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Make Music
Ridgefield, CT

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MUSICIANS:

Interested in performing during Make Music Ridgefield? Musicians of all abilities and genres are invited to showcase their talent and share their love of music!

The event is an all-ages, all-inclusive celebration of music. Register to be a performer by creating a profile, browse available venues and make an offer to perform in a Ridgefield location. The Ridgefield Arts Council will manage the event and confirm with all venues/performers what will work best for the overall event. You will receive a confirmation email with the details of your performance. There is no fee to participate.

VENUES:

Make Music Ridgefield wouldn’t be possible without venues to host musicians. Venues can be in front of stores and restaurants, front porches, parks, schools, and more.

Venues must be located outside and accessible to the general public without an entry fee. Register to be a venue, browse musician profiles and request a performer you’d like at your location. Musicians may reach out to you directly once you have created a profile. The Ridgefield Arts Council will manage the pairing of venues and performers and will confirm all performances with you once finalized.

How to Make Music on June 21st

Using our matchmaking software, venues and musicians can register, create profiles and find a match for their Make Music Ridgefield performance.

Create your profile and register here!

Both venues and musicians will be included in marketing and promotional materials.

Current List of Participating Artists/Venues

ARTISTS: ACT of CT “Pop Up” Youth Choir, aka Nora, Angry O’Hara’s, Annie Calder, Ashley Jo, Austin Bradford, Bang-A-Can Poetry Slam – Barb Jennes, Bourbon & Britches, Daniel Madeson, Dave Goldenberg and George Mallas, Elza Libhart, Georgie Brennan, Jaime Babbitt, Jessi Rose, Joe O’Connor, John Fumasoli and Jones Factor Lite, Jonah Weinstock, Kate Nail, Kathleen Theisen & Greg Zaic – Musicians from First Congregational Church, Lucas Neil, Mad Hatter Chorus, Maggie Seligman, Mark Cupkovic, Michael Shofi, Noreen Mola Quartet, Novadust, Octane, Paulina Romano, Piano Students of Galina Zisk, Ridgefield Suzuki School, Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra, Room de Dark, The Goobers, The Dylan Spielvogel Jazz Group, The Peterman Project, The Ramapo Blues Band, Tobey Lieberman, Tyler Silva, Waiting on Mom, Western CT Youth Orchestra, Willow Bradford, Wooster Faculty Band & 3 Coconuts and a Lime

VENUES: The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ballard Green, Blue Bus, Cellar XV Wine Market, D. Colabella Fine Art Gallery, First Congregational Church, Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center, Lounsbury House, RPAC Gallery, Ridgefield Library, Ridgefield Running Company, Ridgefield Supply Company, Steve’s Bagels and Cafe, The West Lane Inn, & Town Hall.

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