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Saturday June 17th

Chicago's best stand up comedy with donation wine/beer/tea/soda bar - bring cash to tip! Pop-up show with headliner Felonious Munk (Comedy Central, Second City).

Featuring:
Dave Losso
Melody Kamali
Allison Dunne
Miles Hendrix

$10 at the door, FREE by completing this form: https://goo.gl/xTLBXV
or email RSVP to guestlistanciencycles@gmail.com

LIMITED FREE ENTRY VOUCHERS

8:00 Doors Open • 8:30 Show Begins

Thursday June 8th
Jazz Record Art Collective (JRAC) changes things up a bit with the Micah Rutschman Quintet performing a tribute to Jazz Vibraphone and Marimba player Bobby Hutcherson. The night will also feature an installation and live painting from visual artist Lisha Misha.

“Easily one of jazz's greatest vibraphonists, Bobby Hutcherson epitomized his instrument in relation to the era in which he came of age the way Lionel Hampton did with swing or Milt Jackson with bop… Hutcherson helped modernize his instrument by redefining what could be done with it -- sonically, technically, melodically, and emotionally. In the process, he became one of the defining (if underappreciated) voices in the so-called "new thing" portion of Blue Note's glorious '60s roster..” ~ Steve Huey

Micah Rutschman - Vibes
Quentin Coaxum - Trumpet
Andrew Lawrence - Piano
Patrick Mulcahy - Bass
Juan Pastor - Drums

Lisha Misha - Paints/Brushes/Canvas

8:00 Doors Open • 9:00 Show Begins
$10 Suggested Donation • $5 with Valid Student ID • All Ages

www.jazzrecordartcollective.com
https://www.facebook.com/jazzrecordartcollective
773-852-2481

Saturday June, 10th

LATITUDE is turning 5!

We are so proud to have reached the 5-year mark and we’re throwing a big party to celebrate. We hope you’ll join us & help to make this year’s birthday fundraiser bigger & better than ever! 

Approximately 600 artists and photographers produced work at the lab in 2016, almost doubling the number of community members served from 2015, & we look forward to seeing this number continue to grow! Your generous support is essential as we continue to solidify the organization as a permanent staple in the Chicago arts community. 

So come out! Enjoy food and drinks, win some prints and prizes in our raffles, & support one of your favorite non-profits! 

This year’s birthday fundraiser will be hosted at Fulton Street Collective, one of our lovely neighbors at Hubbard Street Lofts! We will have a Print Raffle featuring prints from our amazing Artists-in-Residence and members of the lab community. We will also have a General Raffle featuring items donated by some of our favorite community businesses and organizations.

DJ Entertainment by Hey Rae Chardonnay
Dinner and cookies provided by Lettuce Entertain You Restaurants
Liquor provided by CH Distillery
Beer provided by Vice District Brewing
Wine provided by Open Produce
Donuts provided by Glazed and Infused Doughnuts

TICKETS

Regular Admission
Advance: $15 / Door: $20 (includes 1 general raffle ticket)

VIP
Advance: $100 / Door: $125 (includes 1 general raffle ticket, 1 print raffle ticket, Open Bar)

VIP Couple
Advance: $180 / Door: $200 (includes 2 general raffle tickets, 2 print raffle tickets, Open Bar)

RAFFLE TICKETS

General: 1 for $5, 3 for $10
General Raffle items from KOVAL DistillerySpudnik Press Cooperative, CMMFraming, PSG Wire, On Tour Brewing Co.Cities in Dust JewelryiO ChicagoFilter Photo, Latitude and more to be announced!

