Sensory Music Recital for Children with Autism at CSU
COLUMBUS, GA – Columbus State’s Schwob Music Preparatory Division presents its inaugural sensory-friendly music recital for youth with autism and sensory processing sensitivities at 6 p.m. Saturday, November 1 in RiverCenter’s Legacy Hall.
The sensory-friendly performances will cater to the needs of autistic and sensory processing sensitive audiences by avoiding high-volume dynamics, allowing audience members to enter and exit throughout the recital, and providing designated quiet areas in the lobby.
Columbus State’s Schwob School of Music students will perform solo and ensemble music for guitar, violin, horn quartet, and more.
Before and after the recital, youth are invited to enjoy NAfME-C’s (National Association for Music Educators – Collegiate) instrument petting zoo and have the opportunity to learn and handle various musical instruments.
Admission is free.
For more information, call (706)-641-5124, or visit music.columbusstate.edu.