Tag: music

Chorale will present classical music concerts in May

South Holland Master Chorale will give two concerts in May to conclude its current musical season. They will be the final concerts directed by Albert M. Jackson, musical director, who is retiring. Performances by the 80-member chorale will be at 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 15, at St. Joseph Catholic[Read More…]

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James Hart Symphonic Band earns top honors

James Hart band director Matt Johnson directs the symphonic band during its March concert. The band won top rankings recently. (Provided photo) The James Hart School Symphonic Band received the highest rating offered to a Division 1 school during judging in the IGSMA District Organizing Contest March 12. Band Director[Read More…]

Soprano gives recital Friday at Flossmoor church

Flossmoor resident Regina Ceragioli will present a voice recital at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 6, at Infant Jesus of Prague Church, 1131 Douglas Ave. in Flossmoor. Ceragioli is making a career as a soprano. A graduate of Marian Catholic High School, she received a bachelor’s degree from Butler University[Read More…]

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Phil Lee believes everyone is a DJ at heart. 

Phil Lee, left, shows Ashley Armstrong how to work the console in preparation for the celebration of Flossmoor Station Restaurant & Brewery’s 25th anniversay celebration on Saturday, July 10. Ashley and her sister, Sarah, were guest DJs for the event. (Eric Crump/H-F Chronicle) That includes Mayor Michelle Nelson, who’s slated[Read More…]

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Quarantine Music video series mixes fun, inspiration

Amid the annoying disruptions of the pandemic there are also some disruptions of a more felicitous nature, like Anne Colton deciding to make music videos. The documentary filmmaker, in partnership with the Homewood Arts Council and South Sub Music Live, has released five music videos featuring local musicians. You have[Read More…]

Coping with COVID: March 23

Local musicians help H-F stay connected. The Chronicle starts a list for local businesses to post their solutions to operating under the state’s stay-home order. Metra is helping healthcare workers. WHO recommends a shift from “social distancing” to “physical distancing” (because socializing is still important).   You have reached content available[Read More…]

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