Print: 1 for $25, 3 for $70, 5 for $100

PRINT RAFFLE

Enter the print raffle for a chance to win artworks from our featured artists! See the images up you have a chance of winning here! - http://www.latitudechicago.org/latitudeturns5fundraiser/

Dominika Jackuliakova
Marzena Abrahamik
Derrick Woods-Morrow
Claudia Weber
Lida Suchy
Joseph Wilcox
Jessica Labatte
Ken Rosenthal
Patric McCoy
Cornelia Lein

*Can't make it? You can still purchase Print Raffle tickets and win prints without attending the event! For more details, get in touch to let us know you’ll be participating remotely!

*Please note that General Raffle items will only be awarded to attendees present in the audience.

http://www.latitudechicago.org/latitudeturns5fundraiser/
773.888.2241

Wednesday, June 14th

Jazz Record Art Collective Presents Alyssa Allgood Quintet performing Carmen McRae’s 1988 release CARMEN SINGS MONK.

“Being both an avid fan of both Carmen and Monk this album is a delight. Carmen makes it work because she had a deep understanding and appreciation of Monk's work… Her phrasing is perfect. However, her backing ensemble is also an ingredient in pulling this album off. Let's start with Monk's best known tenor saxophonist, Charlie Rouse, who is backing her. He sets the tone and provides a link back to the music. You can almost imagine Monk in Europe of Japan inviting Carmen to the stage to sit in. The other musicians backing Carmen are both Larry Willis and Eric Gunnison on piano, Clifford Jordon on soprano and tenor sax accompanying Rouse's tenor, George Mraz on bass and Al Foster on drums...” ~ Mike Terrani

Alyssa Allgood Quintet is
Alyssa Allgood- Vocals
Chris Madsen- Sax
Dan Chase- Piano
Joe Policastro- Bass
Jon Deitemyer- Drums

8:00 Doors Open • 9:00 Show Begins
$10 Suggested Donation • $5 with Valid Student ID • All Ages

www.jazzrecordartcollective.com
https://www.facebook.com/jazzrecordartcollective
773-852-2481

Thursday, June 15th

Greg Duncan & The Individuation Quintet release their new CD "Unification". This music is inspired by Swiss psychologist Carl Jung and half of all recording sales benefit Mental Health America. 

"This project hopes to create greater awareness about Swiss psychologist Carl Jung and shed light on the importance of mental health. Half of all funds generated will benefit the organization, Mental Health America. The music is influenced by the works and ideas of Jung (1875-1961), an expert in the study of the subconscious mind. The album is titled “Unification” to reflect Jung’s idea of individuation -- a term used for unifying the conscious with the subconscious mind while finding meaning in life. Many of the songtitles are based on psychological terms coined by Jung and are also inspired by the composer's own self-reflection."

Greg Duncan & The Individuation Quintet is:
Greg Duncan - Trumpet
Doug Rosenberg - Sax
Ben Lewis - Piano
Joel Kelsey - Bass
Xavier Breaker - Drums

8:00 Doors Open • 8:30 Show Begins

$10 Suggested Donation • $5 with Valid Student ID • All Ages

http://www.gregduncanmusic.com/individuation/

773-852-2481

Friday June, 16th

Aura Sounds Sessions Presents
Etta Jame's Greatest Hits Performed live by HEZZA with a 13-piece ensemble!

HEAZZA and a 13-piece ensemble will be performing Etta James’s greatest hits! Heather will be accompanied by a FULL BAND including:

Vocal I Heather (Heazza) Leonhardt
Guitar Aaron Day
Vocal II Alysha Hodges
Vocal III Lauren Roe
Piano Hanna (Banana) Fujisaki
Bass Jake Hawrylak
Drums Deo Bradford
Violin I Stephanie
Violin II Anneke Dean
Viola Mallory Linehan
Cello Molly Rife
Trumpet Constantine Alexander 
Saxophone Barclay Moffit
With live art!

