Make Music Hartford returns on June 21, 2022!
Make Music Day was founded on the notion that music has the power to bring people together. In times joy and hardship, both active and passive participation in music is healing and celebratory. Let’s take the opportunity to come together as a community and make music on June 21st.
We want to get out and play just as much as you do! Check back for updates on Make Music Hartford events through the spring of 2022.
2022 Spotlight Events:
Were you in marching band in school or do you play a brass or woodwind instrument? Get together with a group of friends and strangers to play the music of The March King, John Philip Sousa! Our friends at the University of Hartford’s Hartt School are partnering with us to conduct the group. You won’t want to miss being a part of the band or seeing the performance! Register and becoming a part of the band! REGISTER HERE
Time: 6pm – 7pm
Location: Mortensen Riverfront Plaza, 300 Columbus Boulevard, Hartford, CT
Conductor: Dan D’Addio
More Spotlight Events Coming Soon!
Musician and Venue Registration is OPEN
All Instruments • All Genres • All Levels • All Ages
Create your profile by submitting a bio, a photo, and any relevant website/social media links. Venues will be able to view your profile and request you to perform in their space. You can also browse available venues and when you find one you like, submit a request to them.
Storefronts • Outdoor/Indoor Business spaces • Restaurants • Breweries • Concert Halls •Schools • Churches • Parks • Sidewalks • Front Porches • Museums • …and beyond
Create a profile by submitting your location information and times you’d like to host music. Browse the musician profiles to request a performance.
Note: your venue will not show on the map if you do not have a confirmed performance. So, even if it is an open jam session on your front lawn, please enter that as a performance to help others find you.
Important Notice About Permits:
The Greater Hartford Arts Council will work with the City of Hartford to secure necessary permits for Make Music Hartford performers. Permits are required for any musician using city owned, public property such as sidewalks and city parks. Performances on private property do not require the same permits, but must abide by noise ordinances already in place. The Arts Council will assist with securing permits for performances confirmed in the registration system by June 14, 2022.
If a musical event happens in one of the Greater Hartford suburbs, it is up to the venue and musician to secure appropriate permits for that specific town or city.
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