Make Music NWCT to Return

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NORTHWEST CT – The Northwest Connecticut Arts Council Arts Council is host- ing its 6th annual Make Music NWCT on Wednesday, June 21.
Make Music Day is an in- ternational celebration of live music, taking place on the sum- mer solstice of each year. Peo- ple of all ages and skill levels are encouraged to create music at participating venues across the region. All performances are free and open to the public. The NWCT Arts Council is proud to host this event in the region again this year.
Make Music NWCT regis- tration is now open for venues and musicians across Northwest CT, at nw-ct.makemusicday.org. Venues are strongly encouraged to register as soon as possible, and start promoting their promo- tion in this event. Musicians can register and begin requesting to schedule at participating venues.
Rana Justice has been involved in coordinating concerts for Make
Music Day in NWCT for the past four years. She says, “I look for- ward to Make Music Day every year. More venues have been par- ticipating and the general vibe has been an essential life force for our arts community.”
Make Music NWCT is spon- sored in part by the CT Office of the Arts and Make Music Al- liance.
Learn More about the NWCT Arts Council at artsnwct.org.
The mission of the Northwest Connecticut Arts Council is to engage the public in building a strong and connected arts and culture community that is inte- gral to the economic develop- ment and the collective well-be- ing of the region. The Arts Coun- cil board and staff believe that access to arts and culture is a uni- versal human right, meeting both a social and psychological need. The Council supports a vibrant, vital, and necessary component of the local community through promotion and advocacy

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