M4A on What The Heck Is That? Podcast

We were thrilled that Artist Coordinator Ryan Gardner was interviewed by David Ventura for the What The Heck Is That? Podcast! A weekly interview series showcasing masters of their craft, ranging from game makers, club DJs, musical theater performers, animators, librarians, educators, AND MORE!! All under the creative exploration of David Shai Ventura, who asks […]

One Year of Music For Autism’s Virtual Concerts

It has officially been one year since Music For Autism, as well as so many other performance spaces, was confined to the virtual world. It also seems fitting that this week marks the end of Autism Awareness and Acceptance Month, which is a time to celebrate the wide spectrum of autistic experiences and elevate autistic […]

Broadway is Dark, but Music for Autism is Open!

By Jake Gluckman On the evening of February 25th, 2021, Music For Autism hosted a live, virtual fundraiser featuring 16 artists, duos, and groups from stage and screen alike. From musical theater classics to songs about chicken soup with rice and Long Island Amphibians, each performer filled the virtual space with wonder, love, and passion […]

Music for Autism Welcomes Four New Board Members

Music for Autism is thrilled to announce the recent appointment of four new members to the Board of Directors. Sara Aliabadi, John DiGiovanni, Jaime Madell, and Laura Prager, MD join us from diverse personal and professional backgrounds, and we are excited for the perspective and expertise they will bring to the organization.  “Music for Autism […]

Fair Trade Trio is Music for Autism’s 2020 Spotlight Artist

We are so pleased to announce that the talented Fair Trade Trio, comprised of violinist Ashley Windle, violist Hannah Levinson, and cellist Madeline Fayette, is our 2020 Spotlight Artist! The Spotlight Artist distinction is Music for Autism’s recognition of not just exceptional musicianship but also dedicated service to those with autism and their families. Not only are the trio […]

Board Member Lindsey Morfin recognized as a 2020 EMPower List Future Leader

Music for Autism is so excited that Board Member Lindsey Morfin has been recognized as one of the 2020 EMPower List’s Future Leaders. The EMpower Top 100 Ethnic Minority Future Leader Role Models 2020 list “celebrates inspirational people of colour who are making a significant contribution to ethnic minority people at work. These inspirational individuals […]

Music for Autism Kicks off Virtual Concert Series

On Saturday, April 18, 2020 Music for Autism was so pleased to hold its first virtual concert experience! Kicking off the series was 2013 Spotlight Artist and Music for Autism favorite, the multi-hyphenate and exceptionally talented John Arthur Greene. Armed with a mic, guitar, keyboard, trumpet, and some homemade instruments as well,  John Arthur led […]