The Fête de la Musique, also known as World Music Day, is an annual music festival taking place on June 21, the first day of summer in cities around the world.
The concept of an all-day musical celebration on the days of the solstice, was originated by American musician Joel Cohen, who spent two seasons as a producer of musical radio programs for the French National Radio (France Musique). The idea later was adapted as a national celebration each June 21 in France and made official by the French Minister of Culture, Jack Lang. The festival later became celebrated in 110 countries around the world.
|April 16th, 1964 - Peter and Gordon rehearse with Peter’s sister Jane at the EMI Studios for charity concert called “Tribute to Michael Holiday” who commited suicide on October 29th 1963.|
|1964 - Jane Asher at her 57 Wimpole Street family home playing the guitar and the piano.|
|1964 - Jane Asher portrayed by Frankie Avalon at her 57 Wimpole Street family home playing the guitar.|
|1965, June 25th - Jane Asher portrayed playing the guitar at Regent's Park.|
|1968, February/March - Jane Asher playing the guitar and the sitar in Rishikesh, India.|
|2008, May - Jane Asher and other contestants of the TV talent show "Maestro" had to conduct an orchestra.|
|2009, November 8th - Tim Bentinck ,Jane Asher and David Haig perform during the Stars Shine for Autism Christmas Concert at St John's Concert Hall in London, England|
|2014, June 4th - Jane Asher conducts the orchestra at the Symfunny fundraiser in aid of Parkinson's UK at Royal Albert Hall in London, England.|