At the Boston Conservatory, autistic students learn from music lessons

26 Feb

From Boston.com: At the Boston Conservatory, autistic students learn from music lessons

The Boston Conservatory is renowned for its intensive training in the performing arts, but on Saturday mornings, this Fenway institution offers a unique program: providing music lessons to children and young adults with autism.

I really appreciate it when people work to give more than just music therapy, but music lessons. In some cases it may take a lot of patience, but if a person is moved by music, it is worth the time.

The article is short, so if I quote much I’ll basically be copying the entire piece. Read more here.

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