“Thayne Jasperson Announced as Music For Autism’s 2023 Spotlight Artist” Full story
“Why Music is Positive for Autistic Individuals” Full story
“Music For Autism Announces Candace Chien As 2022 Spotlight Artist” Full story
“Joe Iconis, Ali Ewoldt, Didi Conn and More to Take Part in Music for Autism Virtual Concert” Full story
“In This Together: Music For Autism Makes Live Performances Accessible to Kids On the Spectrum” Full story.
“Music for Autism Kicks Off Virtual Concert Series” Full story.
“Dianne Fraser is Music for Autism’s Newest Spotlight Artist” Full story.
“Student hosts concert with ‘Music for Autism” Full story.
“Music For Autism Selects Chad Lefkowitz-Brown as its 2018 Spotlight Artist” Full story.
“Music For Autism Announces Spotlight Artists 2017” Full story.
International Trumpet Guild
“Music for Autism Announces 2017 Spotlight Artists” Full story.
“Robert Accordino named 2016-2017 White House Fellow” Full story.
Music for Autism
“Music for Autism welcomes Elizabeth Santiso as its first Chief Executive Officer!” Full story.
New York Times
“Hanukkah, Autism and One Temple’s Run at a Miracle” by Samuel G. Freedman, December 3, 2010. Full story.
“Tulip Time,” by Bill Cunningham, April 11, 2010. Full story (pdf).
“Music for Autism Concerts Create Safe, Judgement-Free Fun” by Rob Nelson, May 31, 2014. Full story.
The Amazing Hour (Universay Broadcasting Network)
“Music for Autism and the Help Group” with Joanne O’Brien, July 15, 2014. Video.
“Alysha Umphress, Joe Iconis & More Set for Music for Autism Benefit, 10/12,” September 29, 2015. Full story.
“Music for Autism Names MATILDA’s John Arthur Greene 2013 Spotlight Artist,” September 18, 2013. Full story.
Coca-Cola Scholar’s Foundation
“Connecting Music to Medicine,” March 16, 2012. Full story.
“Connecting with Children,” 2004. Full story (pdf).
Doctor Radio Reports with Perri Peltz (SiriusXM)
“Interview with Robert Accordino, Susan Hershman and Suzy Perelman,” May 1, 2014.
“Caroline Cole: First Harpist to Win Virginia Parker Prize” by Pam Mclennan, June 24, 2014. Full story.
“A Musical Evening Benefiting Music for Autism in New York,” Full story.
Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
“Innovative Approaches to Autism Spectrum Disorders Highlighted.” Full story (pdf).
“Robert Accordino,” April, 2006. Full story (pdf).
“Autistic Children and the Power of Music,” November 2004. Full story (pdf).
Harvard College Medical Humanities Forum
“Medical Humanities Spotlight: Dr. Robert Accordino, founder of the nonprofit organization Music for Autism” by Julia Moss, November 6, 2015. Full story.
The Huffington Post
“Living with Autism: Two Programs, One Heart” by Elaine Hall and Robert Accordino M.D., M.Sc., Februrary 9, 2011. Full story.
Inside Mount Sinai
“Highest Honors,” April 6-12, 2009. Full story (pdf).
“Music: A Gateway to Health: The Universal Language Reaches Children with Autism,” April 14, 2008. Full story (pdf).
“Medical Student Honored at 10 Downing Street,” February 26 – March 4, 2007. Full story (pdf).
International Trumpet Guild® Journal
“Meaningful Music: A Look into Music for Autism” by Ryan Gardner, January 2014. Full story.
MGH Clay Center
“Music For Autism Is Music For All: Reshaping And Expanding A Disability-Friendly Space” Full story.
News & Notes (SiriusXM Entertainment)
“Broadway superstar, Victoria Clark and Robert Accordino come on News & Notes to talk about Music For Autism.” Full story.
New York 1
“NYer of the Week: Robert Accordino Helps Kids with Autism Enjoy the Beat” by John Schiumo, April 25, 2014. Full story.
“ONSTAGE & BACKSTAGE: In Praise of Stephanie J. Block, Kissing Chris Meloni, Meeting R.L. Stine” by Seth Rudetsky, November 21, 2011. Full story.
“Music for Autism Spring Gala to Feature Greene, Hurwitz and Payton” by Andrew Gans, March 31, 2010. Full story.
Princeton Alumni Weekly
“Bringing Music to Autistic Children” by Robin Hindery, April 18, 2007. Full story.
“Action: Welcoming People With Disabilities” by Renee Ghert-Zand, Summer, 2014. Full story.
“Tsu Charity Watch – Music for Autism” by Marcy Wasserman, July 13, 2015. Full story.
“Kennedy Center offers ‘sensory-friendly’ concerts for children with special needs” by Katherine Boyle, January 18, 2013. Full story.