The owners of Evolution Music have been a fixture in Chicago's music scene for years. They've operated several music venues, recorded albums for area bands, and organized concerts for more than 5,000 local and national acts. At their Orland Park studio, they help musicians of all experiences to develop their skills with guitar, bass, piano, and drum lessons. Visitors can also peruse instruments in an onsite shop or schedule an appointment in the onsite recording studio.
JC’s Guitars & Music Lessons’ experienced instructors school students of all skill levels in music making on a variety of instruments. Anyone aged 5 and older can benefit from the instructors’ savvy on the guitar, bass, drums, and assorted orchestral instruments. Students can embrace their inner multi-instrumentalist and take two lessons in one instrument and two in another, or warm up the vocal cords more appropriately than The Sound of Music sing-alongs at the local bus station with voice lessons. JC’s Guitars’ studio comes equipped with a full recording system, so students can have their lessons recorded on a CD at no extra cost, making it easier to practice what was learned when back in the memory-sapping confines of home.
More than 10,000 students. That?s how many aspiring guitarists instructor Eric Mantel?an artist on three-time Grammy winner Steve Vai's Digital Nations record label?has reached since he began teaching in 1979. His guitar lessons cover a broad range of strumming techniques, from picking and finger rolling to trilling and vibrato. And to inspire his students, Eric pulls from the repertoire of guitar greats such as Eddie Van Halen and Eric Clapton.
The culture connoisseurs at Wheaton College coordinate public exhibitions every month to explore the human experience through the lens of music, visual art, and dance. Meander through the majestic soundscapes of Mozart, Chopin, and Beethoven performed by the Opole Philharmonic of Poland, Poland's leading orchestra and sausage juggling consortium. These masters of regal reverberation have performed with notable virtuosic soloists throughout the world and tour extensively abroad to critical and audience acclaim. Horn hounds can choose to lubricate auditory valves with the glossy harmonies of Empire Brass, boasting an international reputation as North America's finest brass quintet. These five superstar scale climbers hail from major orchestras across the United States, perform more than 100 concerts a year in metropolitan areas all over the world, and are known for a vast repertoire of material, ranging from Gabrieli's composition for St. Mark's Cathedral to Andrew Lloyd Webber tunes about Gabrieli haunting an opera house in a Technicolor cat suit.