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Jamie O'Reilly's Roots MidSummer/Bastille Day Salon "Heroines"
Chicago, IL, United States
3258 West Foster Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States
(773) 267-9888
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Jamie O'Reilly hosts the MidSummer/Bastille Day Salon "Heroines", in the Tre Kronor garden. Jamie sings with Meg Broz.
Guest Artists Linda Marie Smith and Rob Arendt join them. Seasonal small plates, specialty French desserts. BYOB.

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Composer Dr. Michael Karasis "An Afternoon of the Macabre" Concert
Palatine, IL, United States
1200 West Algonquin Road, Building R
Palatine, IL 60067
United States
(847) 925-6100
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Composer Dr. Michael Karasis presents “An Afternoon of the Macabre,” Music for Chorus and Orchestra, at the Performing Arts Center of Harper College on Saturday, July 13, 2024, with the Elmhurst Choral Union, and The Orchestra of the Macabre, conducted by Scott Uddenberg.

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Chicago Dramatists: Back to the Studs. Celebrating Mark Larson’s Working... book
Chicago, IL, United States
1105 West Chicago Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
United States
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BACK TO THE STUDS, a benefit for Chicago Dramatists. This two-evening theatrical celebration of Mark Larson’s book: Working in the 21st Century: An Oral History of American Work in a Time of Social and Economic Transformation ––an homage to Studs Terkel’s 1974 best selling book WORKING. Cultural Artist Jamie O’Reilly is part of the round table on Fri May 17.

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Jamie O'Reilly's Roots May Day Salon "Blue"
Chicago, IL, United States
3258 West Foster Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States
(773) 267-9888
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Jamie O'Reilly's Roots Salon presents the May Day Salon: "Blue"
Featured Artist John Erickson, jazz piano. May 5 features jazz and cabaret tunes, with a mix of American standards, smoky ballads and John's captivating solo piano. Poet Maureen Flannery joins them, reading original work. Seasonal small plates and dessert menu. BYOB.

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SOLD OUT! Jamie hosts St. Patrick's Day Salon at Tre Kronor
Chicago, IL, United States
3258 West Foster Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States
(773) 267-9888
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Jamie O'Reilly hosts a St. Patrick's Day Salon at Tre Kronor, performing Irish music with John Erickson on piano. Special guests: Cecilie O'Reilly, Judi Heikes, Readers. Meg Broz, guitar/vocals. Special menu. Reservations required.

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Cliff Dwellers Presents "In Old Chicago" for Irish History Month
Chicago, IL, United States
200 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60604
United States
(312) 922-8080
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Jamie O'Reilly & Co bring In Old Chicago, Stories & Songs of a Beloved City, a play with music, to Cliff Dwellers Arts Club Thurs. March 14, 2024.

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Roots Feb Salon Woman's Heart: Exploring Love, at Tre Kronor
Chicago, IL, United States
3258 West Foster Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States
(773) 267-9888
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Jamie O'Reilly hosts Woman's Heart, a midwinter Salon exploring love, from eros to agape. With guest writer Donna Urbikas, and versatile musician Jimmy Conway. Tre Kronor Swedish Bistro. Order from a special menu.

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Jamie O'Reilly's Epiphany Night: In the Spirit of Comfort & Joy, Special Guest Guitarist Steve Vazquez
Chicago, IL, United States
3258 West Foster Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States
(773) 267-9888
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Jamie O'Reilly hosts the Roots Epiphany Night: In the Spirit of Comfort & Joy, at Tre Kronor Swedish Bistro. Guest artist classical guitarist Steve Vazquez. Jamie sings original arrangements, seasonal carols and folksongs with Steve. Special Wintery Menu. BYOB.

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A Child's Christmas in Wales - Phantom Collective, Dec 18
Chicago, IL, United States
1373 North Milwaukee Avenue
Chicago, IL 60622
United States
(773) 697-8066
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Phantom Collective and Volumes Bookcafe present the treasured classic A Child's Christmas in Wales by Dylan Thomas. Directed by J.R. Sullivan, with Brad Armacost. Featuring singer Jamie O’Reilly and fiddler Alex Morrill.

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Michael P. Smith Musical Tribute at The Hideout
Chicago, IL, United States
1354 West Wabansia Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
United States
(773) 227-4433
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Hosted by Mark Guarino and Paul Durica, the afternoon features musicians from a broad spectrum of musical styles, honoring the late singer/songwriter Michael P. Smith, whose musical career spanned over five decades.