Roselle Illinois Music
He has written music for all types of media, including websites, video games, television and film, with his music presented as feature music. In particular, he has written a long-running media site called "Leaded Music," which has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Los Angeles Times. He also developed a program for Chord Buddy, as we know it from the successful TV series "Shark Tank."
To send a flower arrangement or plant a tree in memory of Edward A. Loss, click here to visit the Sympathy Store. The Roselle repertoire includes "Rising Stars," a prelude class aimed at young stars. Students of all ages and levels of experience are invited to learn with one of our experienced teachers. During this 30-minute session, students will be confronted with a wide range of music styles, from classical to jazz, blues, hip-hop to pop.
Abbington has a communion service every Tuesday morning and I recently began to pray the weekly "Daisy" with one of our priests. I also help mainly in maintenance, but I have also served at St. John the Evangelist Church in Chicago and Roselle Lutheran Church on the campus of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. On the church campus I help with odd jobs, especially electricians, as well as odd jobs (especially electrics).
I have a series of lessons I write for the Roselle Lutheran Music Studio, a recording studio for aspiring songwriters. The studio also gives them the opportunity to record their own songs and criticise their music professionally.
I introduce the students to the basics of guitar technique and music theory in order to get to know the true music they listen to and love. My fun and energy in class, combined with my Polish, make each lesson fun and highly educational.
I studied jazz guitar with Bob Palmieri for a year and then jazz piano with John Coltrane for three years, then classical guitar and piano in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
After three years I moved to the University of Illinois, where I completed a Bachelor in Music Education and then a Master in Classical Guitar and Piano. After earning my way through college, I taught private music classes to forty students a week, and still managed to graduate with distinction.
I have received so many blessings in my ministry and will always be grateful for the support of my friends and family and for God's love. I retired in 2013, but I knew I had time to become more active in the parish and wanted to do so while caring for a dying cousin. Jesus continued to search for me until I finally came here and met the Holy Spirit and the opportunity to grow spiritually, both physically and spiritually. Now I had to stop what I was doing for a few years to look after my dying cousins, and I had to behave as if I were becoming more and more centered in faith.
It was life changing and life-giving to have such a difficult time of change and transition, but overall it was one of the best experiences I have ever been involved in. The parish life of St. Walter brought me closer to Jesus through the good holy men and women I met in the special working group we met at home and in other parishes in which I was involved. I moved a lot in my life and I had to make sure I behaved and worked differently from the people I worked with and had to behave. But I am so grateful for the opportunity to bring the people of St. Walter closer together and for their love and support.
Being a rock musician at heart, I like to teach in various genres, including classical, folk, jazz, rock, pop, country, blues, hip-hop and more. For example, I have produced a weekly podcast with over 100 articles, which started over two years ago and is produced by myself.
My husband Bob And I have been involved in other ministries within the community over the years. I joined the faith network over ten years ago and have been keeping myself informed throughout the year about all the current activities in our church. We have served in the Giving Tree, led the Rosary, and were in Bible Camp from 2013 to 2017, and are committed to serving the Giving Tree at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Chicago, Illinois.
In 2016 I became a Eucharistic pastor and am now part of the pastoral care that offers communion services. I am also part of the St. Walters Ministry of Music and support them with the sound reinforcement.
I started out as an usher, then joined the Knights of Columbus and supported various volunteer efforts, including NWSRA Special Olympics coaching in many sports. He made numerous trips to the Appalachians, served on the board of directors of several local churches, and was honored to serve on the school board for several years.