HARMAN and DC-based music producer, Kariz Marcel, are hosting a pop-up Street Studio on June 21 in celebration of Make Music Day, a global event taking place in over 800 cities around the world.
The HARMAN Street Studio in Washington D.C. will be equipped with musical instruments and HARMAN recording technology, and be available for employees and the public, to record audio. Local music producer, Kariz Marcel, will host the HARMAN Street Studio and edit the audio recorded at the DC location into one-of-a-kind, local music track to be shared online.
Make Music Day is a day of music open to the public. Kariz Marcel joins other events worldwide as communities come together in celebration of music and the countless benefits that making music brings.
HARMAN celebrates Make Music Day with the Make Music Alliance, giving community members of all ages, creeds and musical persuasions the chance to experience the joy of making music together. This year, HARMAN will be hosting Street Studios with local producers in several cities around the world.
By establishing one specific day each year, June 21, to celebrate music, HARMAN and the Make Music Alliance encourages both amateur and professional music making, and empowers individuals to seek out ways to celebrate music in their community.