We have an exciting announcement about our next Sensory-Friendly Concert!
We will have SEAN LANE performing for us!
Sean Lane, M.Ed.,MT-BC, has been part of the Washington/Baltimore music scene for more than a decade, playing jazz, R&B, classical and popular music. He performs solo as well as with his group, Bay Jazz Project. Sean has played at the Kennedy Center, Takoma Station, The National Press Club, Constitution Hall, and Camden Yards, among other venues. He has also played at five Presidential Inaugural celebrations, and regularly plays piano at Nordstrom and at fine hotels and restaurants in the Maryland/DC area. Sean has released three albums. You can find more info here.
And here’s something really awesome! Sean has many years of experience as a certified music therapist, working with students with various special needs such as: autism, serious emotional/behavioral issues, learning disabilities, chemical dependency, physical disabilities, and TBI. He understands and respects autism, and is excited to perform some original compositions which our musical autists will love.
He will be bringing Seth Kibel, who is one of the Mid-Atlantic’s premier woodwind specialists. Seth works with some of the best klezmer, jazz and swing bands in the Washington/Baltimore region. Seth wows his audiences with his skills on the saxophone, clarinet, and flute!
Our June 16th Sensory-Friendly Concert (6:30 pm) is guaranteed to be an engaging time for every member of our audience!
The location for this Sensory-Friendly Concert will be at Chuch on the Rock, 649 Old Mill Road Millersville, MD 21108. This is directly across the street from Ruth Parker Eason Special Ed Center.
Digital flyer coming soon!
And like always, there will be plenty of opportunity for local “musical autists” (and including ALL friends of Neurodiversity) to take the stage as guest performers – no matter what age or ability level! We passionately believe that Sensory-Friendly Concerts are a beautiful way to achieve goals of social-expression and self-advocacy!
You know our mottos!….
Equal Rights to the Fine Arts!
~!! Go Neurodiversity Go !!~