Chicago Folklore Ensemble

Oral History Meets World Music in a Fusion of String Quartet and Storyteller
Chicago Folklore Ensemble presents the songs and stories collected from Chicago immigrant musicians.
In an upcoming series of concerts, string quartet and storyteller come together to narrate musical and oral histories of Chicago immigrant musicians. The
Chicago Folklore Ensemble will premier original arrangements of music [...]

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Sharon Isbin and Isabel Leonard

[ November 16, 2015; 7:30 PM; ] ​Sharon Isbin and Isabel  Leonard Live

Do you enjoy opera or classical music?  Now you can experience a phenomenal event where you can appreciate elements of both, interpreted by two remarkable performers!

Acclaimed for her extraordinary lyricism, technique, and versatility, multiple Grammy Award winner Sharon Isbin has been hailed as “the Monet of the classical guitar.” She [...]

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10th Latino Music Festival

Twenty four concerts featuring Latin American and Spanish music from the Baroque to the 21st century

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Mostra VI Brazilian Galas

[ November 1, 2015; 5:30 PM; ]

 Mostra VI Brazilian Film Series Presents!
Mostra VI presents free screenings for various award-winning Brazilian films starting November 1-17th in Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin.

These screenings include:  feauture films, documentaries, shorts, and animations. See here the current line-up & program!

Opening night is at Roosevelt University in Chicago, with the screening of Getúlio (original title), directed by João [...]

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Goosebumps Movie Screening

[ October 14, 2015; ] Want to see Goosebumps before it’s released to the general public? Click on the link below and print out your pass for 2 to see the film! Best of luck, passes are limited and it is first come first serve.

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Direct from Argentina Nahuel Pennisi

[ October 17, 2015; ] Although born blind, Nahuel Pennisi never let his disability interfere with his passion for music. From an early age, Nahuel began listening to many guitarists and copied their musical arrangements, chords, and dynamics. He discovered the musical riches of the Argentine folklore and began to learn to interpret works of this style. Fundamentally, his interest at this time was to develop his skill on his guitar. Nahuel is now part of the new generation ofArgentinian folklorist musicians that have come after the great Mercedes Sosa.

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Frightmare Is Here In Your Own Back Yard!
How daring are you?  Try your courage if you dare at the Frightmare on Harlem Street!  Enjoy getting the goblins scared out of you at the Frightmare Haunted House at the Haunted Trails Family Amusement Park.  This time there are no more excuses for not going.  It is [...]

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Hispanic Holiday Season Event at the Adler

[ December 20, 2014; ] The celebration will include served H’orderves, open bar, live entertainment and music with the BEST views of the Chicago skyline. Some of the largest Hispanic organizations in the Chicagoland area have gathered together to bring you a night of great networking and celebrating our accomplishments.

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Fake or Real Journalism?
Jon Stewart has been attacking real issues since he has been on the air since 1996, predating the Colbert Report, which also satires real issues, Stewart is known for his keen political insight and political liberal views.  His humor and political satire have  captivated his audience and has gained popularity and [...]

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