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  • Tinley Park band plays at Disneyland

    Tinley Park band plays at Disneyland
    The Tinley Park High School concert band recently showcased its talents at a Disneyland theme park.
  • Roosevelt Collier: Man on a mission

    Roosevelt Collier: Man on a mission
    Sacred-steel guitarist Roosevelt Collier is on a crusade, spreading the gospel of religious faith, yes, but also of the spirit-nurturing effect of live music itself. Even if that means the Miami native has missed a few Sundays at the House of God Church...

    School Notes: New officers elected to Mundelein High School board

    School Notes: New officers elected to Mundelein High School board
    School events, performances and more. Grayslake Exhibit: Beginning May 29, the Grayslake Post Office will display 12 pieces of Woodland Elementary West student artwork. The display will be part of an official ceremony that will begin at 11:30 a.m.,...

    Legacy of CSO's resident composers resonates beyond Chicago

    Legacy of CSO's resident composers resonates beyond Chicago
    Take a close look at how Chicago's new music environment has evolved in the five seasons that Mason Bates and Anna Clyne have stood at its forefront, and you must conclude they've had a lot to do with making it a livelier, feistier, more inclusive scene....

    Northbrook teen band plays Soldier Field to support Autism Speaks

    Northbrook teen band plays Soldier Field to support Autism Speaks
    A local teenage rock band got a chance to play for thousands of people at Chicago's Soldier Field, thanks to Northbrook's Zach Pick, a 14-year-old with good connections. Pick has participated in Chicago's annual Walk Now for Autism Speaks for the past...