Our mission is ambitious, inclusive, adventurous and fun, and we accomplish it by producing two annual citywide celebrations: our flagship festival, Make Music New York, held each summer solstice on June 21st—the longest day of the year—and Make Music Winter, a complimentary series of participatory musical parades held each winter solstice on December 21st—the longest night of the year. All of the performances take place annually on June 21st, the first day of summer and longest day of the year. From ten in the morning to ten at night, every kind of musician — young and old, amateur and professional, of every musical persuasion — pours onto streets, sidewalks, parks and plazas to share their music with friends, neighbors, and strangers.
Recycling the land, revealing the future.
Over 1,000 free and participatory concerts each year.
On Tuesday, June 21, from 10 in the morning until 9 at night, musicians of all ages and wildly varying walks of life will perform in plus public spaces throughout the five boroughs, including plazas, sidewalks, gardens, closed-off streets, and even a pier in the Hudson River. From established international artists to middle school choruses, music is played by anyone who wants to take part -- and enjoyed by everyone who wants to listen. From Beethoven symphonies to indie rock extravaganzas, from Punk Island on Gov's Island this year to accordion quartets, from hip-hop cyphers to brass band marathons, there is something for every listener. But don't just listen -- join the celebration and make music yourself!
Celebrating NYC Music Makers and open to all.
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