Illinois State University's College of Fine Arts and School of Music are proud to present Concerts on the Quad in conjunction with the Illinois Shakespeare Festival. All concerts begin at 7 p.m., are free and open to the public, and take place on the east side of Cook Hall (the Castle) on the Quad. Concertgoers are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets for seating.
Concerts on the Quad is sponsored by the Mirza Fund for Arts and Culture of the Illinois Prairie Community Foundation, Fell Trust, the Town of Normal Harmon Arts Grant Program, and Debbie and Terry Lindberg.
For more information or to arrange special accommodations to fully enjoy the performances, please call (309) 438-7631.
To be added to the mailing list for Concerts on the Quad, email music@IllinoisState.edu.
The series starts off with a bang with an organic fusion of Appalachian folk and high-energy Latin music!
Embark on a sentimental journey of melodies and lyrics with noted chanteuse Jodi Beach.
Come watch the series debut of a group that has become an innovative force in the Midwest folk scene. The band's name says it all.
An evening of contemporary jazz led by one of the Illinois State's very own.
Illinois State University faculty and guests sing favorites from the operatic and Broadway stages.
In event of inclement weather, concerts will be moved to the Concert Hall in the Center for the Performing Arts. The building is located on the southeast corner of the Quad, next to Williams Hall. Listen to radio stations WGLT (89.1 FM), WBNQ (101.5 FM), or WJBC (1230 AM) after 5 p.m. on concert days for announcements of site changes.
For more information please call (309) 438-3839. To arrange special accommodations to fully enjoy the performances please call (309) 438-7631.