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Michael O'Toole

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The Old Town School of Folk Music , Inc.

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The Old Town School of Folk Music , Inc.

4544 N LINCOLN AVE

Chicago, Illinois,60625

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1957, the Old Town School of Folk Music® is the only organization in Chicago dedicated to teaching and fostering appreciation for traditional music and cultures from around the world. The Old Town School is largest independent community music school...more

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Michael O'Toole | Old Town School of Folk Music

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Michael O'Toole
Michael O'Toole first came to the Old Town School in January of 1973 to learn fiddle from Dave Prine and later, banjo from Fleming Brown. Over the next decade, Michael worked in local theater composing, arranging and directing music for over two dozen productions. Throughout the 90's, he operated a small recording studio next to the historic No Exit cafe in Rogers Park, where he hosted the Monday night open mic and created the second longest running performance showcase in town, In One Ear. Michael has also taught at Flatts and Sharpe Music in Rogers Park since 1987. From 1998 to 2005, he returned often to France to play festivals and house concerts. From1997 to 2010, Michael entertained the 0-4 crowd at Lincoln Park Zoo's StoryTime as Professor Boonie. Michael returned to Old Town in 2006 and has been teaching group guitar and private lessons in guitar, banjo, fiddle and mandolin. He is very happy to be back home at the OTSFM. At present Michael is teaching and busy launching a one hour children's podcast. He believes that music is at its best when it's a shared adventure and that there is a seat for everyone on that bus. Introduction to Gypsy Jazz Guitar with Michael O'Toole Gypsy Jazz Ensemble with Michael O'Toole Guitar Fingerboard Theory with Michael O'Toole


Michael O'Toole | Old Town School of Folk Music

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Michael O'Toole
Michael O'Toole first came to the Old Town School in January of 1973 to learn fiddle from Dave Prine and later, banjo from Fleming Brown. Over the next decade, Michael worked in local theater composing, arranging and directing music for over two dozen productions. Throughout the 90's, he operated a small recording studio next to the historic No Exit cafe in Rogers Park, where he hosted the Monday night open mic and created the second longest running performance showcase in town, In One Ear. Michael has also taught at Flatts and Sharpe Music in Rogers Park since 1987. From 1998 to 2005, he returned often to France to play festivals and house concerts. From1997 to 2010, Michael entertained the 0-4 crowd at Lincoln Park Zoo's StoryTime as Professor Boonie. Michael returned to Old Town in 2006 and has been teaching group guitar and private lessons in guitar, banjo, fiddle and mandolin. He is very happy to be back home at the OTSFM. At present Michael is teaching and busy launching a one hour children's podcast. He believes that music is at its best when it's a shared adventure and that there is a seat for everyone on that bus. Introduction to Gypsy Jazz Guitar with Michael O'Toole Gypsy Jazz Ensemble with Michael O'Toole Guitar Fingerboard Theory with Michael O'Toole Guitar 2 Repertoire with Michael O'Toole


Mandolin Program | Old Town School of Folk Music

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Folk Detail

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Michael O'Toole
Michael O'Toole Guitar, Clawhammer Banjo, Country & Irish Fiddle, Mandolin Michael O'Toole first came to the Old Town School in January of 1973 to learn fiddle from Dave Prine and later, banjo from Fleming Brown. Over the next decade, Michael worked in local theater composing, arranging and directing music for over two dozen productions. Throughout the 90's, he operated a small recording studio next to the historic No Exit cafe in Rogers Park, where he hosted the Monday night open mic and created the second longest running performance showcase in town, In One Ear. Michael has also taught at Flatts and Sharpe Music in Rogers Park since 1987. From 1998 to 2005, he returned often to France to play festivals and house concerts. From1997 to 2010, Michael entertained the 0-4 crowd at Lincoln Park Zoo's StoryTime as Professor Boonie. Michael returned to Old Town in 2006 and has been teaching group guitar and private lessons in guitar, banjo, fiddle and mandolin. At present Michael is teaching and busy launching a one hour children's podcast. He believes that music is at its best when it's a shared adventure and that there is a seat for everyone on that bus.


Folk Detail

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Michael O'Toole
Michael O'Toole Guitar, Clawhammer Banjo, Country & Irish Fiddle, Mandolin Michael O'Toole first came to the Old Town School in January of 1973 to learn fiddle from Dave Prine and later, banjo from Fleming Brown. Over the next decade, Michael worked in local theater composing, arranging and directing music for over two dozen productions. Throughout the 90's, he operated a small recording studio next to the historic No Exit cafe in Rogers Park, where he hosted the Monday night open mic and created the second longest running performance showcase in town, In One Ear. Michael has also taught at Flatts and Sharpe Music in Rogers Park since 1987. From 1998 to 2005, he returned often to France to play festivals and house concerts. From1997 to 2010, Michael entertained the 0-4 crowd at Lincoln Park Zoo's StoryTime as Professor Boonie. Michael returned to Old Town in 2006 and has been teaching group guitar and private lessons in guitar, banjo, fiddle and mandolin. He is very happy to be back home at the OTSFM. At present Michael is teaching and busy launching a one hour children's podcast. He believes that music is at its best when it's a shared adventure and that there is a seat for everyone on that bus.


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