Our second annual Make Music Harlem 2016 (Part of Make Music New York) was presented in partnership with our long-time friends Billie's Black (new name B2). The event also doubled as Billie's Black's 10th anniversary.
This big community fair was presented as a block party with a four-hour music marathon, featuring La Banda Ramirez, ShoutHouse, Bonnie Bowers, Johari Mayfield, Jennifer Rae, and our first ever Paracademia Junior Collective joined by the DREAM TEAM Dance collective. Live paining was created by Daaz Daaz.
Make Music Harlem Sponsors and Partners
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Music, performances and art by Max Pollak, S.I.P. & Di.J. Noizepunk, Polina Bakhtina, Ella, Daisy Mason, Milica Paranosic, Robert Brashear and Home Away Band, Johari Mayfield, Apparition Muzik, Letecki Pekinezeri,Gorazd Poposki, Taikoza and others. Mensur Bojda on-site painting
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Make Music Harlem 2017 is made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and by the support from TD Bank.
Other event sponsors and supporters include: Make Music New York, Gallery MC, Paracademia LLC, B2Harlem and La Diagonal Restaurants and Materials for the Arts. Paracademia is a presenting partner of Composers Now.
check out our photos from Make Music Harlem 2015 in Morningside Park
Make Music Harlem 2017 was a huge success. Please check back soon for video coverage and more photos. In the meantime, enjoy a few shots by Kyra Mo and Keith DeBetham and a video feature by DJ Mario
Make Music Harlem 2016 was a huge success. Enjoy the video by DJMario and Photos by MProjekts.
Thank you who all who participated, all the sponsors, our presenting partners and our wonderful audience.
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Make Music Harlem 2015 was made possible in part with public funds from the Manhattan Community Arts Fund, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.
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