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Are there actually listening “rules” to jazz, and if so, are they a secret? I mean really. Sometimes you’re supposed to clap after every solo, but then in a concert like the one you’re listening to right now (since you hopefully clicked-play-to-start) everybody knows not to clap until the end.
If you like jazz, you know there are many social rules about clapping – goshman, must be like a secret hand shake or something!
Well Ms.CJ says,
“If you love good, rich, soul-feeding music, whether it be jazz or anything else – if you love music……than jump around if ya have to! Clap whenever ya want, whenever the music moves you. Perhaps people on the spectrum have had it right all along…”
Join us. Saturday, May 14th!!
~~Autism-Friendly Artists perform at Sensory-Friendly Concerts for Musical Autists.~~
Wha? 😀 (It’s okay if you had to read that twice.)
We are centrally located 40 mins from Washington, DC / 25 mins from Annapolis / 10 mins from Baltimore. We will be bringing in many amazing local artists for our monthly SF Concerts….both classical, jazz, and even a little reggae this summer!
And we will have a very special guest star to open the show – a truly gifted musical autist!
If you or your child are on the autism spectrum – we welcome you.
Hand flapping, rocking and bouncing is welcome and encouraged!!
More details to come this week….
Please contact us with your questions. We will happily do our best to accommodate every special need..
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