Lively Arts of Chicago presents
Music in the Neighborhood
in Rogers Park
Introduce your child to classical music the fun way
with interactive performances
(ages 4 and up)
Join us Sunday, January 22, 2012 at
Mayne Stage on Morse Avenue, 3:00 – 3:45 pm
Lincoln Trio presents
Ferdinand the Bull and Friends,
featuring WFMT’s Noel Morris, Narrator
- Arrive early – for a hands-on Instrument “Petting Zoo” preceding the program at 2:30 p.m.
Disney’s Oscar winning short film
Ferdinand the Bull ends the program
a birthday celebration for
Ferdinand’s 75th and Mozart’s 256th
and a free raffle with prizes
1328 W Morse Ave
Chicago, IL 60626
Originally a 1912 silent screen Nickelodeon, the building is a state-of-the-art live performance venue
This series is funded entirely by Friends of Lively Arts of Chicago
For more information, visit: www.livelyartsofchicago.org
Sep 18, 2011
Concert 3 - 3:45 pm;
instrument 'petting zoo' at 2:30 pm
4767 N. Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
Lively Arts of Chicago presents Music in the Neighborhood in Lincoln Square
The Colors of Music is a FREE, fun filled classical music program for children ages 4-12, featuring the prize winning student ensemble, Quartet Ventoso, and even an instrument "Petting Zoo", where youngsters can learn how to play a violin, a cello, or a viola before the concert! Quartet Ventoso, prize winning students at the Music Institute of Chicago: Jennifer Cha, violin; Erika Gray, violin; Caitlin Adamson, viola; and Johannes Gray, cello, will demonstrate their instruments and play solos, duets, trios and quartets.
The narrator, Doreen Feitelberg will direct the children to "draw how they feel" when they hear two different pieces of music. Clips from the Disney film Fantasia will highlight the colors of music. The musicians will answer questions from the audience followed by a drawing for prizes and Italian food treats from Trattoria Trullo in the picturesque LIncoln Square neighborhood.
All funding for these programs comes from Friends of Lively Arts of Chicago and I am encouraging everyone to help keep these programs free by contributing whatever amount they are able toward that goal. Of course, all contributions are tax deductible as Lively Arts of Chicago is a 501(c)3.