Monthly Archives: August 2018

Summer Update from Loretta Sawyer Acoustic Arts

Mark Dvorak sings an original song… ”I Hate to See the Summer Go” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5AyUxuK_2JM&index=23&t=0s&list=PLG684b68MBBYm-73MRHNbS_fOLfxdHwCT

Summer certainly speeds by fast… it’s been a time of outdoor art fairs, festivals and events… and some fine indoor things too.

Michael Johnathon returned to the Chicago area twice in one week. Lillie Kuzma hosted Michael for a concert at WDCB radio on July 10, prior to his on-air spot during her Folk Festival radio show. Michael returned to Concerts on the Creek in Rockford, IL July 14 for a night of stories and songs shared with a wonderful and generous audience.

Michael has been writing, composing, and rehearsing for his “Songs of Rural America” concert. Michael will perform songs with a symphony orchestra. This will be recorded for public radio and filmed for public television.  Be part of the WORLD PREMIER Performance Saturday Oct 6, 2018 at the historic Ariel Opera House in Gallipolis, OH.  For more info visit http://www.michaeljohnathon.com/symphony/.

Mark Dvorak’s schedule is always full. Check it out at www.markdvorak.com. Mark was involved in three Oak Park Illinois Thursday Night Out Folk music events held monthly in  June, July and August, showcasing some great Chicago area talent to the Oak Park community audience. Mark is also working with a new trio out of Old Town School called $11 Supper and has done several co-bills with them. They have been called “Chicago’s new vibrant acoustic trio.” You can check out their Facebook page for more info.

Loretta Sawyer Acoustic Arts will be going on road trips this fall and will be hosting the Uncorked late night showcase at two upcoming music conferences: FARM in Grand Rapids, MI and NERFA in Stamford, CT. LSAA is also a sponsor at FARM.

Uncorked flier

See the Uncorked FARM banner here and on the FARM website. Watch this site for the Uncorked schedules for FARM and NERFA as soon as both are completed!

Thanks for visiting and enjoy the rest of the summer days that we have left…

Cheers!

Lo