Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Today in Rogers Park - April 10th, 2013


Today in Rogers Park is a series to inform our community of relevant daily events, including the arts, entertainment, presentations and community meetings. - Bill Morton 




Madonna della Strada ChapelMusic From the Mission at 3 pm
Loyola University Chicago boxoffice@luc.edu


The Jesuits were expelled from the Spanish colonies in South America in 1767, leaving behind a remarkable musical legacy that was buried for over two hundred years. But the music did not disappear completely. ­Thanks to the Chiquitos people of Bolivia, the music was played and preserved throughout the 18‑th and 19‑th centuries. In 1985, Swiss architect Hans Roth discovered 9,000 of these musical manuscripts, and in 1990 UNESCO declared the churches of the Chiquitos a “patrimony of humanity”. Now, Dr. Gustavo Leone of Loyola University Chicago’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts has painstakingly retrieved and restored four of these incredible manuscripts, preserving a rare and invaluable treasure of the Jesuit and Catholic heritage such as “Misa Zípoli” by Doménico.





HEADS UP



Rogers Park Chamber of Commerce 4 Year Anniversary Celebration.

All Rogers Park businesses, organizations, institutions, community leaders, and residents are invited to meet and greet as the Rogers Park Chamber of Commerce celebrates four years of supporting and unifying Rogers Park businesses.

This event will be hosted at Quest Network Services, 7301 N. Sheridan Road. Guests will be warmly welcomed to short (10-15 minutes) presentations by local businesses and service organizations and served tastes from restaurants and cafes of our neighborhood.


This is a public event on Saturday, April 13th, 2013 from 12 noon - 7pm. RSVP calls to (773) 850-0049 are encouraged. RSVP's to facebook and walk-ins are OK. This is a free community event.

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