Virtual Concert with Adam Tendler: Schumann’s Musical Masks
We welcome all individuals with autism and their families across the nation to attend our interactive concerts from their homes.
11am Pacific / 2pm Eastern
A recipient of the Lincoln Center Award for Emerging Artists a “remarkable and insightful musician” (LA Times) “joyfully rocking out at his keyboard” (New York Times), pianist Adam Tendler is an internationally recognized interpreter of living, modern and classical composers.
A pioneer of DIY culture in concert music, at age 23 Tendler performed solo recitals in all fifty United States as part of a grassroots tour he called America 88×50, which became the subject of his memoir, 88×50, a Kirkus Indie Book of the Month and Lambda Literary Award nominee.
He is an active presence in contemporary and classical music alike as a soloist, recording artist, speaker and educator.
Registrants will receive a link to the private livestream two hours prior to the concert. You must RSVP to receive the link.
This concert has been generously underwritten in honor of Robert Accordino.