Poco a Poco 7th annual Summer Music Fest
Poco a Poco is a nonprofit organization that strives to cultivate a more vibrant community through musical initiatives designed to educate and entertain. Founded by Streator native and professional mezzo-soprano Executive Director Kate Tombaugh in 2017, Poco a Poco joins passionate musicians, educators, and fine arts lovers. Poco a Poco's 7th annual Summer Music Festival aims to offer high-quality arts opportunities, performances, and advanced music education accessible, while encouraging young talent. Through instruction and guidance, Poco a Poco hopes to instill a life-long love for music and the arts in young musicians. The Young Artist training program is currently accepting applicants currently in grades 8-12 who will receive 35 hours of instruction in voice, piano, choir, and numerous electives and round table discussions. The Community Choir & String Ensembles offer a low-commitment, high-reward performance opportunity for vocalists and string players of all ages and levels. Our concerts are free and open to the public. See below for all our 2023 events in Streator, IL: Saturday, June 10 & 17 @ 3 PM: Community Choir & String Ensemble rehearsals @ Park Church (201 N Vermillion Street / Streator, IL) Tuesday, June 13 @ 6:30 PM: Round table discussion followed by 7 PM Faculty concert, featuring Poco a Poco's professional choir @ Park Church (201 N Vermillion Street / Streator, IL) Wednesday, June 14 @ 4 PM: Coffeehouse concert featuring Poco a Poco's Jr Faculty at More on Main (317 E Main Street / Streator, IL) Thursday, June 15 @ 6:30 PM: Round table discussion followed by Poco's Young Artist Student Showcase concert @ Park Church (201 N Vermillion Street / Streator, IL) Saturday, June 17 @ 3 PM: Community Concert featuring Poco's Young Artists, faculty, Community Choir & String Ensembles
Date and Time
Saturday Jun 10, 2023 Saturday Jun 17, 2023
June 10 - 17, 2023 Free and public events on June 10, 13, 14, 15, 17
All of our events take place in the heart of Streator, IL
All of our Summer Music Fest concerts are free and open to the public.
For more information, please contact Executive Director Kate Tombaugh.