Make Music Madison 2022 at Sequoya Library

Description

Make Music Madison is BACK at Sequoya Library! Make Music Madison is a free, citywide day of music held annually on the summer solstice and is part of the larger Make Music Day, occurring in 1,000+ cities across the globe. Drop in to hear any or all of our amazing acts!

9:00: Tite2Nite (G.Rae & T.Paul) made their first public debut in 2018 performing as “The Fuggits" at their neighborhood radio station, W-I-D-E, for Make Music Madison. G.Rae continued to write songs for that venue through 2021. The duo's funkarelic style also covers popular folk and rock songs on soprano, tenor, baritone, and micro-bass ukuleles.

10:00: Paul Baker is a percussionist. His marimba repertoire includes tunes from classical, folk, and pop music traditions. He enjoys talking about his instrument and the stories behind the songs.

11:00: Third Lake Saxophones is a group of retired multi-instrumentalists who play saxophone ensemble music, including duets, trios and quartets, for our own enjoyment and for indoor and outdoor events. We welcome opportunities to share the great flexibility of sound, from sweet to raucous, that saxophones can produce. Our repertory includes classical, jazz, film & theater, folk, pop, standards and polka music.

12:00: Kaleb Woods is a Sauk County Wisconsin singer, guitarist, and song writer. With multiple tours and performances all around the Midwest including venues and festivals such as The Rave, Pabst Theater, Majestic Theatre, and Summerfest. He specializes in bringing a fun and upbeat vibe, classifying his music as "Music To Drink To" and/or "Boat Music".

Kaleb Woods is unable to be with us today. Instead, look for a noon mini-set by Rachel the librarian.

1:00: Tit For Tat delights audiences with the melodies and rhythms native to Irish traditional music, performed on concertina, fiddle, flute, accordion, and harp (venue-permitting). The group features two of the Midwest's most talented up-and-coming Irish fiddle players, Faolan & Ossian Rogers. At ages 10 and 8, Faolan and Ossian are already veteran performers, sure to capture the attention of audience members young and old alike.

2:00: Still Jaded after All These Years features guitar, keyboards, saxophone, vocals, percussion, and occasional cello and trombone. They do covers of pop, rock, jazz, country, and folk tunes from all eras (but admittedly heavy on the 60s and 70s stuff!).

3:00: Madison Area Ukulele Initiative (MAUI) is a thriving club of 1400 ukulele players who enjoy promoting this instrument and musical community. MAUI facilitates and participates in group sing-along / strum-alongs and perform throughout Dane County.

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Where
Sequoya Library
Meeting Rooms A and B Combined
When
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Event Registration
This event does not require registration.