Make Music Day registration continues through Monday
The 4th annual Make Music Southeastern CT returns with live performances throughout the region on June 21 as part of the world-wide Make Music Day celebration. Participation is free, and registration for musicians, bands and music instructors is open through Monday. Several indoor and outdoor venues are participating, and performances can be live, in accordance with state and local guidelines, or via livestream. Registered performances will be promoted through June by the Southeastern CT Cultural Coalition. To register and to access an information session go to www.makemusicday.org/southeasternct.
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