Logan Chan | Rachmaninoff – Etudes Tableaux Op.33 No.3 in C minor. 14 year old Logan Chan began playing piano at age five, and in 2018 he was accepted into the Sydney Conservatorium of Music – Rising Stars Program. Logan has participated in many Australian-national, international competitions and performance.

Chloe Yang| Technacal Difficulties  by Paul GILBERT COVER Chloe Yang. Chloe is 10yearsold. She has learned guitar from around 2 years old, she won last year online public school  guitar festival championship. she very much enjoys playing guitar

McKenzi Scott | from TAFE NSW Wollongong Music, live from the Mortuary Station, Sydney performing her original composition ‘New Minuet’ based on JS Bach for Make Music Day 2022.

Video shot by TAFE NSW St Leonards Film TV and Sound Certificate IV in Screen and Media Students at Mortuary Station, Sydney

The Anna Weaving Collective | Our jazzy rendition of this modern classic tune filmed at sunrise on Freshwater Beach by Matt Leiper from the BBC.

Felix Suo playing Bumblebee for Make Music Day

Padma Ciel | A ballad for all the sheep, cows, goats and other animals who are sent on ships to die brutal deaths in countries overseas. That’s if they don’t die onboard the vessel. Feeling helpless to stop this crime against other species we are left to wish we could make them all escape, make them disappear to find safety and happiness. All life is precious.

Concertinas Go Bush in Harmony | A trio of concertinas play two sets of tunes from the Australian bush dance repertoire: two waltzes (When Clouds Have Vanished & For Love of Lorrie)  followed by two Schottishes (Ollie Watt’s & Joe Yates). This video was inspired by a recent challenge from Concertina Convergence – a group of concertina players from around Australia.

Leela Mesel | “In the middle of a wet winter in Melbourne Australia, I had the fortune of being paired for my first ever ‘song swap’ as part of #mysongyoursong with this awesome track called Summer Day, from Wisconsin ‘Weird Rock Anthems’ 3 piece rock band Sunspot.”

Aliya | TAFE NSW, Coffs Harbour music student Aliya  –  ‘I’ll Say Bye” – Song & Interview for MMD 2022

Mia Skellerup with Mark Giurissevich | from TAFE NSW EORA Music, live from the Mortuary Station, Sydney performing her original composition ‘Fingertips’ for Make Music Day 2022.

Video shot by TAFE NSW St Leonards Film TV and Sound Certificate IV in Screen and Media Students at Mortuary Station, Sydney

Benny Cook | from TAFE NSW Nirimba Music, live from the Mortuary Station, Sydney performing his original composition ‘Different Love’ for Make Music Day 2022.

Video shot by TAFE NSW St Leonards Film TV and Sound Certificate IV in Screen and Media Students at Mortuary Station, Sydney

Tom Jones | from TAFE NSW Wollongong Music, live from the Mortuary Station, Sydney performing his original composition ‘Dark Thoughts’ for Make Music Day 2022.

Video shot by TAFE NSW St Leonards Film TV and Sound Certificate IV in Screen and Media Students at Mortuary Station, Sydney

The Late Arrivals | from TAFE NSW Bradfield College Music, live from the Mortuary Station, Sydney performing a cover of “What’s Your Problem” by Tate McRae for Make Music Day 2022. The Late Arrivals are Yukon Aranovitch, Lexie Brooke, Adrian Dubuisson and Hannah O’Donoghue.

Video shot by TAFE NSW St Leonards Film TV and Sound Certificate IV in Screen and Media Students at Mortuary Station, Sydney

Robin Lowe| Did You Live A Good Life (DYLAGL) is a song that challenges people to examine their lives and the sort of person they want to be remembered as. It was written through the eyes of a Paramedic that deals with people at the end of their life.

Jade Steg | from TAFE NSW Ultimo Music, live from the Mortuary Station, Sydney performing her original composition ‘Say Goodbye’ for Make Music Day 2022.

Video shot by TAFE NSW St Leonards Film TV and Sound Certificate IV in Screen and Media Students at Mortuary Station, Sydney

Lost Dogs of Ultimo | Distant Memory is a Collaboration track from Lost Dogs of Ultimo and Ric Newell (Emotional Park Vandals) especially recorded at Bounce Studios Melbourne  for Make Music Day Australia.

