Water Music
A site-specific, environmental work, Water Music at Make Music Boston is inspired by the Charles River and the many roles water plays in our daily lives. Directed by Maria Finkelmeier, 50 musicians (brass players, percussionists, and singers) will perform newly commissioned work by Marti Epstein, C. Neil Parsons, Maria Finkelmeier, Anthony Green, and Manuel Garcia. The performers will be placed along the Esplanade walkway, and the new works will be performed at sunset on the Summer Solstice. Listeners will each create their own experience by walking within and around the performers themselves.
May 1: all performers contracted
June 4: Pieces due and distributed to ensemble
June 19 6:00pm - 8:30pm: Rehearsal at Northeastern University's Fenway Center (77 St. Stephen Street, Boston)
June 21: performance! Call is 5:30pm (exact location will be given at rehearsal), performance at 7:30pm
June 22: Rain date for performance
Performance Stipend
Instrumentation Goal
25 trombones
10 percussionists (small set-ups)
10 other brass instruments
10 vocalists (with plastic megaphones provided by MMB)

Suitable players will be contracted on first come, first serve basis.

Other Details
Looking for performers with experience in time-based works (there will be no conductor)
Experience in improvised and/or environmental works a plus
You must provide your own instrument, music stand, and time-keeping device
About Make Music Boston
On Thursday, June 21st, the fifth annual Make Music Boston festival, presented by Kadence Arts, will fill Boston’s outdoor spaces and music venues with over one hundred live concerts, free and open to the public. From classical to folk, hip hop to opera, Latin jazz to punk rock, live music of all kinds will resound on streets, sidewalks, porches, plazas, parks, gardens, storefronts and other public spaces on the longest day of the year. Any musician is invited to take part in this all-day celebration of the summer solstice. (Rain date: June 22nd)

More info: www.makemusicboston.org

Next Steps
If you are interested in performing, please feel out the information on the following page.
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