Make Music Ventura County is a live, free musical celebration on June 21, the longest day of the year, with concerts on streets, sidewalks, and parks across the city.
What is Make Music Ventura County?
Make Music Ventura County is a part of the International Make Music Day movement which brings free, community-wide, outdoor musical celebrations to hundreds of cities worldwide! Every year, the celebration is held on June 21, the summer solstice, in more than 1,000 communities around the world.
Make Music Ventura County will feature musicians of all abilities and music from any genre. Sidewalks, parks, front porches, public and social media spaces throughout the city will become stages for local musicians to perform and for all to enjoy.
Who Participates Everyone is invited to participate in this international day of music by performing, providing an outdoor space, appreciating, or volunteering. It’s all for the love of music!
Make Music Ventura County is brought to you by the NAMM Foundation and Cyndi Hall’s Music Studio as part of our mission to inspire all people to participate and invest in the arts within their community.
Make Music Ventura County Is Live!
Join us as we kick off our first official Make Music Day Celebration in style ~
How Can You Participate?
June 2021 Events
Below you will find a variety of events that have been coordinated for Make Music Ventura County by Cyndi Hall’s Music Studio. Stay tuned for information about how you can participate in any of these organized events, or create your own event.
This Make Music Day, musicians from the Ventura County and around the country are organizing to share live music with our most isolated neighbors. Selected nursing homes, and other facilities for vulnerable populations who are unable to leave their homes, are working with local Make Music chapters (like us!) to invite musicians to serenade residents from outside their windows, while practicing social distancing. Find out who is participating and where (coming soon).
What Music Means To Me Contest
Win an Instrument for your school and get a prize! Each Participant will write a short paragraph answering the question, “What Music Means To Me.” All submissions must be by email to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before June 21, 2021. Winners will be selected based on three age groups (10yrs and below; 11 and 14; 15-18yrs)
25×12 Live Online Lessons
Music teachers around the world will offer 12 hours of free, online group lessons for 25 different instruments. Join a number of Ventura County music teachers as they lead internationally streamed lessons in various instruments. Find the listing of Ventura County teachers and more (Coming soon).
more will be added soon!
Make Music Day – Winter Solstice Event Highlights
December 21, winter Solstice
Window Serenades and Car-o-ling in your Neighborhood!
Due to COVID-19 restrictions Cyndi Hall’s Music Studio & Hollywood Impact Studios Ministries combined our winter Make Music Day celebrations into one event!
Read Story Below…
A wonderful celebration story that will warm your hearts for the Holidays!
For general questions or to participate please email:
Administrative Team Make Music Ventura County
Cyndi Hall – Ventura County Organizer/Executive Director/Administrative Director 661.212.8531
Sharon Cooper – Executive Director/Administrative Director
Stephen Burch – Education Consultant
Geri Freeland – Community Outreach
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Moorpark Symphony Orchestra Joins MMD, June 2020
Window Serenade Quartet
Sharon Cooper Violin I, Cyndi Hall Violin II, Dr. Stephen Burch Viola, Jeff Smith Bass Clarinet and Dr. Geri Freeland Bassoon alt.
Cyndi Hall’s Music Studio Celebrates Make Music Day June 2020 with a Contest
“What Music Means To Me”