NYC’s Largest One-Day Celebration of Music is Wednesday, June 21st
Make Music New York (MMNY) is a truly unique celebration: a music holiday on which musicians of all ages, backgrounds and skill levels are empowered to perform in public spaces throughout all five boroughs of NYC, energizing the entire city in the process. Over its ten-year history, Make Music New York has grown to become NYC’s largest one-day collection of free, outdoor concerts.
MMNY is calling for both musicians to perform and venues to host a performance for this year’s event. Register by May 1st.
Create a performer profile to search and connect with hundreds of participating venues including shops, parks, plazas, libraries, museums and more.
Post your bio, social media information and music samples and venues will discover you and book you for this year’s event.
The event will launch Butler’s debut memoir, The Skin Above My Knee, with a signing and select musical performances. Joining her for an in conversation interview will be former WNYC host Tim Page, a Mannes alum and a Pulitzer prize-winning journalist.
The event is first-come first-served and will take place at the Glassbox Theater at Arnhold Hall (13th Street and Sixth Avenue) on Monday, March 6th at 6 PM.
The launch will include performances by English horn soloist and member of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Continue reading →