Tanya Melamed in Russian Tango Cabaret
Dancing Jorge Niedas & Liz Sung
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Sunday, February 15th – 6:30 p.m.
International pianist, singer and composer Tanya Melamed, ignites your Valentine’s weekend with her dynamic blend of world music stylings: Argentine tangos, French chansons, Russian romances, Klezmer melodies and much more. Accompanied by brilliant musicians Alex Koffman on violin, Richard Scofano on bandoneon and Paul Goldman on piano. Exquisite dancing by Jorge Niedas & Liz Sung from Tango 21.
Ticket includes entrance to Milonga La Baldosita, IMMEDIATELY following the Russian Tango Cabaret show, with guest DJ Natasha playing classic Argentine and mesmerizing Russian tangos for you to dance to all night! The perfect blend for your Valentine Weekend!
Alhambra Palace Lounge
$25 in advance / $30 at the door
6 pm: Doors open
Ticket includes entrance to Milonga La Baldosita, immediately following the show. Stay and tango until midnight!
Roosevelt University’s College of Contemporary Music is offering a free concert at Harris Theater (north end of Millennium Park) – you only have to request tickets in advance for this event:
A new, free exhibit, Love on Paper, at the Newberry Library (just 15 min. east on the#70 Division Street bus) opens January 15th, 2015 with a collection of valentines, love letters, books and even heart-shaped maps. A perfect exhibit to celebrate St. Valentine – exhibit runs through April 1, 2015. On Weds. February 11th from 4-7 pm in Ruggles Hall you can make your own valentines as part of their “Make Love on Paper” event.
One of our favorite local theatre companies is at the Den Mainstage, 1329 N Milwaukee Avenue until February 7th with what local theatre critic, Hedy Weiss, calls “magic at work” when “…a director can turn a crowd of about 200 mostly young…Wicker Park types into the happily participatory members at a loony pajama party set to the music of Gilbert and Sullivan.” Just a short walk from the Two Urns and pajamas are optional. http://www.the-hypocrites.com/
Get a special discount for early bookings during our high-season in 2015 by booking before April 1st, 2015. Our standard 15% discount will also apply to reservations made for 2 consecutive nights in the same room from March 15 – December 8, 2015. Just book by 5pm April 1st and get 15% off on stays of 2 or more nights. This special discount goes back to our normal minimum stay of 3 nights to get this discount – so plan your next visit in 2015 today.
“Thanks to everyone at the House of Two Urns for a relaxing stay with all the amenities promised. We especially appreciated the wonderful jetted tub, great coffee in the suite, printer, and wonderful breakfasts. It was also most helpful to have gym privileges close by. We will recommend your B&B to family and friends.” D.C. area couple in town for pleasure and a little business.
One of the best ways for visitors to explore Chicago is through the Chicago Greeter program. With a friendly, knowledgeable local as your guide, you can see the most popular landmarks and attractions on a 2-4 hour FREE guided tour.
Greeter visits are customized based on your choice of neighborhoods, language and interests. Over 200 enthusiastic volunteers await you to share their expertise and passion about the city! Make sure to register at least 10 business days in advance for a free 2-4 hour guided visit of Chicago.
Looking for more flexibility, or making plans to visit Chicago at the last minute? Let InstaGreeter take you on a free hour-long guided walk of downtown.
Millennium Park InstaGreeter will run through October 13, 2014. The one hour walks of the park will be conducted every day at 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., departing from the Chicago Cultural Center Visitor Information Center. Registration is not required.