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Celebrating the Spectrum Festival

July 17 - July 22

Join us for a week long festival, Celebrating the Spectrum, at the College of Music’s newly renovated Cook Recital Hall on the beautiful Michigan State University campus. The festival is designed to give qualified advanced pre-College students on the Autism Spectrum a preview of a life in music.

  • Participant activities, July 17–20
  • House concert and reception, July 21
  • Public concert in Cook Recital Hall, July 22

The daily schedule will reflect the life of a music major in a university or conservatory setting culminating in two live performances. The first, a “house concert”, gives the students an intimate setting to try out their performances prior to the Grand Finale Concert in Cook Recital Hall. This open to the public concert will be livestreamed and will feature performances from all participants including faculty and MSU student interns.

All students perform daily in master classes conducted by College of Music piano faculty Professor Deborah Moriarty and Dr. Derek Polischuk. The classes will be devoted to solo repertoire as well as piano four hand repertoire with faculty and student interns.

– See more at: http://www.music.msu.edu/spectrum#sthash.ax9yrHzP.dpuf

For more information on the week long events visit http://www.music.msu.edu/spectrum

Venue

Michigan State University-Cook Recital Hall
Music Building, 333 W Circle Dr
East Lansing, MI 48824 United States
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Phone:
(517) 353-5340
Website:
music.msu.edu