We Invite you to share your stories:

  • about how music have touched you,
  • connected you to someone special in your life, and
  • about your plans for creating a musical event in your community for the 2nd Saturday of October!

Help us advance the POWER of MUSIC for healing, education, stress relief and FUN. Universal Music Day and create a *synergistic network and deeper love of Music, Musicians, Music Teachers and Music-making to promote and encourage, abundant funding and support for MUSIC enrichment programs, through schools, communities, governments, organizations and corporations. We endeavor:

1. to support the 80% of people who WISH they could sing or play an instrument.
2. to keep Music in the schools
3. bring it to the bedside for the sick and dying.

Just as Hospice does for the “Actively Dying” we strive to create a world of compassion and caring for the “Actively Living”. Music-making for ALL.

*Synergistic – working together, working in cooperation.

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Contact Info
If you have any questions about this or any other projects, email Aunt Susie at

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or phone her at
(727) 804-4908

Testimonials
“In my experience working with singers from 6 to 65, it’s a lot easier to get excited about music when you see how much variety it offers, and how many ways to make music happen there are. “Aunt Susie captures both the magic and the marvel of music making in a creative way with a unique style and a charming appeal—music lovers will become music makers, and apathetic listeners will find themselves drawn into active listening. “If you're a school music teacher, a church musician, or a music educator in private practice who wants to help your students connect with the joy of music making and the wonders of the musical universe, Susie’s book is a MUST HAVE and MUST USE resource!” —Gerald Custer, DMA (Doctoral Conducting Program at Michigan State University); Director of Choral Activities, Schoolcraft College; Chorus Master, Michigan Chamber Symphony Orchestra; Music Director, The Arbor Consort; Artistic Director, Jefferson Street Chorale