What better way to celebrate Mother’s Day than with a little old-timey village klezmer music at the historic Rose Bowl Tavern in downtown Urbana! Plenty of space on the dance floor, great drink selection, and free popcorn. Music lovers under age 21 welcome with their responsible adult.
$5.00 cover (kids under 12 free)
106 N. Race St., right across the street from the Courier Cafe.
The Central Illinois English Country Dancers
Invite You To An
English Country Dance
- Dances Led By: Susan Burt, Jon Hanson, Scott Meyer, Jonathan Sivier
- Music Provided By: The Flatland Consort
- Doors Open: 1:30 p.m.
- Playford Ball: 2:00 to 5:30 p.m.
- Date: Sunday, June 9, 2019
- Location: Phillips Recreation Center, 505 West Stoughton, Urbana, IL
- Suggested Donation: $7.00 ($6.00 with a dessert to share)
There will be refreshments at the break, so bring some snacks to share.
The Central Illinois English Country Dancers will be holding a dance with live music provided by local musicians. Dancers of all ages are welcome. All dances will be taught. Partners, costumes and experience are not required, however we ask that soft-soled, non-marking, non-street shoes be worn so as not to damage the dance floor.
Veretski Pass is one of the most highly regarded bands playing in today’s klezmer scene, offering a unique and exciting combination of virtuosic musicianship and raw energy that has excited concertgoers across the world. The trio plays Old Country Music that is a true collage of Carpathian, Jewish, Rumanian, and Ottoman styles seamlessly integrated with original compositions. The full itinerary for their residency in C-U through October 28 can be found at https://tinyurl.com/veretskipass.
Veretski Pass features Cookie Segelstein (violin), Joshua Horowitz (chromatic button accordion) and Stuart Brotman (bass) performing music from the Carpathian Bow. Together they offer a unique and exciting combination of virtuosic musicianship and raw energy that has excited concertgoers across the world. With colorful instrumentation, unique arrangements and compositions, Veretski Pass plays “Old Country” music; music with origins in the Ottoman Empire, once fabled as the borderlands of the East and the West. Co-sponsored by C-U Folk and Roots Festival; Champaign-Urbana Jewish Federation Endowment Fund of the C-U Jewish Federation; Hillel at the University of Illinois; Russian, East European, and Eurasian Center and Program in Jewish Culture and Society, UIUC.
The Gateways to World Music Series is supported by School of Music and College of Fine and Applied Arts at the University of Illinois.
Kick the winter blues away with klezmer music – old country music at Urbana’s home of country music! Young people welcome with their adults; dancing encouraged.
No cover, tips appreciated.