International Make Music Day this Thursday 21 June 2018

Make Music Day  also known as World Music Day or Fête de la Musique 2018 in France is an international event, celebrated in over 120 countries around the world which encourages people to make music – in bars, on the street, beaches, fields, supermarkets. Anywhere in fact. In France, towns come alive with music on every corner. It is more recent in the UK but Norwich Music Hub and Making Music are pulling together this connected set of free music events on the longest day of the year. You can find a full list of events in Norfolk here.
Here are some highlights, there are many more including Norwich Arts Centre and The Assembly House.
The season of lunchtime classical concerts continues this Thursday at The Assembly House with the brilliant Tyburn Trio – Advance tickets available via: https://bit.ly/2LEGkOA .
NNUH in the West Atrium 10 – 5pm 
including BellFolk, Carrie O’Donnell, Katie Schutte, Norfolk Pianist, Salman Toheed.
Music at Millennium Library from 11 – 4.00
Norfolk Pianist, Xenia Horne and Caroline Bishop, Carrie O’Donnell, Norwich School Making Musicians and Katie Schutte.
Chapelfield Bandstand – performers from Access to Music.
Wells Granary
Xenia Horne and Ivan McCready 7pm followed by a special performance from Harmonium 8pm.
Wells Library 11.30 – .1.30
Singing and song writing workshop focussing on Olive Edis, led by Jane Wells (free ).
Fakenham Library
10.00 Brian Davis Harpist, 11.00 Ivan McCready Cello.
 
Yarmouth Library
10.00 Xenia Horne Harpist then local acts.
North Walsham Library
12.00 Brian Davis Harpist.
Thetford Library
Vince Gregory Guitarist.
Sheringham Library 1pm
Ivan McCready Cello.
Glemham Hall 2.30
Zoe Anderton Harpist.
Plumstead Road Library 3.00
Carrie O Donnell pianist.
Alderman Peel High School
performances throughout the day.
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About musicinnorwich

Music in Norwich is a website which offers a roundup concerts in and around Norwich. All of the music groups and venues have their own websites but this site gathers together most of the orchestral and chamber music concerts, organ recitals and choir performances. It is a maintained on a volunteer basis by Culture Shift Norwich as part of the Music in Norwich Forum, a collective of music organisations in Norwich
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