Four extraordinary guitarists, each unique in their own right, offer an evening of the finest contemporary acoustic guitar music on the planet.
Grammy winning, multi platinum producer and founder of Windham Hill Records, Will Ackerman leads the way presenting 3 of his most talented new discoveries.
One of the seasons most beautiful concerts.
TODD MOSBY NEW HORIZONS ENSEMBLE - Global Music Awardee and composer Todd Mosby leads a world class ensemble through a musical landscape of beautiful mountains. Anyone who loves acoustic guitar in all its facets and the mountains will love this set.
TODD MOSBY ACOUSTIC GUITAR - What do you get when you mix George Harrison, Debussy, Miles Davis and Imrat Khan? Acoustic Classical North Indian music brought to new evolutionary heights in America.
"He is the most innovative guitarist of this century." - Ustadt Imrat Khan
The Prohibition Mob Band, led by Roberta Donnay, is a vintage jazz and swing band that employs 1920-30s swing, blues, and roots music in the jazz tradition.
The ensemble's mission is to explore, celebrate, and promote America's jazz roots by interpreting vintage material as well as contributing original works reminiscent of the Jazz Age.
Roberta Donnay & the Prohibition Mob Band have been touring the U.S. since 2012.
In January of 2015, Visceral Dance Chicago was named one of Dance Magazine’s 25 to Watch, recognizing the company’s accomplishments and potential in the national community.
In less than three years, the company has developed a diverse and respected repertoire. With works by distinguished choreographers such as Sidra Bell, Mónica Cervantes, Marguerite Donlon, Brian Enos, Robyn Mineko Williams and Pupillo, Visceral Dance Chicago continues to challenge audiences' expectations.
Grammy Nominated Album for Best Spoken Word, “The Storm King” Narration by the late Pete Seeger.
Pete Seeger: The Storm King grew organically from a series of conversations between Seeger and his younger collaborator, percussionist and producer Jeff Haynes.
In this unique blend of spoken word, music, and video, the late Seeger’s recollections about his life, travels and creative process find a perfect match in the imaginative orchestrations of Haynes.