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Sycamore To Host Lynx Project's Autism Advocacy Project on March 2

Join us for the world premiere of the 2018-19 Autism Advocacy Project! 
The Autism Advocacy Project takes words from individuals who have autism and are nonverbal, and commissions composers to set their words to music for voice and piano. Lynx Project’s singers and pianists then present these songs in concert! 

This concert is open to EVERYONE. Come as you are and enjoy beautiful music. We will have a sensory-relief space available for anyone who needs to come and go from the concert hall. Our atmosphere is welcoming of everyone.  The concert will be followed by a dessert reception. 

Support for this event provided in part by Ohio Arts Council and ArtsWave.

Where: Sycamore High School Auditorium
When: March 2nd, 7 pm concert (6 pm art-making workshop hosted by Visionaries+Voices)

General - Pre-sale: $25
General - At-the-door: $30
Student / Teacher (with ID): $10  

Performers:

  • Simon Barrad, baritone

  • Keely Futterer, soprano

  • Lauren McAllister, mezzo-soprano

  • Kseniia Barrad, piano

  • Stephen Variames, piano

Featuring the thoughtful and beautiful words of Sycamore District students Kenta Mignot, Luke Burke, and Michael Zepf

And the music of composers Tariq Al-Sabir, Joel Balzun, Liberté-Anne Lymberiou, Travis Reynolds and Stephen Variames

Visionaries+Voices will host a pre-concert art-making workshop for all ages and abilities at this event! Join at 6pm for a FREE, fun and inclusive art-making activity.