Long Grove Arts & Music Council

2017, Our 12th Season
A Dozen Years of Great Music
Towner Green on Old McHenry Road
Across from The Village Tavern
All concerts are Free and on Sundays at 4pm

July 9th  




Corky Siegel & The Chamber Blues

"Gritty Chicago blues and rarefied classical chamber
music might not seem like a match made in heaven -
until you've heard Corky Siegel bring the two together...
a crowning achievement." - CHICAGO TRIBUNE

 

July 16th  




April Verch

April Verch, doesn’t just perform music, she exudes
it. The internationally renowned Canadian fiddler,
singer, songwriter and stepdancer has a passion for
performing and her goal is to touch the lives of those
who are listening at any given moment.

July 23rd  




No Concert this Weekend

July 30th
 


Black Oak Ensemble

Join us on this very special Sunday when we present the Black Oak Ensemble as they take us on an exciting and eclectic musical journey from the baroque period to the present with Black Oak’s arrangements of ethnic tunes and beloved melodies of the past. A first for the Long Grove Arts & Music Council. Not to be missed!

August 6th  


Laurie Lewis & The Right Hands

Bluegrass at its absolute finest. After 10 years we are
thrilled to welcome back this Grammy nominated band
for their only Illinois performance this year. The genre
of Bluegrass doesn't get any better.

August 13th  




Harpeth Rising

Ever since their first visit four years ago
Harpeth Rising has been rocketing in popularity, 
We are extraordinarily fortunate they love to play
here, so we are thrilled to welcome back this
amazing group. Absolutely not to be missed.

August 20th  




Maxwell Street Klezmer Band

Who knew!? For their fifth time in Long Grove, we
welcome back one of our favorite groups.
It's Maxwell Street Klezmer Band with Alex Koffman!
"When the Maxwell Street Klezmer Band performs, they
don't just play. They dance, they talk, they joke, and they
celebrate right along with the audience" Jeff H., fan

August 27th  




Reggie Harris & Scott Ainslie

Two icons of the Chicago Music scene come to Long Grove
for the first time. Storyteller, historian, gospel and blues
legend Reggie Harris teams up with a true master of the
blues guitar, Scott Ainslie, to offer an extraordinary concert.