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Arts for Us 

When: Sun., Nov. 6 2016
Founded in 1912 by Almeda Adams, the Music Settlement ranks as one of the nation's oldest community schools of music. It has provided early childhood education since 1955 and music therapy since 1966. To celebrate its 50th anniversary of offering music therapy, the Music Settlement will host a free concert and a ticketed event the following evening. At 3 p.m. today, the Music Settlement will host a concert as part of its Arts for Us series, which provides "a way for people with special needs to enjoy high-quality cultural experiences with their families and caregivers in a welcoming environment." The concert, which takes place at the Glick Recital Hall at The Music Settlement's University Circle campus, will feature the music therapists of the TMS Center for Music Therapy performing as a group and as soloists. The concert is open to the public. Then, tomorrow, the Music Settlement will offer tours of the music therapy studios at the Music Settlement's University Circle campus. There will also be a special recognition honoring of the first Director of Music Therapy, a keynote address and performances by clients of the Center for Music Therapy. Tickets are available online. (Niesel)


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