The Jamming Jean Music Series, named in honor of a former Levy Center member, will feature music and musicians that reflect Evanston and its cultural diversity. Bring the entire family for a fun way to kick off the weekend!
Concerts are free and open to all. Concerts will be held Fridays in the Maple Room at the Levy Center. Locally catered food and cash bar are available for refreshments.
Friday, December 6, 5-7 pm
Rosie and the Rivets perform the best danceable music of the 1950s and early 1960s plus a few current hits with a “retro” twist. Their high energy shows feature early rock, rockabilly, girl group, surf, and soul sounds authentically and expertly performed. Their sound, look, stage presence and vintage instruments reflect their respect for, and attention to, delivering a pure retro-cool, rock experience
The Levy Senior Center Foundation is proud to bring the talents of young, award-winning classical musicians to the Levy Senior Center.
The outstanding lineup continues to honor the memory of Fran Randall who loved classical music and played an important role in opening the current center.
Friday, November 15, 1:30pm
& Caroline Paulsen, cellist
Monika Miodragovic was born in Belgrade, Serbia, and in 2008, moved with her family to Chicago. She received her BA in piano performance and music theory at the University of Michigan, and is pursuing a performance diploma at the Roosevelt University’s Chicago College of Performing Arts. She performs solo and chamber repertoire and serves as a teaching artist at Columbia College. She has performed at Chicago Symphony Hall, Carnegie Hall, and Harris Theater.
Caroline Paulsen, from Minneapolis, MN, is currently studying cello performance at Northwestern University, where she is also a member of the NU Symphony Orchestra and the Dover Quartet’s chamber music program. Caroline has been a recipient of several competitive scholarships, and has worked with well-known composers.