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Benefit for the Young Stracke All-Stars Featuring Mark Dvorak

YSAS_Benefit full pageSunday, September 14

Drinks and hors d’oeuvres at 4:30.

Music at 5:30

Join “Chicago’s Troubadour” Mark Dvorak in a featured small-venue performance for the benefit of the Young Stracke All-Stars; youth musicians celebrating the legacy of music and education pioneer, Win Stracke.

The Young Stracke All-Stars hope that you will help us continue to build bridges between generations of folk musicians by attending this concert, featuring the band’s friend and mentor, Mark Dvorak. The $75 cost covers the evening’s entertainment and beverages and hor d’oeuvres.

As a way to deepen the roots between generations, this concert will take place at the home of Jane Bradbury, daughter of Win Stracke.

Contact Jason McInnes to reserve your seat. 773-369-8268 or Space is limited. The address will be given upon RSVP.

This fall, the Young Stracke All-Stars will be entering the studio to record their debut album. The album will be a celebration of folk music from around the world, a culmination of six years of work by the band, and a homage to Win Stracke, the band’s namesake.

This is a step that we believe will launch us into the next phase of the group as we inspire youth musicians and their families, influence how people think about youth-created music, and leave a legacy of our music and the communal and historical-based ideals of the Young Stracke All-Stars.

To make the album a reality, the we need your support to cover production and post-production costs.

Young Stracke All-Stars is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non‐profit arts service
organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of Young Stracke All-Stars must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” and are tax‐deductible to the extent permitted by law.

If you can’t make it to the show, but are interested in making a contribution, please visit our page hosted by Fractured Atlas.