Picnic & Percussion: Make Music Day Seattle

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The Live Music Project says
Make Music is a free celebration of music around the world on June 21st. Launched in 1982 in France as the Fête de la Musique, it is now held on the same day in more than 700 cities in 120 countries.

To celebrate Make Music Day, join us for a picnic at Jack Block Park in West Seattle, followed by the Seattle premiere of composer Dean Rosenthal's "Stones/Water/Time/Breath" – which we will all perform together at the water's edge.

Bring your family and friends – the whole community is invited! Free and open to the public.


6:30-7:30 PM: Picnic
7:30-8:00 PM: Performance(s)

The park is AWESOME and it is tucked between an old port and the railroad tracks, so if it seems like an odd location at first, you're in the right place.

There IS parking at the site – we'll probably have our picnic on the green grassy hill next to the parking lot, then walk together to the beach area around 7:30.

Feel free to explore the area when you get there – it's really neat!

What to bring: picnic blanket, food, sweatshirt (it might be a little breezy), non-alcoholic beverages (public park rules...), music-making madness! Bring friends and children and parents, too! See you there!

Learn more about "Stones/Water/Time/Breath" at http://www.stonespiece.com/

Learn more about Make Music Day Seattle at http://makemusicday.org/seattle/

Learn more about the Live Music Project at http://livemusicproject.org
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By: The Live Music Project

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