Mommy Blog Expert: Music for Autism Free Interactive & Innovative WindSync Concert in L.A Area March 18

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Music for Autism Free Interactive & Innovative WindSync Concert in L.A Area March 18

Special Needs 

As readers know I love to share resources for free music for children because it's everywhere, you just need to know where to look for it. The latest example is a free Los Angeles area interactive concert for individuals of all ages -- both kids and young adults -- with autism and other special needs and their families that is planned for Sunday, March 18 at 1 p.m. in Culver City, California.


The upcoming no-cost performance featuring WindSync, a young and energetic musical ensemble injecting their own novel approach to classical music, is presented by The Help Group and Music for Autism and takes place at The Help Group Culver City Campus, 4160 Grand View Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066. There is no charge but reservations are required to attend.

According to the event's organizers, this unique concert will be professionally performed bringing forth an enriching musical experience in an environment where individual differences are celebrated. The musical one hour concert includes three segments: Concert Time, Conducting Time, and Percussion Time. The best part is that concertgoers aren't just sitting enjoying the music, the audience will be  invited to actively join the experience with body movement and instruments that will be provided.


Meet the Houston-based WindSync Music Group

Reservations are essential and may be made any of three ways
     1. Emailing RSVP@musicforautism.org
     2. Visiting the Concert Calendar section of MusicforAutism.org
     3. Calling Music for Autism at 877-863-7473 ext. 1

Music for Autism is raising public awareness and enriching lives through autism-friendly, interactive concerts developed specifically for individuals with autism and their families. The concerts, held in the United States and United Kingdom, feature professional musicians, including Tony Award winners and Grammy-nominated classical artists.

Non-profit The Help Group is helps young people with autism and other special needs fully realize their potential. It is the largest, most innovative and comprehensive organization of its kind in the U.S. and is a recognized as a leader in the field of autism. A wide range of innovative autism spectrum disorder programs are offered each day to the 950 students ages 3-22 who attend its autism day schools.

My kids, hubbie and I are all musical playing multiple instruments. Some of us even sing! How about your family how do you and your children music into every day life?



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