Arts Alive Concert Series

Come to the library and enjoy a different musical experience each month! You'll have a chance to meet the musicians and visiting gallery artists following the concert. Refreshments will be served.

Held in the library's Community Room, these popular concerts are sponsored by the Friends of the Rolling Meadows Library.

Get your FREE tickets by calling the library at 847-259-6050, stop by the Welcome Desk or click the link next to the program listing and sign-up online! Persons with disabilities can arrange for special assistance by calling the library at least two weeks prior to any program.


Jazz Spectrum:
Swing's the Thing Sign-up here

Sunday, September 13th | 2:00 p.m.

The Jazz Spectrum Vocal Quartet, backed by a fourpiece instrumental ensemble, pays tribute to popular groups from the 40's and 50's such as The Four Freshmen, The Crew Cuts, The Four Lads, and more current groups such as Manhattan Transfer. From lush ballads to swinging renditions of big band music; from goodtime 50's rock and doo wop to lightning fast vocalese lyrics, Jazz Spectrum lays down a dazzling performance of rich harmonies and light ensemble work.



The Happy Wanderers Sign-up here

Sunday, October 18th | 2:00 p.m.

The Happy Wanderers duo of Jerry on accordion and vocals and Judy on trumpet will take you to the streets of Munich with their mix of German polkas, waltzes, schottishes and drinking songs. The Happy Wanderers have performed all over the Midwest at Oktoberfests, churches, libraries, country clubs and private homes for more than 18 years.



Bel Sonore Chamber Ensemble
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Sunday, November 22nd | 2:00 p.m.

The Bel Sonore Chamber Ensemble, a group consisting of flute, oboe and bassoon, with soprano voice, will perform a diverse program ranging from the Italian Baroque to German Lieder to Duke Ellington. Originally based in New York City, the ensemble has called Chicago home for a number of years and has become a favorite around the Chicagoland area. Please join us for a concert of the familiar to the obscure, but beautiful.