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    Thursday, July 18, 2024

    Mystic musicians perform "America the Beautiful" from front porches

    Jacqui Keller took the screen out of her front door to play from inside as she warms up before the Music Unites Mystic event on Sunday, March 29, 2020. June Ingram, a local music teacher, organized students and friends to play “America the Beautiful" from their front porches or driveway at noon on Sunday. “Playing alone is a very hard thing to do," said Keller, who helped organize the event, “music brings harmony we wanted to bring a togetherness even if we´re physically separated." (Sarah Gordon / The Day)

    Jacqui Keller took the screen out of her front door to play from inside as she warms up before the Music Unites Mystic event on Sunday, March 29, 2020. June Ingram, a local music teacher, organized students and friends to play “America the Beautiful" from their front porches or driveways at noon on Sunday. “Playing alone is a very hard thing to do," said Keller, who helped organize the event, “music brings harmony we wanted to bring a togetherness even if we´re physically separated." (Sarah Gordon / The Day)

    Avery Ruhe, 14, plays her violin from her porch as part of the Music Unites Mystic event on Sunday, March 29, 2020. June Ingram, a local music teacher, organized students and friends to play “America the Beautiful" from their front porches or driveway at noon on Sunday. “Playing alone is a very hard thing to do," said student Jacqui Keller who helped organize the event, “music brings harmony we wanted to bring a togetherness even if we´re physically separated." (Sarah Gordon / The Day)
    Avery Ruhe, 14, plays her violin from her porch in Groton as neighbor Sue Rimmel pauses to listen while walking her dog Beau as part of the Music Unites Mystic event on Sunday, March 29, 2020. June Ingram, a local music teacher, organized students and friends to play “America the Beautiful" from their front porches or driveway at noon on Sunday. “Playing alone is a very hard thing to do," said student Jacqui Keller who helped organize the event, “music brings harmony we wanted to bring a togetherness even if we´re physically separated." (Sarah Gordon / The Day)
    Avery Ruhe, 14, plays her violin from her porch as, from left, her mother Brenda, father Jerry, neighbor Sue Rimmel and her dog Beau sing along as part of the Music Unites Mystic event on Sunday, March 29, 2020 from their front porch in Groton. June Ingram, a local music teacher, organized students and friends to play “America the Beautiful" from their front porches or driveway at noon on Sunday. “Playing alone is a very hard thing to do," said student Jacqui Keller who helped organize the event, “music brings harmony we wanted to bring a togetherness even if we´re physically separated." (Sarah Gordon / The Day)

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