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A Summer Celebration Of Music For All Ages And Skills

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Make Music Day

Next month, Make Music Day Chattanooga returns on the summer solstice - Tuesday, June 21st.

It’s part of Make Music Day: a global celebration of learning and creating music open to people of all ages and skill levels through free, in-person events.

Mark Anderson is with Make Music Day Chattanooga.

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