Notes

Director's Note

Issue: Winter 2016

In this new —and expanded—issue of Notes, we take a look back at some highlights from 2016, as well as a look forward to some of the exciting programs and activities planned for 2017. We also want to take this opportunity to thank our many...

Development

Issue: Winter 2016

We start with development—fundraising—because, well, we have to pay for all of the exciting exhibitions and programs you’re going to read about in the following pages. When the Museum looks at development, we think in terms of both earned...

Exhibitions

Issue: Winter 2016

Our special exhibition program was—very special indeed in 2016! What Music Means to Me (WMMTM), the unique exhibition based on Richard Rejino’s photographs and testimonials about the meaning and impact of music on us all, ended in 2015, but...

Programs

Issue: Winter 2016

Albert Lee, David Lindley, Muriel Anderson, Gilbert Castellanos, Mimi Fox, Victor Wooten, Glen Phillips... Should we keep going? Those are just a few of the tremendous musicians who performed in the Museum’s intimate, 150-seat space during 2016....

Education

Issue: Winter 2016

Yes, the heading says education, but in reality, every program and every exhibition we present is in some way educational. And, we hope, entertaining, and inspiring, and enriching as well. And yet, some of the programs are, in fact, directly...

2017 Preview

Issue: Winter 2016

If you think 2016 was a great year, just wait until 2017! We have lots of terrific programs planned, and more on the way. Here are some of the highlights scheduled so far. Mark your calendars. The 2017 Fundraising GalaAn Evening with Graham Nash,...

Director's Note

Issue: Spring 2017

The photo of Graham Nash that graces the cover of notes was taken right here at the Museum of Making Music a couple of months ago during an evening that will not soon be forgotten. Not only did Graham tour our museum and see his own photographs on...

Hello and Good-bye

Issue: Spring 2017

We have lots of news to report regarding the Museum’s staff. As of February, Jillian Harrington switched to part-time status and focused her responsibilities on our live music programming. So, she will still be booking all of the exciting...

Summer of Innovation

Issue: Spring 2017

Now on display in the Museum’s special exhibition gallery through August 31: Summer of Innovation. And when we say “innovation,” we mean it. No familiar banjos or guitars in this show! Instead, you’ll find groundbreaking products such as...

The Photography of Graham Nash

Issue: Spring 2017

Twenty-nine lyrical and poignant, black-and-white photographs by famed artist and musician Graham Nash continue on display at the Museum through August 31. Graham Nash is certainly known worldwide for his music: he is a two-time Rock and Roll...

To Fret or Not to Fret

Issue: Spring 2017

Our next special exhibition entitled Floating Strings: The Remarkable Story of the Harp Guitar in America opens in early October. The exhibition will be developed and designed by museum staff along with very special guest curator, Gregg...

Opportunities — Just Waiting For You!

Issue: Spring 2017

North Coastal New Horizons Band The national New Horizons Band program was developed by professor Roy Ernst of the Eastman School of Music in 1991. The program offers adults the chance to learn to play a concert band instrument and perform with...

An Evening with Graham Nash

Issue: Spring 2017

April 8, 2017—what a night here at the Museum of Making Music! A sold-out crowd of 160 guests heard music icon Graham Nash, one of the great singer-songwriters of our time, in concert. Guests of the event first enjoyed a cocktail and dessert...

Lee and Cashdollar Play It Forward

Issue: Spring 2017

The Museum of Making Music invites you to join us for a very special Play It Forward benefit concert featuring the guitarist Albert Lee and slide guitarist Cindy Cashdollar. Albert and Cindy will be backed by a stellar band (to be announced soon...
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