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A Scottish Ayre: John McGrosso, Soloist
A Scottish Ayre: John McGrosso, Soloist for the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra and Chorale presents their 52nd season Music is in the Air. Concert time is 7:30p.m. at Rammelkamp Chapel on the Illinois College Campus. Tickets go on sale 2 weeks prior to the concert and are available at County Market in Jacksonville. Tickets can be purchased at the door. Youth and students are admitted free. For more information contact 217.245.1181 or visit website at www.jaxsym.com
Featuring steel drums, incredible percussion, great vocals, blue man style performance pieces and more high energy fun performed with an exotic twist.
Young at Heart Festival - Loves Park
Bring the whole family to the 43rd Young at Heart Festival. Events during the weekend include live music, a beer garden, carnival rides, kids' activities and food concessions. Located on the ground of Loves Park City Hall.
CITY: Loves Park
Sizzle, swing and get lost in the music at Jazz Thaw presented by 90.9 fm WDCB "Chicago's Home for Jazz" and Downtown Oak Park featuring a jazz tour throughout local restaurants. Pop in and out of free live music performances at any jazz tour location with the option to order from the host restaurant's menu. Three renowned jazz performers wrap up the evening with free signature concerts in select restaurants from 7-10 pm. Bobby Broom Trio will be at the Sushi House, Scott Burns Quartet at Khyber Pass, and Tony do Rosario Organ Trio at Bar Louie.
CITY: Oak Park
Festival 2015: The Power of Music - Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra
The Power of Music is a dynamic, weekend-long exploration of the powers derived from music. The festival opens with the screening of a powerful new film documenting the use of Beethoven's 9th Symphony to affect change in different cultural and social contexts. Day two starts with an afternoon lecture by renowned musicologist, Jason Geary, on the power of music to persuade and its uses in mass media, and finishes with an evening recital by acclaimed Venezuelan pianist, Gabriela Martinez. The festival concludes on day three with a showcase of the power of music to enrich and enhance the lives of young area musicians, with a showcase of local talent. Festival passes are $50, and include admission to all events.
What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than at the Starved Rock Lodge listening to the sounds of Illinois. This collage of music will encompass selections from the early 1900’s to present day. You’ll enjoy listening to piano, guitar and vocal interpretations of: Sounds from a Starved Rock Canyon, My Illinois Home, The State of Illinois Song, Illinois and Crossing Paths. We are pleased and proud to have Mr. Steve Seaborn as our Emcee for this event. From the State of Illinois Song in 1925 to “Illinois”, a more current, original composition by Dan Fogelberg, this afternoon is sure to peak your musical interest. This event will take place in the Great Hall. This a free event and open to the public. Donations are encouraged to continue bringing quality events.
Tumbleweed - Eagles Tribute
A tribute to the Eagles and classic rock from the 60's until today including other legendary artists.
Almost Elton John
Craig A Meyer is the legendary premier Elton John Tribute act. Celebrating the music, character, charisma and costumes of Sir Elton John.
Southern Illinois Music
Local musician Bill Reynolds will lead the audience through a historical journey of music in Southern Illinois dating back to the Civil War.
CITY: Mount Vernon
Celtic Harpist, Kim Robertson with Brett Lipshutz
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Traditional Celtic and folk music. Enjoy music from Celtic Harpist, Kim Robertson with Brett Lipshutz who will be playing the flute and tin whistle. This performance is supported by Arts Midwest Touring Fund, a program of Arts Midwest, which is generously supported by the National Endowment for the Arts with additional contributions from the Illinois Arts Council.
Wulfe Brothers Perform
A musical journey from the Revolutionary War through the Persian Gulf Crisis. The Indomitable American Spirit is celebrated in patriotic music that will fill your heart with renewed pride in this great nation.
CITY: Mount Vernon
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
Monty Python's Spamalot - Stage Coach
Stage Coach Players Theatre presents "Monty Python's Spamalot". Check website for show times. http://www.stagecoachers.com
Don't miss the queen pageant and free barbecue Friday night in addition to great entertainment all weekend, car show and more.