Both artists have worked together in the early 90s recording and touring in a number of bands but have recently been able to get together again after a long break on individual projects

Carlos Camacho | Ultimo Tren A Londres. Based on Last Train to London, this is an electronic track with an uplifting vibe. It has a cosmopolitan and Australian multicultural feel to the music, with a buoyant and happy beat. it is an original composition.

Total Recall | Video Killed the Radio Star

Total Recall is a Sydney based covers band playing exclusively 80s music – the best decade of all! We pride ourself on our high production values and that when we play live it’s 100% live – with no backing tracks. Our aim is to bring back the childhood memories fo all Gen X’s and entertain the Y’s and Z’s at the same time. This is our cover of the famous Buggles tune which we recorded and filmed insolation during one of the many lockdowns. So much fun and such good music. Enjoy.

Henk Brent | Slow Blues Tonight – I Could not participate in World Music Day live this year, so slow blues are in order.

Steve Wilkins | A solo piano interpretation of the classic Buggles tune Video Killed the Radio Star – recorded especially for Make Music Day Australia. Can you spot the tiny mistake?

OUT | Sounds of Asylum SOS

Dedicated to the many asylum seekers around the World. The music is confrontational and is a duo recorded in a studio in Camperdown Sydney

Ian Curry | I’m Alright

Wrote this song recently while thinking about the last couple of years of grief and loss.

Jane Tassie | In My Room

This is my cover of the Brian Wilson song.  Recorded in my “music cubbyhouse” on our property in the bushland an hour south of Adelaide South Australia.

McKarg Creek | Wagon Wheel

A cover version of a Darius Rucker song, Wagon Wheel by McHarg Creek (jane Tassie and Michael McGregor.  Michael is playing guitar, fiddle, harp and mandolin !

Rosie Williams |  Redemption

This is a dramatic orchestral piece intended to convey the deep emotions of coming to terms with our own lives. There is also a piano solo version which is lovely.

Luke Edwards | Low Light

A reflection on how the shadows in our life lie and lurk within; how to approach this part of ourselves and fall and rise.

Organic Joe | Couch Cremation

‘Couch Cremation’ is the first single off Organic Joe’s third studio album ‘Imperfect, Accidental, Crazy’. Recorded and filmed with Warrior Records, Bruthen, Victoria, Australia,  ©️ 2021.

Get comfy on your couch and enjoy.

This is The ABC Jugband making music! A cover of the Simon and Garfunkel classic, Hazy Shade of Winter, part of The ABC Jugband’s series of seasonally themed songs. This one, of course, for the dead of winter.

Shoal Vibes Music | A Few Bars

An original song by Shoal Vibes Music from The Shoalhaven, NSW, Australia. It’s a toe tapping song that answers the question, “Can you hum a few bars?”.

We made a special recording by the fireplace for Make Music Day Australia 2022. We hope that you like it.

Claire Pearson-Bourne | IDK You Yet by Alexander 23

IDK You Yet by Alexander 23 covered by Claire Pearson-Bourne. Claire is 21 years old and currently a student at Western Sydney University studying for a Bachelor of Music. Claire is an aspiring musician.

Brent Hodgkins| Need Hope

A song of hope and inspiration for the future of humanity and our planet that is currently on a knifes edge with issues like over population, climate change, industrial pollution.

This song and video were originally written and produced for the Global Climate Strike on 20.09.2019. A song of hope and inspiration for the future of humanity and our planet that is currently on a knifes edge with issues like over population, climate change and industrial pollution.

Ian Curry | Last Stop: This Town (Eels Cover)

My version of a great song from a band I have loved for many years…Eels

The Young Ones by The Young Ones

We’re a group from Sydney, Australia that call ourselves “The Young Ones”. We do guitar/ukulele jamming on Zoom weekly and in person once or twice monthly. We recorded this piece, “The Young Ones” originally by Cliff Richard on Monday 11 April 2022 at a member’s residence in the suburb of Castlecrag in Sydney.