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Make Music

Nate Reeve feat. Kate Rushin with some dazzling vocal work. Two young girls play their violins. Young man playing his trumpet. These two folks ae leading a sing along.


5 tips for sharing your Make Music Hartford performance with the world!

  1. Post the event to your website. Add Make Music Hartford to:
    • Your event calendar
    • Website banner
    • Facebook cover photo
    • Anywhere else you can promote your participation
  2. Send eblasts. Send event information to everyone on your mailing list
    • Let them know that you’re participating in Make Music Hartford
    • You can use this line: “Make Music Hartford is a one day, free celebration of music taking place in Hartford and around the world on June 21st. Learn more at 
  3. Set up a Facebook event. Invite everyone you know!
    • Create a title that describes your event. Example: “The John Doe Trio at Best Restaurant for Make Music Hartford”
    • Add the Greater Hartford Arts Council as an event co-host so we can help promote it
    • Add this line to your event description: “This event is part of Make Music Hartford, which is organized by the Greater Hartford Arts Council. Find more free music events at
    • Add the official Make Music Hartford website to your event description:
  4. Share posts on social media using hashtags. Social media is a great way to get the word out!
    • Share how you’re preparing for Make Music Hartford. We’d love to share rehearsal videos from musicians or restaurants planning their cocktails for the Cocktail Trail!
    • Tag the Arts Council so it will be easier for us to share your post: (Instagram: @letsgoarts) (Twitter: @letsgoarts_org).
    • Use the hashtags #makemusichartford and #makemusicday
  5. Include the Make Music Hartford logo
    • Logos with transparent and white backgrounds can be downloaded below:

Make Music Hartford - A program of the Greater Hartford Arts Council logo       Make Music Hartford Logo     Greater Hartford Arts Council logo