Annie Moses Band Comes to The MAC, 10/6
The McAninch Arts Center, located at 425 Fawell Blvd. on the campus of College of DuPage, is set for a unique and music-filled October when the Annie Moses Band bring their talents to the Belushi Performance Hall as part of the MAC's 2018-2019 Season, Saturday, Oct. 6 at 7:30 p.m.
A free MAC chat will take place one hour prior to the performance. The Julliard-educated Annie Moses Band is composed of six siblings who began training at a young age, first in classical music at conservatories, then expanding into a variety of genres such as folk, bluegrass, and jazz. Annie Wolaver Dupre is lead vocalist and plays violin. She is joined by Alex Wolaver (viola), Benjamin Wolaver (cello), Gretchen Wolaver (mandolin/violin), Camille Rose Da Silva (harp/keyboard) and Jeremiah Wolaver (guitar).
The band's repertoire contains a mix of old favorites such as "I Only Have Eyes For You" and "Nat King Cole Medley," rare gems including Don McLean's "And I Love You So," Dan Fogelberg's "Longer" and John Lennon's "Grow Old With Me," and original new songs like "Steady Hands," written by the band's Gretchen Wolaver. The Annie Moses Band has topped Billboard's Classical Crossover chart multiple times, appeared on PBS and FOX News and been featured in The Wall Street Journal. Currently signed with Warner Classics, the Annie Moses Band continues to tour throughout the U.S. and Europe, bringing their unique voice to music lovers everywhere.
The Annie Moses Band comes to the McAninch Arts Center located at 425 Fawell Blvd. on the campus of College of DuPage, Saturday, Oct. 6 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $45-$49. A free MAC chat will take place one hour prior to the performance. For tickets or more information, visit AtTheMAC.org or call 630.942.4000. About the MAC
The McAninch Arts Center (MAC) at College of DuPage is located 25 miles west of Chicago near I-88 and I-355. It houses three indoor performance spaces (the 780-seat proscenium Belushi Performance Hall; the 236-seat soft-thrust Playhouse Theatre; and the versatile black box Studio Theatre), the outdoor Lakeside Pavilion, plus the Cleve Carney Art Gallery, classrooms for the college's academic programming. The MAC has presented theater, music, dance and visual art to more than 1.5 million people since its opening in 1986 and typically welcomes more than 100,000 patrons from the greater Chicago area to more than 230 performances each season.
The mission of the MAC is to foster enlightened educational and performance opportunities, which encourage artistic expression, establish a lasting relationship between people and art, and enrich the cultural vitality of the community. Visit AtTheMAC.org or facebook.com/AtTheMAC for more information.