GUITAR MASTER TOMMY EMMANUEL: BENEFIT CONCERT
Grammy-nominated guitarist, composer and performer Tommy Emmanuel will perform a special concert to benefit a scholarship fund named for his family.
Renowned for a diverse musical range that extends from country-blues to rock ‘n’ roll, Emmanuel plays hundreds of sold-out shows every year from Nashville to Sydney to London. At 44, he became one of only five people ever to be named a Certified Guitar Player by his idol, music icon Chet Atkins. Emmanuel’s latest album is Accomplice One, which features collaborations with performers like Jason Isbell, Mark Knopfler, Rodney Crowell, Jerry Douglas, Amanda Shires, Ricky Skaggs, Bryan Sutton,View more
Tommy Emmanuel in Concert begins at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 28, in Hammerschmidt Memorial Chapel (190 Prospect Ave., Elmhurst, elmhurst.edu/campusmap). General admission is $50 per person. Students are free. Tickets are available at elmhurst.edu/guitarbenefit.
INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES *
- Jan 28, 2019 at 07:30 pm (Mon)
190 S. Prospect, Elmhurst, IL 60126
There is a large parking lot along the north side of Alexander Boulevard, just north of Hammerschmidt Chapel.
Accessible ramp on north side of chapel leads down to lower level entrance. (Restrooms are on this level.) Inside the entrance is an elevator leading to the front of the audience area on the mainView more
Accessible ramp on north side of chapel leads down to lower level entrance. (Restrooms are on this level.) Inside the entrance is an elevator leading to the front of the audience area on the main floor.
Audience members using the accessible entrance may ask a companion or nearby person to present their ticket to any usher.
Limited parking near the chapel. If you can’t find an accessible spot, then briefly park your car near the ramp entrance to the accessible entrance, assist your friend, and then park your car in another spot.
Accessible listening system is available at the will-call table in the main entry. Audience members tell us that they hear the music fine, but the ALS helps them hear announcements from the stage.View less