Music & Art In The Park
Join us on Sunday, June 19th at Ballard Park from 12 PM – 7:15 PM! The Ridgefield Arts Council is kicking off Make Music Ridgefield with Music & Art In The
Join us on Sunday, June 19th at Ballard Park from 12 PM – 7:15 PM!
The Ridgefield Arts Council is kicking off Make Music Ridgefield with Music & Art In The Park on Sunday, June 19, in Ballard Park. Local musicians will be performing throughout the day, and artists will have their work on display at this free event. Bring your friends and family to Ballard Park and enjoy a wide array of musical talent. Musicians will be performing, jazz, rock, blues, and everything in between! This is Ridgefield’s first Music & Art In The Park event. All artists are welcome to create, display and sell their art.
This is a free event! If you are interested in participating please click on this link: Visual Artists Sign Up
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
12:15 – 1:15pm: School of Rock House Band
School of Rock is Music School reimagined. The patented School of Rock Method uses programs that are designed to encourage learning in a supportive environment where students of all skill levels are comfortable and engaged. We take the music school concept to the next level for kids, teens, and adults by combining 1-on-1 lessons, group rehearsals, and live shows into an authentic learning experience.
1:30 – 2:30 pm: Brian Butler Quartet
The Brian Butler Quartet, based in Fairfield County, is a straight-ahead jazz group featuring the wonderful vocalist Noreen Mola. The quartet is regularly featured separately or together in numerous venues in Ridgefield, Western Connecticut, and Westchester
2:45 – 3:45pm: 3PO
3PO is a multidimensional power rock trio, spanning decades of music, that they have given their eclectic personality to. The vocal harmonies, sometimes a cappella, brand their music with a style that is uniquely 3PO.
4:00 – 5:00: Scott Robert Trio
The Scott Robert Trio is a deviation from the standard. “I am most proud of our experimentation within this group,” says Scott. “We play with time signature, key, feel, and stylistic changes with most of our rep, working to create our own unique imprint on each tune.”
5:15 – 6:15pm: Tony & the Westsiders
Tony & The West Siders are a Classic Rock and Blues 3-piece band based in Southwestern Connecticut, known for eclectic set lists mixing timeless hits from the 50s-80s with vintage blues from B.B. King, Muddy Waters, Robert Johnson, and more!
6:30 – 7:15pm: Daniel John Moriarty
Daniel John Moriarty is a Long Island native who got his start at open mics in Los Angeles. He played his first music open mic on a Sunday at the famous Kibitz Room and was asked to open for a band that Friday night having only played the guitar for one year; the rest is history. A mixture of pop, soul, blues and hip hop certain to delight all.
Instrument Donations at Sedona Art
Kiwanis Club of Greater Danbury is collecting new or used instruments that will be donated to schools to assist children who can’t afford renting or buying instruments. Please show your support and bring an instrument to donate to Sedona Art, 450 Main Street, Ridgefield, CT.
About the Ridgefield Arts Council: Founded in 1997, the mission of the Ridgefield Arts Council, a town-appointed committee is to inform, entertain, and inspire those who appreciate and create art in all its genres. The council generates attention for and facilitates collaboration between members of Ridgefield’s vibrant arts community. About Make Music Day: Make Music Day is presented by the NAMM Foundation, and coordinated by the Make Music Alliance.
For more information on musician and venue registration go to makemusicday.org/ridgefield
(Sunday) 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm
485 Main Street, Ridgefield CT 06877
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