Save the date! Dr. Daniel Gasse and Mrs. Hulya Alpakin-Luethi will present a cello and piano recital at the River Forest Public Library, 735 Lathrop Ave., on Saturday, September 23rd. The event is from 6 – 8 pm, with the recital 6:30 – 7:30 pm.… Continue Reading
By Jackie Schulz
There were three musical events last weekend, all of them superior and worthy of attention and attending. But of the three, I think I chose the best, the recital at St. John: Opus 3 Piano Trio, the faculty in residence at our own Gasse School of Music.… Continue Reading
By Jackie Schulz
Music, music, music is the theme of Forest Park, Oak Park and River Forest. There is so much music to enjoy you have to clone yourself to hear it all.
On Sunday, March 6 at 4 p.m., Several of our local music groups are performing on the same day at the same time!… Continue Reading
By John Rice
Columnist / Staff reporter
Daniel Gasse has promised the music that Opus 3 plays at this year’s concert will be “tasty,” i.e. representing many different cultural flavors. That’s because the Gasse family just spent a month “marinating” in his native Argentina, soaking up the music scene.… Continue Reading
Winter Care for Your Instruments:
Humidify daily! The wood will crack with the extreme dry air blown by heaters during Chicago’s winter.
Also, don’t leave your instruments in the car without heat for more than a few minutes.
Don’t miss us TONIGHT, December 5th from 6 to 8 p.m:
HOLIDAY WALK organized by the Forest Park Chamber.
GRAND APPLIANCE AND TV. 7440 W Madison, Forest Park, IL 60130. (708) 771-4763. There will be a great display of chamber music as well as solos.… Continue Reading
Thursday December 4th from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.at The Nineteenth Century Club Come and see one of our string quartets performing for a fundraiser for The Children’s Clinic sponsored by the OPRF Infant Welfare Society.
The Nineteenth Century Club… Continue Reading
We are proud to announce that Sr. Janis Haustein and two of her piano students will be participating in this wonderful event! Save the date: Sunday, October 19th.