Annual Chicago Latino Music Festival Moves into High Gear

Lawndale News Chicago's Bilingual Newspaper - Local NewsAs the Hispanic Heritage Month festivities in Chicago switch to high gear, so does the 8th annual Chicago Latino Music Festival (LMF). Presented by the International Latino Cultural Center of Chicago (ILCC), the LMF will this month showcase the works of such diverse performers, ensembles, and composers as award-winning Uruguayan guitarist Eduardo Fernández, pianist Sebastian Huydts, the Harper Symphony Orchestra, LMF ensemble-in-residence Kaia String Quartet, and composers Guillermo Gregorio, Pablo Santiago Chin, Elbio Barilari and Gustavo Leone, among others. The Festival recently added one more concert to the lineup: a performance by Ondas Ensemble titled “Music on Madison: Mexicana Romantico,” October 11 at The Musical Offering in Evanston featuring the music of Barilari, Manuel Ponce and Vinicio Meza. For more information about the performances, visit

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