Retrospective - Simon & Garfunkel Tribute Band
AJ Swearingen's warm baritone and Jonathan Beedle's soaring tenor combine to capture the essence and magic sounds of Simon and Garfunkel's classic rock.
Shania Twain & Cher Tribute
She looks and sounds exactly like Shania...but, wait....is that Cher? Kelly Smith is the premier Shania and Cher Tribute artist in the country.
Rick Springfield at NIU
NIU is excited to announce RICK SPRINGFIELD will be at the Convocation Center on May 15, 2015. --- Grammy award-winning musician, actor and New York Times bestselling author Rick Springfield will hit the road to DeKalb, IL with the full band. The iconic rock star will be at the Convocation Center on Friday, May 15th. Doors open at 6:00pm and show starts at 7:00pm. Special guest to be announced early 2015. Tickets for Rick Springfield go on sale Friday, December 19th at 10:00am. All seats are reserved and ticket prices range from $25 to $45. Tickets can be purchased at the Convocation Center box office, all Ticketmaster Outlets, Ticketmaster.com, or by phone at 800-745-3000.
March to Bourbon Street
“A Festival of the Arts – Celebrating the Mardi Gras Experience” Egyptian Theatre – Downtown DeKalb Saturday, March 28, 2015 7:00pm-10:00pm Presented by: The Egyptian Theatre and Dance Dimensions New Orleans jazz music is an identity to American culture and signature to the Mardi Gras event. Experience a tributary extravaganza that celebrates the local art community with connected talents in music, dance, visual art, costume, and food cuisine at this Bourbon Street Blast. Taking place in the historic Egyptian Theatre in Downtown DeKalb this event will immerse guests into the Bourbon Street experience. Food and drinks will be available while enjoying roaming performers, live visual artists, art on display, a variety of live performances throughout the evening and phenomenal music all night long. This captivating event typical of a big city arts scene is being brought to Downtown DeKalb to celebrate the vast array of artistic talent and offerings in our community. Whether you’re an arts enthusiast or looking for a fun night out with friends, the “March to Bourbon Street” will having you dancing in the streets all the way home!
54th Annual International Carillon Festival
The International Carillon Festival, in beautiful Washington Park, features concerts by some of the world's finest carillonneurs. Bring lawn chairs and blankets. Don't miss the Festival fireworks Friday evening. LINCOLN AND THE MUSIC HE LOVED - To kick off this year's 54th International Carillon Festival, Park District carillonneur Robin Austin is joined by soprano Gailyn Draper and tenor Jerry Hicks in a special program of music that Lincoln loved. The program will be narrated by Christian McWhirter, author of the new book, Battle Hymns: The Power and Popularity of Music of the Civil War.
Pick any decade and come ready to dance! Vote for King & Queen, groove to the DJ mix, bid on original artworks, win raffles & prizes, dine on finger foods & desserts from local restaurants, and enjoy a local celebrity Lip Sync Battle. General admission tickets are $75, or VIP tickets are $100. *Money raised from this fundraiser will be used to sustain OPAL's historic building.
Pick any decade and come ready to dance! Event fundraiser features: *King & Queen voting *Groove to the DJ mix *Raffles & Prizes *Finger foods & desserts from local restaurants *A Local Celebrity Lip Sync Battle General Ticket $75: includes open bar, appetizers & desserts and coat check.
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
Chicago's premier a Capella quartet, singing classic rock favorites from the 50's and on in stunning vocal harmony, without instrumental accompaniment.
Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra- Let The Music Move You!
Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra- Let The Music Move You! A Collaboration with Chicago Mulit-Cultural Dance Center. John Adams- The Chairman Dances, Lee Actor- Dance Rhapsody Chicago Multi-Cultural Dance Center, Shostakovich- Symphony No. 12. Featuring high-energy dances choreographed for live orchestra.