Princeton University Concerts Adds Performance for Neurodiverse Audiences, Continues Music and Wellness Programs Next Season
Princeton University Concerts this year launched its Music and Wellness initiative, and its latest Family Concert in some ways represents this expanding approach to the interaction between music and both physical and mental health. The May 20 family concert, in collaboration with Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center artists, is designed for a neurodiverse audience, including children with autism or other special needs. A Tempo host Rachel Katz this week speaks with guest concert host Rami Vamos and CMS Director of Education and Community Engagement Matthew Tommasini, as well as Princeton University Concerts Director Marna Seltzer, about the upcoming concert. Seltzer also previews plans for the 2023-2024 concert season, including its continued focus on Music and Wellness programs.