With great regret, Friends of Watertown Music has decided to
our 9th Annual Watertown MusicFest on April 3rd.
As much as we would have liked to have postponed, we cannot forecast with certainty a safe date for rescheduling.
We are sad to miss out on a celebratory evening featuring enthusiastic performers and audiences. It is always a special night, made more so by the warmth and generosity of everyone who comes together to support the growth of student musicians in our public schools.
We will definitely be back in 2021! See you then!
(One unfortunate consequence of the Schools’ cancellation of Bandarama on March 11th: the music department was not able to collect donations for their annual scholarships to graduating seniors. To assist the music department, we will allow anyone who would like to contribute to do so by adding a note designating their gift for the scholarship fund via our PayPal link. We will keep such contributions separate and forward them directly to the scholarship fund.)
Call to Musicians:
Do you have a band? Enjoy performing solo? Are you looking for a place to play? An enthusiastic audience? Would you like to help out your community?
MusicFest is the place for you!
Friends of Watertown Music welcomes all musicians, from professional to beginner, jazz, folk, classical, or undefined!
Register here by March 24th to perform at our 9th Annual Watertown MusicFest!
Call to Music Lovers:
Musicians love an audience! We hope to see you Friday, April 3, 2020 at our
9th Annual Watertown MusicFest!
We have performances on 3 “stages”, an instrument petting zoo, and pizza & snacks! Enjoy a festive evening with us!
MusicFest is our major fundraiser of the year. Learn about MusicFest here!
May we include your name as a donor in our program? We have six donor levels:
Soprano (up to $25), Alto ($50), Tenor ($75), Bass ($100), Conductor ($250)
or Maestro ($500 or more).
See our full list of grants to the Watertown Public Schools here!
Contact us at HelloWatertownMusic@gmail.com with questions or to volunteer.