Attn. Musicians: The Hills Are Alive…

February 25, 2008 at 12:25 pm Leave a comment


The 2nd annual Make Music New York (MMNY), which last year brought music to Forest Hills on Continental Ave., will be held on June 21:

For one day a year—the first day of summer—public spaces in all five boroughs become informal musical stages for all New Yorkers, amateurs and professionals, to perform for friends, neighbors, and passers-by, turning the city into a festival of live music making.

[About MMNY’s Site]

If you’re a musician looking for a place to play—or if you have a garden, block party, sidewalk, or other outdoor space on June 21st and want musicians—you’ll be able to sign up, get in touch with possible matches, and find what you’re looking for. (Think of it as an internet dating site to create concerts.)

If you have your concert plans figured out already, with a musician and location already matched up, that’s great, too! Sign up on the same site to take part in MMNY 2008—the website will explain how.

For those interested in performing or otherwise being part of this event, check out the Web site.


Entry filed under: community, Forest Hills, music, Queens, the arts, timely topic.

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