Church of Beethoven, Oak Park
at Open Door Theater
902 S. RIDGELAND, Oak Park
(Free parking across the street)
Sunday Mornings: Come-as-you-are for classical music, poetry, coffee and good company.
$10 for adults/$5 for children
All programs begin 10:30 a.m. come early at 10 a.m. for coffee and cookies.
Fredwig Von Rocktoven (aka Fred Brandstrader)
Oak Park 4th of July Parade, 2011
SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 2019
Tickets: $10 for Adults, $5 for children:
SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 2019
OPEN DOOR THEATER
902 S. RIDGELAND AVE., OAK PARK IL
The Church of Beethoven, Oak Park proudly presents Bernardo Arias, Violin and Luciano Laurentiu, piano.
The Duo will present a journey through song in a program of composers from France, Germany, Austria and Poland featuring selections by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Chopin and Wieniawski.
Bernardo Arias is currently a regular substitute violinist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and performs with Elgin Symphony Orchestra, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, he is Co-Concertmaster of Southwest Michigan Symphony Orchestra (a position he shares with his wife Whun Kim), Principal Second Violin of Rockford Symphony Orchestra and former Associate Concertmaster of the Northwest Indiana Symphony. In addition, he teaches at Merit School of Music and Elgin Community College . Mr. Arias received his bachelors and masters degrees from The Juilliard School in New York City where studied with Margaret Pardee and Joseph Fuchs.
Tickets are only $10 - $5 for Students / Kids
Open Door Theater
902 S. Ridgeland Avenue
Premiere performance: July 17, 2011
The poet for our January 20th concert is Emily Thornton Calvo. Emily is a poet, visual artist, and author. Her poems have been published in numerous publications—both online and in print. She has also been featured at many venues including Loyola University, the Art Institute of Chicago, Women & Children First, and the Uptown Poetry Slam at the Green Mill. Her art has been shown at Harold Washington Library, The Art Center in Highland Park, the Elmhurst Art Museum and many Chicago galleries. In 2014, she released her first collection of poems and art, Lending Color to the Otherwise Absurd. You’re welcome to see her work at emilycalvo.com.
Church of Beethoven is a non-profit 501(c) 3organization