Our Education Department is up to something amazing:
Our Education Department at the San Diego Symphony Orchestra is up to something amazing:
Last week, Musicians and Staff of the San Diego Symphony were invited by The Music Therapy Center of California to learn about the complexities of autism spectrum disorders, led by Center-Director Julie Guy. From the MTCC website, “Music therapy is a well-established, research-driven profession in which a credentialed music therapist utilizes music strategies and exercises within a therapeutic relationship to address physical, emotional, cognitive and social needs of individuals of all ages. Music therapy is an allied health service much like physical, occupational, or speech therapy, using music as the medium to attain the goals.” Click here to read more about The Music Therapy Center of California here.
The San Diego Symphony Orchestra’s commitment to our community is broad, and with the introduction of Sensory-Friendly concerts, we open up an entirely new horizon of comprehensive musical outreach in San Diego County. Please click here to view more information about the upcoming concerts on February 15 and 18. If you are personally touched by autism, we invite you to attend either of these unique performances!
Seating will be limited to 15 families for each performance. Please email Adrienne Valencia, Director of Youth Education, at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve seats.Share Article
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