The New Harmony Music Festival kicks off Monday with a Celtic Jam Session at 7 p.m.
This is the third year for the festival in New Harmony, which is organized in conjunction with the New Harmony Music School.
Chris Layer, the festival founder, says he believes filling historical spaces with music brings life to those spaces, making New Harmony an ideal place for the festival.
One of the venues for the week is the New Harmony Roofless Church. On Saturday, musicians will perform music inspired by great works of architecture.
Below is the New Harmony Music Festival schedule-at-a-glance:
Monday, July 7th: Celtic Jam Session at Sara's Harmony Way, 7 p.m. FREE
Tuesday, July 8th: Festival Art Opening at the Owen Community House, 6:30 p.m. FREE
Tuesday, July 8th: Festival Showcase Concert at The Meier Atheneum, 8 p.m. FREE with RSVP
Wednesday, July 9th: Festival Film Screening "This Ain't No Mouse Music" at Sara's Harmony Way, 6:30 p.m. FREE
Wednesday, July 9th: Celtic Jam Session at Sara's Harmony Way (following the film) FREE
Thursday, July 10th: Festival Contra Dance at The Rapp-Owen Granary, 7 p.m. Tickets: $10; Kids 12 and under FREE
Friday, July 11th: Festival Concert & Live Broadcast at The Historic Thralls Opera House, 7:30 p.m., Tickets: $25-$35-$50
Saturday, July 12th: Outdoor Grand Piano Concert at the Roofless Church, 9 a.m. All seats $30
Saturday, July 12th: Festival Closing Night Concert & Live Broadcast at The Historic Thralls Opera House, 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $25-$35-$50
Many people from around the world will be performing at the music festival this week, including students of the New Harmony Music School. Watch the video above to see Australian students Lily and Miles Mullin-Chivers play.
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