Northwest Suburban Community Concert Association
An International Artists' Showcase
in partnership with
District 214 Community Education


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2009-2010 Season

The following concerts will be presented during the 2009-2010 season:

All concerts are held in the auditorium at Forest View Educational Center located at 2121 South Goebbert Road in Arlington Heights.  Click here for more information on the location and directions.  Please note that concerts are subject to change without notice.

The Four Aces

A wonderful evening of classical close harmony music with this big name group from the '50s and '60s.  The Four Aces started together in Philadelphia in 1949 with their first big hit "It's No Sin", followed by chart hits "Tell Me Why", "Perfidia", "Heart of my Heart", "Melody of Love", "Mr. Sandman", "Stranger in Paradise", "Love is a Many-Splendored Thing", and everyone's favorite -- "Three Coins in a Fountain."

Even with talented new members featured through the years, the sound pioneered by this group has always remained intact.  Their showy orchestration compliments their tight voice harmonies.  A generous spirited collection by the Vocal Hall of Famers 2001 -- The Aces.

For more information, please visit The Four Aces web site:

Rudolf Budginas

This Lithuanian born pianist brilliantly balances pop, jazz, and well-known classical works into an afternoon of non-stop entertainment.  At the age of nine, he made his debut with the Lithuanian National Symphony.  He trained at the prestigious Moscow Conservatory.

A graduate of the University of Southern California (USC) with a Doctorate in Music, he currently resides in California and is Professor of Music at Cuesta College.  He is known for keeping his audience constantly surprised and excited throughout a concert.  You will be too!

For more information, please visit Rudolf Budginas' web site:

West End Jazz Band
featuring Dennis Scott on organ

Something totally different for AHCCA!  A silent movie presentation with a musical background of a theater organ and 6 piece jazz band.  This local area group plays music from the silent movie period of the '20s and '30s.

They were a big hit at Waukegan last year.  Our members who attended said, "Bring them to Arlington Heights next season!"

For more information, please visit the West End Jazz Band web site:

Daniel Rodriguez

A real surprise!  History intervened for the now retired (June 2004) NYPD Officer on September 11, 2001.  His stirring performance of "God Bless America" and the National Anthem at Ground Zero were statements of solidarity that galvanized all Americans. 

His rich, warm tenor voice will include songs from Broadway to patriotic, spiritual, and love songs inspired by Mario Lanza.  He comes to us on his spring tour of the Midwest.

For more information, please visit Daniel Rodriguez's web site:

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