000.
Southwest Symphony Orchestra
This delightful community orchestra is celebrating over 30 years of providing fine concert entertainment to the southwest suburban area.
CITY: Oak Lawn
Metro's mission is to bring a cross-platform of the best local, regional and national emerging artists to Chicago. Since, 1982, Metro has accomplished this goal repeatedly and established itself as one of the country's premier, cutting edge new music venues.
Music Institute of Chicago
The Music Institute of Chicago Nichols Concert Hall presents a variety of musical series and events, from classical to contemporary, by our distinguished faculty, talented students, and professional groups.