Musicians of all ages, skill levels … and tallness … gather to ‘Make Music’ in Columbia

Columbia band In The Sky performs at the Five Points fountain during Make Music Columbia. (Photo by Brindy McNair)

Columbia band In The Sky performs at the Five Points fountain during Make Music Columbia. (Photo by Brindy McNair)

 

Tuesday was the second time Make Music Columbia hit the city, and musicians of all ages and skill levels gathered at spots around the city to make music together.

"It's important for musicians to be there to share the music so it inspires other people." "Performances are a great way to keep the students involved in enjoying music as well as getting students used to performing in front of other people." (Photo by Karla Turner)

Tyler Watson, of Columbia band Watson Village, performed during a harmonica demonstration at the South Carolina State House during Make Music Columbia. “I am an all around fan of music,” he said, “and I came to support One Columbia.” (Photo by Karla Turner)

 

Some musicians found interesting ways to stand out from the crowd. (Photo by Brindy McNair)

Some musicians found interesting ways to stand out from the crowd. (Photo by Brindy McNair)

 

Jim "Wallstreet" Couillard leads a harmonica demonstration at the S.C. State House during Make Music Columbia. "Blues come from the heart," he said. It is his second year with the event. "I can have one of the worst weeks in the world a play a gig," he said. "It's the cheapest therapy in the world." (Photo by Karla Turner)

Jim “Wallstreet” Couillard leads a harmonica demonstration at the S.C. State House during Make Music Columbia. “Blues come from the heart,” he said. It is his second year with the event. “I can have one of the worst weeks in the world a play a gig,” he said. “It’s the cheapest therapy in the world.” (Photo by Karla Turner)

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