Who is Etta James:

Etta James (born January 25, 1938 – January 20, 2012) was an American singer who performed in various genres, including blues, R&B, soul, rock and roll, jazz and gospel. Starting her career in 1954, she gained fame with hits such as "The Wallflower", "At Last", "Tell Mama", "Something's Got a Hold on Me", and "I'd Rather Go Blind".James's powerful, earthy voice bridged the gap between rhythm and blues and rock and roll. She won six Grammy Awards and 17 Blues Music Awards. She was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993, the Blues Hall of Fame in 2001, and the Grammy Hall of Fame in both 1999 and 2008.Rolling Stone magazine ranked James number 22 on its list of the 100 Greatest Singers of All Time and number 62 on its list of the 100 Greatest Artists.

Aura Sounds is a new, intimate live music session series that features a live performance of influential albums including a featured live artist. Each session usually plays homage to some of the most influential hip-hop, soul, RnB, and jazz albums.

8:00 Doors Open • 9:00 Show Begins
$15 • All Ages

Wednesday, June 21st

George Freeman and the New Apartment Lounge Trio

Von and George Freeman, by anyone's account, are an important part of Chicago's jazz history. Like their peers such as Johnny Griffin, John Young, and Wilbur Campbell, they both developed an incredibly personal style. Von held his famous Tuesday night jam session at the New Apartment Lounge on 75th street for over three decades, where jazz fans from all over the world came to hear his incredible solos and musicians came to get the chance to play and learn from him. George Freeman, who performed with Charlie Parker and made his mark with Gene Ammons and Groove Holmes, continues to compose, improvise blistering solos, and entertain audiences into his 90s.

The band at the New Apartment lounge, Michael Raynor (joined Von in 1989), Mike Allemana (joined Von in 1997), and Matt Ferguson (joined Von in 2003), played as a unit for almost 10 years. George decided it was time to join forces with the trio to celebrate his brother’s legacy and make musical history. He says, "This many years with my brother means something, and I’m still here to enjoy it!”

8:00 Doors Open • 8:30 Show Begins
$10 Suggested Donation • $5 with Valid Student ID • All Ages

www.jazzrecordartcollective.com
https://www.facebook.com/jazzrecordartcollective
773-852-2481

Thursday, June 22nd

Bossa Blue takes you back to the whiskey-soaked juke joints and jazz clubs where the blues first found the subtle pulse of bossa nova jazz. This extraordinary group of musicians rearrange contemporary, classic rock, and jazz standards with the influences of 'cool jazz,' bossa nova, soul, and blues. Bossa Blue delivers a dark and smokey retro lounge vibe that will stir up your body and caress your soul.

Doors at 8pm, Show at 8:30pm 

$10 or $5 w/Valid student ID

All Ages

http://www.bossabluemusic.com/

Wednesday, June 28th

Dave Rempis Quartet performs Johnny Dyani’s 1978 release SONG FOR BIKO. 

“Bassist Johnny Dyani had a large tone and a relaxed yet authoritative style. On this classic SteepleChase release he teams up with two other South African expatriates (altoist Dudu Pukwana and drummer Makay Ntshoko) plus cornetist Don Cherry for music that is haunting, emotional, somewhat adventurous, yet also melodic. While "Song for Biko" is the most memorable piece, all five of Dyani's originals (including the 16-and-a-half-minute "Jo'burg-New York") are special. The music combines together Dyani's South African folk heritage with Ornette Coleman's free bop and elements of avant-garde jazz. Highly recommended....” ~ Scott Yanow

Dave Rempis Quartet is:
Dave Rempis - Reeds
Russ Johnson - Trumpet
Joshua Abrams - Bass
Avreeayl Ra - Drums

8:00 Doors • 9:00 Show
$10 Suggested Donation • $5 with Valid Student ID • All Ages

www.jazzrecordartcollective.com
https://www.facebook.com/jazzrecordartcollective
773-852-2481

Friday, June 30th

Local Medium

A one night, intimate event shared amongst local artists, independent musicians, and you, the public.

The night will include 3 musical acts as well as feature an exhibition by local Chicago artists. This event will be BYOB. 







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