The Sawtell Ukulele Group will be coming along to celebrate Make Music Day with the Coffs Harbour Harry Bailey Memorial Library in the Rigby House Forecourt. Members of the public are invited to get hands on and join in for some ukulele fun. The Library will also be launching our new collection of Ukuleles, available to be borrowed by library members.
In only three short years, the Sawtell Ukulele Group has grown to include 3 groups (Beginners, Intermediate & Advanced) and over 60 members. Known for its diverse repertoire, from the Beatles to the Sunnyboys; Nancy Sinatra to Lady Gaga; Lou Reed to Kiss – this is definitely not your average ukulele group. SUG perform regularly at aged care facilities, community events and festivals; have a monthly Jam at 63 First Ave in Sawtell where new members are always welcome!
For more information visit: https://makemusicaustralia.org.au/event/coffs-harbour-library-celebrates-make-music-day/
Live from the iconic Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra will celebrate international Make Music Day with a global broadcast of the Music of the Oud concert on Friday, 21 June – 7pm AEST.
The broadcast of this performance forms part of the inaugural Make Music Day Global Streaming Video Project. This year, the Make Music Alliance is organizing a day-long video stream on June 21 showing the rich diversity of live Make Music Day events around the world. Dozens of cultural institutions are setting up public projections, showing musical events live from Argentina, Australia, India, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Nigeria, the United Kingdom and the United States, beginning with our very own Sydney Symphony Orchestra live from the Sydney Opera House.
The livestream will be available online and free of charge via watch.sydneysymphony.com on Friday, 21 June – 7pm AEST. The broadcast will be live from the Sydney Opera House, and accessible for replay following the conclusion of the concert.
The concert will also be broadcast at our official broadcast locations. Check the Sydney Symphony Orchestra event page for more updates on locations, or register your own location if you wish to host a viewing party!
Tickets are also available to attend the concert in person. Tickets available here.
City of Brisbane supports Make Music Day Australia with events being held at Queen Street, Queen Street Mall and Post Office Square! Music featuring quirky, originality and fun. On June 21 enjoy Kabuki Kombi, Shannon Sol Carroll, Sweet Boheme, Two Tears in a Bucket and Kingfisha.
Waverley Council will be celebrating Make Music Day by hosting community music groups in the Bondi Pavilion from 1.30pm on Thursday the 21st of June.
The City of Canada Bay is bringing Make Music Day to the streets of Rhodes by creating performance spaces for musicians on June 21.
The City of Monash has created performance space in Oakleigh and is opening its Glen Waverly Library
Liverpool City Council is celebrating Make Music Day at Macquarie Mall, inviting the community to jam with live local musicians with the open mic opportunities.
Melbourne City Council opening its Docklands library and Kathleen Syme Library and Community Centre
From Beenleigh to Gippsland towns are joining the list supported by their local council in one way or another.