Make Music New York Kicks Off

Monday, June 21, 2010

The annual Make Music New York Festival takes over hundreds of public spaces in the city today, the longest day of the year.

In the annual music-making event on the first day of summer, over a thousand free, impromptu musical concerts will be performed, ranging from rock, to classical, to jazz, and hip-hop. Highlights of Make Music New York include six interactive musical experiences in the meat-packing district, a percussion performance in Central Park where the audience sits in rowboats, and, of course, those 60 pianos scattered around the city's streets.


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