Make Music Cincinnati celebrates with dwell music throughout city

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Make Music Cincinnati is part of Make Music Day, the global music celebration that takes place in more than 1,000 international cities in the United States, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, China, France, Italy, Nigeria, and the United Kingdom. It’s a free, city-wide outdoor music day held annually on the summer solstice, June 21st. Make Music Cincinnati transforms the city into a stage and welcomes a whole spectrum of artists. Live music will be back in Cincinnati. Held annually on the summer solstice, the longest day of the year, Make Music Cincinnati is a free, outdoor music festival with performances created and enjoyed by everyone. Parks, cafes, restaurants, porches, and shops across Cincinnati will fill their venues with songs. “What better day could be to take to the streets and make music,” said Hayley Voorhees, co-founder of Make Music Cincinnati. “Make Music Cincinnati’s mission is to support music education and activities by making music accessible to all.” Make Music Cincinnati is a participatory experience, open to musicians of all ages, abilities, genres and beliefs. The following groups have committed to attend: Cincinnati Music Accelerator Cincinnati Boychoir Cincinnati Brass Band CCM Prepatory Melodic Connections Preston Charles III Queen City Freedom Band School of Rock Cincinnati Young Professionals Choral Collective UC Alumni Gig Band · BOOMBOX · Westside Community Band · Milford Youth Theater · Cincinnati Recreation Commission · Many Local Bands At least 40 venues, including several Cincinnati parks, have agreed to host Make Music Cincinnati Experiences. Venues include the following locations: Ault Park Eden Park Fountain Square Hyde Park Square Riverfront Parks Washington Park Wyoming Village Green and Gazebo For more event details, click here.

Make Music Cincinnati is part of Make Music Day, the global music celebration that takes place in more than 1,000 international cities in the United States, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, China, France, Italy, Nigeria, and the United Kingdom. It’s a free, city-wide outdoor music day held annually on the summer solstice, June 21st. Make Music Cincinnati transforms the city into a stage and welcomes a whole spectrum of artists.

Live music will reverberate in Cincinnati. Held annually on the summer solstice, the longest day of the year, Make Music Cincinnati is a free, outdoor music festival with performances created and enjoyed by everyone. Parks, cafes, restaurants, porches, and shops across Cincinnati will fill their locations with songs.

“What better day to take to the streets and make music,” said Hayley Voorhees, co-founder of Make Music Cincinnati. “Make Music Cincinnati’s mission is to support music education and activities by making music accessible to all.”

Make Music Cincinnati is a participatory experience, open to music professionals of all ages, abilities, genres and beliefs.

The following groups have committed to participate:

· Cincinnati music accelerator

· Cincinnati Boys Choir

· Cincinnati marching band

· CCM preparation

· Melodic connections

· Preston Charles III

Queen City Freedom Band

· Cincinnati Rock School

· Choir collective for young professionals

· UC Alumni Gig Band

· BOOMBOX

· Westside Community Band

· Milford Youth Theater

· Cincinnati Recovery Commission

· Lots of local bands

At least 40 venues, including several Cincinnati parks, have agreed to host Make Music Cincinnati Experiences. The venues include the following locations:

· Adult park

Eden Park

· Fountain Square

· Hyde Park Square

· Riverside parks

Washington Park

· Wyoming Village Green and Pavilion

For more event details Click here.