Make Music Santa Fe Returns on June 21st!
Make Music Santa Fe is returning on June 21st, joining the world in celebrating Make Music Day. Come join us by dancing, jamming, drumming, or just appreciating live music.
How Can You Watch and Participate?
Check out the full listings of performances, interactive lessons, and musical activities. Any time someone signs up as a venue, or a books a show, it will be automatically added to the calendar.
The 100 Harmonicas Experience
100 Free Harmonicas while supplies last!
Swing by The South Side Public Library to pick up your FREE Hohner harmonica, on June 21st, and join in a free lesson!
Check out the virtual version of last year’s lesson!
Learn Ukulele for FREE
and Receive a FREE Ukulele Song Book!
Swing by The South Side Public Library to pick up your FREE lesson and ukulele book, courtesy of Queen Bee Music Association and Alfred Publishing, and learn to play in just one day!
The Southside Public Library is also celebrating MAKE MUSIC SANTA FE with free in-person mini ukulele lessons with instructor Queen Bee Music!
On June 21st, Summer Solstice, free lessons will be available at The South Side Public Library. Don’t have your own ukulele? Some will be available to borrow, courtesy of Queen Bee Music Association. You’ll learn about the history of ukulele, the fundamentals of playing the ukulele, and by the end you’ll be able to play a simple song on your own!
Check out a lesson from last year!
Continuous Drum Circle and Percussion Jam
1:00 to 5:00 On The Candyman Porch
851 St. Michael’s Drive in Santa Fe
● No Experience or Instruments Necessary
● Instruments Provided
● Drop In / Drop Out at Your Convenience
● All Ages Welcome
● All Skill Levels Welcome
● Professionally Facilitated
FREE Drum Sticks from PROMARK for participants while supplies last!
An outside, socially distanced event in accordance with New Mexico Department of Health
Performances associated with Make Music Santa Fe must be free to attend and participate.
Venues and specifics on Make Music Santa Fe 2021 events will also be contingent upon COVID-19 restrictions.