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Mariachi Herencia de México

OCT 8, 2021 / 7:30 PM

Transport yourself to the world of (incredibly talented) strolling musicians with this Grammy®-nominated youth ensemble from Chicago’s immigrant barrios. Mariachi Herencia de México is considered mariachi music’s most exciting newcomer -- and its future. These young musicians have performed with some of the biggest superstars in the genre, demonstrating that this group has the talent, training and bravado to hold their own with the best in the world.

Black Violin

OCT 23, 2021 / 7:30 PM

Classically-trained string players Wil B. (viola) and Kev Marcus (violin) are on a mission – to use their unique blend of classical and hip-hop music, often described as “classical boom,” to make the impossible... possible -- through music! Their work aims to overcome stereotypes and encourage people of all ages, races, and economic backgrounds to join together and break down cultural barriers. Joining them onstage are DJ SPS and drummer Nat Stokes, rounding out this unique, energetic and fascinating group. This is a show you do NOT want to miss!

Peking Acrobats

MAR 18, 2022 / 7:30 PM

For the last 30 years these daredevil acrobats have astounded audiences around the world, setting records and astonishing audiences as they defy gravity with amazing displays of contortion, flexibility and control. They push the envelope of human possibility with astonishing juggling dexterity and incredible balancing feats, showcasing tremendous skill and ability. This is a thrilling show for the entire family!

Tartan Terrors

APR 9, 2022 / 7:30 PM

Get your plaid on! Tartan Terrors are their own Celtic Invasion, mixing rock’s energy with traditional folklore, dance and humor. With an arsenal featuring classic pipes and fiddle, driving drum tones and signature guitar styles, they use their “Sonic Blitz” to underscore award-winning Step and Highland Dancers and internationally recognized comedic performers alike. Celtic Beat Magazine hails them as “the heirs apparent to the [Celtic] mayhem.”