This is a wonderful opportunity for families with autism to enjoy themselves with their developmentally disabled loved ones, while listening to incredible live music performed by extraordinary musicians. It is quite OK if there are spontaneous vocalizations, (or yells for that matter!), hand flapping, rocking or other types of body movements from our autistic audience. This concert also provides a welcoming environment for attendees to interact with artists.
“This was chamber music of the highest order. . .[and] proves that Uzur’s brainchild has the makings of a great addition to the Beehive State’s festival scene.” (Ed Reichel, Deseret Morning News)
"To hear Beethoven’s music performed live, by seasoned musicians, is to understand why it stands the test of time — fire and fury and delicacy in turns, it’s all there waiting to be discovered by such capable hands. The audience gave this piece a standing ovation, and rightfully so….It was satisfying to see the seats nearly all filled in the Browning Center’s Allred Theater... (Linda East Brady, Standard Examiner)
For more information, go to: http://community.weber.edu/bonnevillemusic/Concerts.html.