Dr. Robert Accordino Gives TEDx Talk at Princeton Unversity

Dr. Robert Accordino, US founder of Music for Autism, was asked to give a TEDx talk at Princeton University on November 23, 1013.  TEDx talks are independently organized lectures based on the TED Talk model.  The topic of the discussion at TEDx PrincetonU was “Disrupt” and many of the speakers focused on interdisciplinary work in […]

Extra, Extra! A Night of Song at 54 Below!

By Jane Dobkin. Music for Autism’s 2013 Spotlight Artist, John Arthur Greene, was an amazing emcee for a night of song at 54 Below in New York City on Monday, December 2.  John Arthur Greene, who is currently in Matilda on Broadway, hosted the evening by singing, announcing artists, speaking of his own experience performing […]

Recent LA Concert Features Latin Grammy Nominated, Quattro

By Jane Dobkin. Our most recent LA concert, on October 13, in partnership with The Help Group, featured the recently Latin Grammy nominated Quattro.  It was a very exciting concert for both members of the audience and for the group performing. Quattro is composed of four accomplished musicians: Giovanna Moraga Clayton, Lisa Dondlinger, Kay-Ta Matsuno, […]

Jason and Ed Run the NYC Marathon

By Jane Dobkin. Music for Autism is so excited and proud of our Board member Jason Rich and Junior Board Member Ed Davisson for running the NYC Marathon on Sunday, November 3.  With your support they raised over $5,000 for M4A! It was a chilly, autumn day but fans lined the streets to cheer on […]

"Music for Autism – A Great Organization" The Musical Autist

OCTOBER 6, 2013 BY THE MUSICAL AUTIST *This post was originally published at:* Yesterday morning, CJ had the privilege of attending a Music for Autism event!! This interactive, autism-friendly concert took place in the DC metro area, at the Ivymount School. Though CJ has been a fan of Music for Autism since 2007, and she’s also had the opportunity to […]

Music for Autism Finishes 2013 Season with Collaborative Broadway Series in Partnership with the McCarton School

By Pat Blute. October 3, 2013. Music for Autism is delighted to continue its successful partnership with The McCarton School by wrapping up the 2013 season with a series of Broadway-inspired and star-powered performances. The three concerts will feature stars from Broadway’s Matilda, the recent How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and Pippin. […]

John Arthur Green Named 2013 Spotlight Artist

By Laura Lazar. Music for Autism would like to congratulate our 2013 Spotlight Artist, John Arthur Greene! JAG, as we affectionately call him, captivated the crowd at our 2010 fundraiser at Toys“R”Us, and spotlighted at an interactive concert at the Mid Island Y in 2012 which was a standout experience for us as part of […]

Music for Autism Holds First Outdoor Amphitheater Concert

by Nancy Amigron.M4A celebrated our first outdoor concert at Marvin’s Camp featuring Altius Winds. Held in Staten Island, over 100 guests attended and enjoyed the lovely sounds and scenery.The performers were brought by golf cart to the middle of a forest where there was a stage and seating built into the landscape. The performers warmed up and suddenly […]

Music for Autism Takes the Main Stage on Broadway

by Robert Accordino and Pat Blute. Music for Autism is proud of the talented performers who comprise our strong community of dedicated artists. Collectively, we’re taking Broadway by storm! Take a look at some of the amazing accomplishments of our talented performers:John Arthur Greene, who recently starred in West Side Story on Broadway and who headlined […]