6:00 PM18:00

Vol. 39

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I'm starting a journey with my music at Vol.39 - a dimly lit law library or a 1940s era smoking lounge, all tufted leather couches in cognac and charcoal hues. 

Vol.39 is located at 39 S LaSalle St #200, in The Kimpton Gray Hotel, 2nd floor

Ana Munteanu - voice, guitar. Music starts at 6 PM

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to May 27


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Jazz Folk duo Sara and Kenny and Brazilian Latin Spirit band AMADAoffer a night of passionate music that stirs the soul and welcomes the fervor of Spring. Listen and be inspired to write a note of love, hope or well wishes to a stranger or create a tangible memento in the cinematic photo booth.

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9:00 PM21:00

Trio Ama

 Photos: Vladko Primorak, Baha Ra

Photos: Vladko Primorak, Baha Ra

Music in a heart beat. Luciano's weeping guitar tremolos, my voice, djembe rhythms from Luiz to bring us back to earth. Friday, January 5, 9 pm, Sabor a Cafe, by Western and Peterson

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9:00 PM21:00

AMA at Sabor A Cafe

Me, Luiz, Luciano and Geoffrey are returning to our cozy place, beloved Sabor a Cafe, to share our music and friendship. 9 pm, 2435 W Peterson Ave. Ana Munteanu - voice; Luciano Antonio - guitar, voice; Geoffrey Lowe - bass; Luiz Ewerling - drums

Photo: Di Arellano

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4:00 PM16:00

AMA at Sequence Ch!cago

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Photo: Baha Ra

Sequence Ch!cago celebrates local artists, musicians and cultural organizations by showcasing their works through this unique and exciting new performance series. Saturday, September 30
Chicago Culture Market | 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. | Food Experience (Between Lalo’s and Brown Sugar Bakery)
MUSIC: Surabhi Ensemble (Middle Eastern/Indian); AMA (Brazilian); Katie Kadan
MARKET: HI MOM Jewelry (jewelry); Loom Chicago (creations by refugee artisans); Mashallah (jewelry); Nana Mendez (jewelry/fashion); Rebuilding Exchange (furniture)

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Bitori & Beats y Bateria at World Music Festival Chicago
7:00 PM19:00

Bitori & Beats y Bateria at World Music Festival Chicago

World music lovers--it's time to put your hands together for funaná music expert Bitori and dance floor-filling quartet Beats y Batería! These artists are set to perform at World Music Festival Chicago on Friday, September 22 at The Promontory. For more updates, visit and follow the festival on Facebook and Twitter @WMFChicago #WorldMusicFestChi #ChicagoIsOne 

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9:00 PM21:00


AMA is a four piece group of dedicated musicians formed in Chicago in 2016. They perform a variety of Latin music inspired from beloved Brazil, as well as Europe.
With Ana Munteanu’s soulful, sparkling vocals, Luciano Antonio’s brilliant guitar artistry and warm voice, Geoffrey Lowe and Luiz Ewerling’s sonorous bass and eclectic rhythms, AMA is about groove, harmony and music euphoria that moves one’s heart.

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to Mar 30

Ajúa x The Life Project Chicago Present: Boogie Down


Featuring Live music by Beats y Batería a latin and jazz fusion combo.
DJ Sets: Sonorama, Memo Duarte (MC), DJ Step, Drag Leon

Featured Artist and Live Painting: Vero Martinez
Resident Artists: Aiselife, Natalia Sustaita, Jose Ramirez,
Ruben Barba, Xavier Hernández, Auburn Aesthetic

Tickets/Early Rsvp:
When: March 29th
Where: East Room
2354 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL 60647
Doors at 9pm I 21+

East Room
2354 N Milwaukee
Chicago, IL 60647

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8:30 PM20:30

Las Cafeteras w/ Beats y Bateria presented by Thalia Hall, Sound Culture...

As part of The National Museum of Mexican Art's Del Corazón performing arts series.

Las Cafeteras are immigrant children remixing roots music, telling modern day stories with what LA Times has called a “uniquely Angeleno mishmash of punk, hip-hop, beat music, cumbia and rock … Live, they’re magnetic.” 

The band is taking the music scene by storm with infectious live performances that cross musical borders. They’ve played with bands such as folk/indie favorites Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, Mexican icons Cafe Tacuba, Colombian superstar Juanes, L.A. legends Ozomatli, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, and most recently with Talib Kweli.

Beats y Batería
How do classic rhumbas, 100 year old folk tunes, and ancient rhythms fit in the percussive electronic music of today? Come find Beats y Bateria: a collaboration of Havana-born, Chicago-based DJ/Producer AfroQbano, Moldovan-born fado jazz singer Ana Munteanu, multi instrumentalist Patrick Donley and global beat drummer Daniel Crane. The four members come from different musical homes but what they do together is set a mood of celebration and nostalgia under the umbrella of global dance music. 

$15 (limited adv), $18 / $20 / Age 17 And Up

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