Tag: Make music day uk

Make Music Day: Eliza Shaddad @ Amazing Grace

Published on 31st May 2022

Team London Bridge and Amazing Grace present Eliza Shaddad and special guests for a great evening of music on the 21st June @ 7.30PM. Eliza has had a fun but hectic few years full of packed out tours in the UK and Europe with the likes of Lucy Rose, Kae Tempest and Turin Brakes and her first shows in the US. For this gig she will be performing her dazzling new album ‘The Woman You Want’. Make Music Day is a huge celebration of music making around the world on 21 June each year. It is a unique event that is open to anyone who wants to take part – old or young, amateur or professional and just about every musical style is represented. Every year people and organisations from 1,000 towns and cities in 120 countries create events to share music. All Make Music Day events are free to watch. Team London Bridge has supported the festival for many years organising the flagship London event as part of their annual culture programme. Doors open 5pm Music from 7.30pm Tickets are free Table Booking : Ticket Link

Make Music Day UK: Live Broadcast

Published on 15th June 2020

The world’s biggest celebration of music, Make Music Day UK is moving online for Sunday 21 June 2020. With social distancing in place, the annual festivities are all taking place virtually this year, but that won’t stop music lovers celebrating around the world in 125 countries.  The Make Music Day live broadcast will feature 12 hours of specially curated performances, workshops and talks from Make Music Day Ambassadors and partners across the UK. Highlights include: exploration of South London’s musical landscape with Musicity who will showcase architecture-inspired music in partnership with Team London Bridge and Diaphonique as part of the London Festival of Architecture, featuring London-based French artists Clémentine March and Neue Grafik a singing lesson with Welsh soprano Elin Manahan Thomas folk tales from former BBC Radio 2 Folk Musician Of The Year Sam Sweeney – BBC Radio 1’s Arielle Free will put us in the party mood with one of her legendary DJ sets live sets from alt folk duo Wilswood Buoys, Spanish-Latin guitar duo De Fuego, songwriter and award nominated artist Emma McGann and indie band Small Screen plus a showcase of music from Plugged, Renegade Picnic and the National Youth Folk Ensemble  young ambassadors from North Yorkshire’s youth music development charity NYMAZ will produce Rural Fest – live streamed performances and workshops from Yorkshire-based musicians Find the full line -up here Tune into the online stream from 10am – 10pm.