TOMS RIVER – The Ocean County Library 2022 Autism Resources Fair is privileged to present two virtual performances by Music for Autism.
The Fair’s inaugural program will be a concert by versatile performer Stephane Duret, of the Tony Award-winning Kinky Boots, 2 PM Saturday, April 2. Violinist Ariel Horowitz and Friends will perform a virtual concert, 2 PM Saturday, April 23.
Duret is the founder of Kaiser’s Room, a New York City non-profit that offers arts programming to individuals with cognitive and developmental delays.
Horowitz is the founder of The Heartbeat Music Project, which provides tuition-free music, instruments, and Diné (Navajo) cultural knowledge to children living in Navajo Nation.
Registration is required for the free programs. People with family members or friends on the autism spectrum are welcome to RSVP. Links to the programs will be emailed to registrants, two hours prior to the concert.
Register for Stephane Duret at https://www.musicforautism.org/concert/virtual-apr-2-2022. Register for Ariel Horowitz and Friends at https://www.musicforautism.org/concert/virtual-apr-23-2022.
The Autism Resources Fair is made possible through a generous donation by the Ocean County Library Foundation.03-09-arf.pdf