Make Music, the worldwide event that celebrates all types of music, is scheduled to occur on June 21st, 2016. The 24 hour-long event occurs twice a year on the Summer and Winter Solstice, and 2016 marks the 10th year New York City will participate. This year, Make Music New York will include over 1,200 concerts that will take place on the streets, sidewalks, and parks throughout the 5 boroughs. C.F. Peters New York is excited to be involved in a few of the events. Avant Media is hosting “a city-wide waltz” of John Cage’s 49 Waltzes. Participants can record themselves at any of the 147 locations specified in Cage's score and/or come to a group meet up on the High Line. Peters provided two of Cage's pieces that the performers can use in their performance if they wish. All information on how to participate can be found at the Avant Media’s event page. Mass Appeal is presenting a Celebration of Earle Brown from 1pm to 5pm at the Cornelia Street Café in the West Village. Pianist Hitomi Hends, Karl Larson, Adam Tendler and other guests will perform works by Brown, Cage, Morton Feldman and others. The details of this performance can be found at the Celebrating Earle Brown Make Music page. Lastly, ICE will be performing a concert at the Naumburg Bandshell in Central Park featuring Davidovsky and Ginastera. ICE will perform Davidovskys Divertimento a 8, 'Ambiguous Symmetries” and the rarely performed “Serenata by Ginastera's. More information can be found at the ICE Make Music page.