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Green Bay

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Make Music Day | June 21

(keep scrolling down to see who’s scheduled to play!)

Join the music making merriment:  Register your “event,” and your performance NOW! It’s easy!

Follow this link to the matchmaking website. 

** PLEASE MAKE SURE TO FOLLOW ALL GUIDELINES SET FORTH BY THE STATE REGARDING COVID-19.

Scheduled for Green Bay

7000apart @ Music on the Metro | Stops include the Veteran’s Manor from 12:45 – 1:00 pm, EdenBrook Senior Care from 1:06 – 1:26 pm and Freedom House from 1:27 to 1:47 pm. Meet the bus at one of these locations to enjoy some free music! (There is no bus service on Sunday) (Event will be canceled if there is rain)

CANCELLED: 11:00 – 11:45 am | Willow Tree @ Hazelwood | 1008 S. Monroe
12:15 – 1:00 pm | Strategic @ The Art Garage | 1400 Cedar Street
1:00 – 4:00 pm | Gerry Sloan and Mike Garrity @ Rum Runners | 715 S. Broadway
1:00 – 4:00 pm | THE Jeff Miller Band @ Riverside Place Condos back patio (off of Washington St)
2:00 – 3:00 pm | Civic Symphony of Green Bay @ The Art Garage | 1400 Cedar Street
2:00  – 4:30 pm | Wolfgang Vetter @ Little Edelweiss Quintet  | Live Streamed
2:00  – 4:30 pm | Speako Chords @ St. Brendan’s Inn | 234 S. Washington St.
3:00 – 4:30 pm | 7000apart @ The Art Garage | 1400 Cedar Street and Live Streamed
3:00 – 5:00 pm | Afinado  @ The Quigley’s Driveway  | 1849 Lost Dauphin Road and Live Streamed
CANCELLED 4:00 – 8:00 pm | Eminence @ Sardine Can (CLOSED FOR THE WEEKEND)
5:00 – 7:00 pm | Speako Chords @ St. Brendan’s Inn | 234 S. Washington St.
5:00 – 6:00 pm | Wolfgang Vetter @ The Art Garage  | 1400 Cedar Street and Live Streamed
6:15 – 7:45 pm | Memphis Star @ The Art Garage | 1400 Cedar Street and Live Streamed
8:00 – 9:30 pm | THE Jeff Miller Band @ The Art Garage  | 1400 Cedar Street and Live Streamed

*Note: all performances will be live-streamed on either Musician’s own Facebook pages, the Mosaic Arts FB page or the Art Garage FB page.

Nationally Scheduled Activities

Live From Home Challenge: Record a musical performance at home on June 21, and tag three friends to challenge them to respond with their own performances.

Online Music Lessons: Teachers around the world will be offering free, online lessons for a variety of instruments on June 21 (see above 25 x 12 Online Music Lessons).

Young Composers Contest: Composers between the ages of 13-21 are invited to submit short, original compositions for choir by June 1st. A panel of renowned composers will give their feedback on all entries, and will select one winning piece to release on June 21 to the world in a professional performance. Young Composers Contest

Global Livestream: a day-long video stream on June 21 will show the rich diversity of live Make Music Day events around the world.

My Song is Your Song:local artists learn each other’s original songs and share videos of them on June 21st. It’s a sweet way to connect the music community in this time of social distance, and people will be doing it around the world. Check it out! Would you be interested in participating? www.makemusicday.org/songswap. Registration deadline is May 21.

Here are a few ideas to create your own instruments at home to celebrate Make Music Day!

Bash the Trash – check out these videos and learn how to make fun instruments out of “trash!” Click here for ideas.

Ring in Make Music Day – Make your own homemade wind chimes. Plan to play your chimes for 5 minutes starting at noon on June 21. Ask others in the neighborhood (remember to social distance!) to do the same then listen to where the sounds are coming from. Here are some ideas on how to build your own chimes.

Make a Tom Tom Drum!

 

Follow this link to the matchmaking website.