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Little Miss Ann Sunday, October 22

Little Miss Ann

Come join Little Miss Ann and her band right in our John & Nancy Hughes Theater. They will play upbeat, interactive fun songs that kids will sing, jump and dance along to!

 

Little Miss Ann is a Chicago based, nationally touring kids musician who has made 7 award-winning Family Music albums. She is also a former Chicago Public School teacher, an instructor at Chicago’s iconic Old Town School of Folk Music, a mom and a first generation Filipina American. Whether Ann is singing about Ube, a purple Yam, or the 606, a landmark trail in Chicago, her musical themes will inspire kids to let their own light shine in their own families as well as in their communities!

Recommended ages: 3-10

Little Miss Ann has performed everywhere from New York to Nashville to Los Angeles with the Little Miss Ann Band which includes her husband, the drummer, Patrick Milani. They have played notable festivals like SXSW, Lollapalooza, Nashville’s Pilgrimage as well music venues like the Strathmore Theater, Overture Center, NYC’s Brookfield Place, and Millennium Park.

Little Miss Ann is actively involved with Family Music Forward, a diverse collaboration of family artists who seek to amplify black family artists in Family Music. She is also currently a Governor for the Chicago Chapter of the Recording Academy GRAMMYS®

Outside of music, Ann enjoys hiking, cooking all sorts of foods, playing tennis and spending time with family and friends.

For over a decade, Little Miss Ann has shows her true passion and love for family music. She feels grateful for having found her true calling and being supported in many ways by the family music community.

 

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Artists, dates, times, prices and fees are subject to change.

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