Music For All – June 21st
Over 60 performances and musical activities will take place across the region on
Thursday, June 21, 2018 as part of Make Music Southeastern CT. Make Music Day is
a one-day event where free, live musical performances, opportunities to make music,
and other musical events take place in public parks, community organizations,
sidewalks, performance spaces, and businesses on the longest day of the year.
This is the first time that Southeastern CT and the entire state of CT will participate in the
international Make Music Day joining 800 cities and 120 countries.
Musical festivities in Sprague, Groton, Mystic, New London, North Franklin, Norwich,
North Stonington, Norwich, Old Lyme, and Waterford are part of the first Make Music
Connecticut, and the annual global celebration of music-making inspired by France’s
Fête de la Musique.
Performances in New London, organized by New London Music Festivals, Inc. and Neff Production with support from the City of New London, make up more than half of the region’s events.
Click HERE to download the flyer listing some of the performances in the region.
For an updated listing of performances, by performer or by venue/location,
The Make Music app is now available for Apple and Android devices. Look for SE CT to find events and performers in the region.
Share your experience using #MakeMusicDay #MakeMusicDayCT #MakeMusicDaySECT
Make Music Southeastern CT is being administered in partnership with the Connecticut Office of the Arts and the following organizations: Greater Hartford Arts Council, Southeastern Connecticut Cultural Coalition, The Arts Council of Greater New Haven, Windham Arts, Stamford Downtown, Middletown Commission on the Arts, Northwest Connecticut Arts Council, Fairfield Theatre Company, Waterbury Symphony Orchestra, the City of Waterbury and City Lights Gallery in Bridgeport.
Held annually on June 21, Make Music Day is part of the international Fête de la
Musique, taking place in 800 cities across 120 countries. The daylong, musical freefor-all
celebrates music in all its forms, encouraging people to band together and play
in free public concerts. This year, 70+ U.S. cities are organizing Make Music
celebrations, encompassing thousands of music making opportunities nationwide.
Make Music Day is presented by the NAMM Foundation and coordinated by the
nonprofit Make Music Alliance. For more information, please visit
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