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Tuesday Morning Music Schedule

Tue 4 Aug

Highland Park Strings Trio

Highland Park Strings Trio

Tuesday, August 4
10 – 11 a.m.

Members of the The Highland Park Strings Trio are musicians from the Highland Park Strings, which just completed its celebratory 35th season. The Trio (violin, viola, and cello) performs a program entitled “The Magic Carpet,” consisting of short light classical pieces from around the world—including Austria, Germany, Spain, Greece, and Ireland. It is a real crowd pleaser!

Tue 11 Aug

Tom Stevens

Tom Stevens

Tuesday, August 11
10 – 11 a.m.

Pianist/composer Thomas Winthrop Stevens has been presenting his attractive synthesis of classical tradition and contemporary sensibility to Chicago-area audiences for more than 30 years. His music has been heard in concerts, nightclubs, and coffeehouses throughout the area and on radio broadcasts throughout the United States and the Netherlands.

 

Tue 18 Aug

Tony Do Rosario

Tony Do Rosario

Tuesday, August 18
10 – 11 a.m.

Tony Do Rosario has performed at major jazz clubs nationwide including New York’s Birdland and the Baked Potato in Los Angeles. A Los Angeles Times jazz critic described him as “... a hard-core traditionalist, solidly tapped into his roots in the styles of guitarists such as Jim Hall and Joe Pass.” In Chicago, he has headlined at the Jazz Showcase and Pops for Champagne, and he teaches at the Old Town School of Folk Music. His CDs include “The Welcoming” on Philadelphia’s independent jazz label Dreambox Media, and “New Beginnings” on the jazz record label Chicago Sessions.

 

Tue 25 Aug

Martha Gay

Martha Gay

Tuesday, August 25
10 – 11 a.m.

Martha Gay has been a performing harpist for more than 30 years and has been a member of the musical group Cantiga since 1986. In 1991, she and the other members of Cantiga formed the New World Renaissance Band with troubadour Owain Phyfe. Gay plays Irish airs, Renaissance dance music, and medieval melodies, particularly the thirteenth-century Cantigas de Santa Maria.

In 2010, Gay walked 500 miles through France and Spain on the Camino de Santiago, performing medieval harp concerts along the way. She has recorded almost a dozen CDs with Cantiga and the New World Renaissance Band.

Tue 1 Sep

The Silverwood Duo

The Silverwood Duo

Tuesday, September 1
10 – 11 a.m.

Kim Fleuchaus has been heard on commercials, radio, stage, film, and CD recordings. As a symphony musician, she has performed with many orchestras, including the Milwaukee, Charlotte, Elgin, Rockford, and South Bend Symphony Orchestras, the South Carolina and Illinois Philharmonic Orchestras, and the Cube Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, and has appeared as soloist with numerous ensembles and orchestras. She holds music degrees from Northwestern and Bethel Universities, and has performed at both the Kennedy Center and the White House. She is a founding member of the Sapphire Winds Woodwind Quintet and performs in numerous other chamber ensembles. An active freelance musician, she performs throughout the United States and Canada on the flute and the Egyptian nay. In addition to teaching at Trinity Christian College, she is the Flute Choir Director for School District 219 and maintains private teaching studios in Niles and Lincolnshire.

In addition to teaching at Dominican University, Bob Sherman serves as chairman of the guitar department at the Merit School of Music. He also teaches at the Old Town School of Folk Music as well as at his private teaching studio in Oak Park. Prior teaching engagements include the University of Chicago Laboratory School, Sherwood Conservatory at Columbia College, and Brookline Music School. He studied guitar and jazz at Indiana University with Ernesto Bitetti, Luis Zea, David Baker, and Pat Harbison. He's honored to have shared the studio and stage with many wonderful musicians and continues to perform as a soloist and in various ensembles in the Chicago area. He lives with his wife and three children in Oak Park.

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