2006 – 2007
December 10, 2006
Peace Tales Around the World
Kidworks leads a hands on journey in search of world peace with travels to Africa, the Middle East, India, China, Mexico, and Native America, as cultures, traditions, and stories come to life. This 45 minute presentation is loaded with audience participation, and promotes multicultural tolerance and respect for all nations. Children and parent volunteers play African Dancers, Belly Dancers, Camel Humps, Native American Braves adn the tail of the Chinese Dragon.
The Interfaith Children’s Choir of Irving Park
February 25, 2007
Christopher Laughlin, Guitar
Mr. Laughlin performs everything from Spanish classics to Latin American dances, flamenco showpieces, and colorful contemporary works from all corners of the globe. Guitar virtuoso Christopher Laughlin has delighted audiences across the United States adn around the world and has appeared in over 25 nations.
April 29, 2007
Roger Bingaman, Irving Park Fine Arts artistic director, returns with friends Ann McMann and Kenneth Nichols to explore the history of American musical theater in song.
This concert features the Virginia McBroom Sekenske scholarship winner. The scholarship is given to an area high school musician in memory of Mrs. Sekenske, a patron of the Fine Arts series.