Other Cities 2021 Listings

Alabama

Huntsville: Tennessee Valley Jazz Society-Huntsville, will present its annual festival, Jazz-N-June on the Mountain Festival. We will incorporate, Make Music Day as part of this annual festival. Visit their website for more info.

California

Oceanside: Join TERIinc for a day of music making in recognition of Make Music Day! Visit their website for more info.

Venice: Somewhere Music Series produces eclectic live music events at alternative venues. Visit their website for more info.

Connecticut

Coventry: Students from the Song-a-Day Music Center in Coventry will hold their music lesson on June 21 open to the public to observe. Rain or Shine. Visit their website for more info.

Manchester: Join Town Troubadour Bill Ludwig to support local music-makers so that the community may always be lifted by song via Facebook live. Visit their website for more info.

Mystic: Gray Hallberg is the founder & lead guitarist of Wooly Mammoth. In addition to honing his guitar chops by studying with local legend Chris Leigh, Gray studied jazz performance at UVM and theory and composition at the University of Colorado. He will perform in recognition of Make Music Day. Visit their website for more info.

Oxford:  The city will host a full day of events starting with kids program making instruments, an open mic jam, fiddle music, food trucks, a performance from the Mike Branson Band, and a bring your own instrument jam. Visit their website for more info.

Florida

Saint Augustine: Join the Saint Augustine Strummers for a free concert and mini-workshop to people who wish to try playing a ukulele. Visit their website for more info.

Kansas

Wichita: Senseney Music will host a Guitar Circle/Jam, a Bucket Drumming Session, and a Drum Circle during Make Music Day. Visit their website for more info.

Minnesota

Moorhead: Varying Degrees Percussion Trio will host a 12pm-1pm “This Moment In Time” performance, followed by “Flowerpot Music” at 6:30pm and the VDT trio at 7:30pm. Visit their website for more info.

New York

Online: Started in mid-2020, BestOpenMicUSA consists of various performers who perform online via Facebook Live. Make Music Day participation encouraged! Visit their website for more info.

Massachusetts

Waltham: The Music Salon Live is a virtual house concert series. 12 singer-songwriters will livestream to celebrate Make Music Day. Visit their website for more info.

Minnesota

Moorhead: Come enjoy one of the most eclectic evenings of music you’ll ever experience! The Varying Degrees Trio: three percussionists, multiple musical influences, and dozens of instruments from around the world combine to create an unforgettable concert event. From cutting-edge 21st century music to traditional Trinidadian calypso and American jazz, anything is “fair game.” Sight, sound, power, and delicacy all combine to create an evening guaranteed to be enjoyed by the entire family! Visit their website for more info.

New Jersey

Matawan: Join Make Music Matawan for a daylong Make Music Day celebration live at the Burrows! Visit their website for more info.

Verona: Join Max Morden and his friends for a free concert during Mondays at Morden Music Manor. Visit their website for more info.

Ohio

Cleveland: Pianist and songwriter Christopher Bell will host an online performance. Visit their website for more info.

Mentor: Pfabe’s Music Ukulele Circle & Luau hosts a jam open to all ukulele players, especially beginners. Watch the sunset as they strum together on the beach! Visit their website for more info.

Pennsylvania

Harrisburg: Featuring performances of students from the April Pellegrini Music Studio. Visit their website for more info.

Upper Perkiomen Valley: Founded in 2013, their Make Music event will be spread cross 13 venues in several towns in the Upper Perkiomen Valley. Visit their website for more info.

Plumsteadville: Join Malmark with classes to be held in learning to make music through ringing chimes and handbells. Visit their website for more info.

Rhode Island

Providence: The ICR drummers are hosting a multicultural drum circle. Visit their website for more info.

Texas

San Antonio: The AM Project empowers youth to explore creativity through digital art & music, while instilling values & skills to use in school and throughout life during Make Music Day. Visit their website for more info.

Washington

Tacoma: Featuring a community performance of Elliot Cole’s work, “Flowerpot Music.” Visit their website for more info.

Kalaloch: Featuring a husband/wife duo making indie pop since 2005. Visit their website for more info.

Washington, DC

Flamenco 4 Kids!™ is an educational and performance based program bringing the authentic sights, sounds and movements of Andalucía to the greater Washington, DC area. Visit their website for more info.

Wisconsin

Spring Green: Join Backyard Ukes for a free performance and jam starting at noon at The Shed! Visit their website for more info.

Canada

Ontario: Featuring a performance by singer, songwriter, and producer Chris Birkett. Visit their website for more info.

Greece

Athens: Featuring choir “KALLITEXNIMATA” under the direction of Maestro Maria Michalopoulou. Soloists: Theodoros Birakos, Rea Voudouri, Theodoros Paltoglou. Piano: Marianna Spirakou. Reservations are required. Visit their website for more info.