2015 - 2016 Musical Sunday
Musical Sundays are held from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. in the atrium of the library on the first floor. Patrons are invited to enjoy cookies and a cup of coffee or tea while they listen to the program or go about their usual library activities.
The Music and Influence of Hank Williams is Steve’s tribute in guitar and song to the father of modern country music.
An On the Same Page event: enjoy music from the time period of Delicious!— boogie woogie piano and vocals from Alan Gresik’s swing combo.
Phil will perform When That Great Ship Went Down: Music to Commemorate the Sinking of the Titanic, a hammered dulcimer concert evoking the music played on the doomed passenger liner, including popular songs of the day and Irish jigs and reels.
Small Potatoes is the Cary, IL based folk and acoustic husband and wife duo of Jacquie Manning and Rich Prezioso. They will be presenting a Christmas Show that spans 1000 years of holiday music.
Classical Guitarist Kevin Brown will be performing an afternoon of Spanish guitar music. The program will feature music by Fernando Sor, Isaac Albeniz, Francisco Tarrega and others.
The Chordmasters are a barbershop quartet who will be performing songs varying from the classic oldies to more modern tunes and from the serious to the comedic in style. Audience participation is encouraged!
Robbie Malkowski and Dave Turner
Classically trained vocalist Robbie Malkowski and jazz pianist Dave Turner will perform "The Greatest Hits of Judy Garland" accompanied by stories that tie her timeless songs together.
We begin National Library Week by honoring all of the volunteers who contributed their time to the Roselle Public Library District between March 2015 - March 2016. Counterpoint is a co-ed competitive acapella group from Loyola University Chicago. They will be performing a wide array of popular and well-known songs from their repertoire which they have arranged themselves!
The History Singers
The History Singers are the folk duo of Kathryn and John Atwood. They will be performing "Chicago History in Song," combining slides, narration, and music to give a musical perspective on Chicago's history from the area's original natives to Chicago's blues scene.