Celebrate Make Music Day With Free Concerts at the Library
June 07, 2019 | By Baltimore County Public Library
Make Music Day is an international celebration of free music on Friday, June 21. Starting in France in 1982, Make Music Day has expanded to over 1,000 cities across the globe and features free musical performances.
To honor Make Music Day, the library has once again arranged concerts at nearly all of our branches. From classical guitarists to jazz combos, we offer music for sophisticated tastes as well as for the youngest family members. In the mood for pop, R&B, or even a harpist? We’ve got you covered on June 21!
View a list of all Make Music Day concerts on our events calendar.
After Hours Events
If you prefer an evening concert, enjoy Make Music Day with one of these after hours events:
- 6:30 p.m.—The Rhonda Robinson Ensemble features jazz and vocals at the Woodlawn Branch at 1811 Woodlawn Drive in Woodlawn. Library doors open at 6:15 p.m.
- 7 p.m.—Holt Park and Center for the Arts Co-host Make Music Day with a concert by famed bluegrass duo, Ken and Brad Kolodner. Participate in summer solstice crafts and nature walks, visit the library bookmobile and learn about the new Traveling Book Club. A folding chair or blanket and bug spray are recommended. Refreshments will be available for purchase. This is an outdoor event and will take place weather permitting. This is an offsite event taking place at Holt Park at 34 Elmont Avenue in Baltimore.
Category: Programming and Events