Dan and Claudia Zanes have been at the forefront of the movement to explore and expand the definition of family music in the 21st century. Their new show features a mix of traditional and contemporary songs from near and far, enhanced by the Latin American percussive styles of Yuriana Sobrino, creating an inclusive concert both sophisticated and handmade for people of all ages.
Songs from Open Windows is part of a series of relaxed performances adapted for neurodiverse audiences,including young people with autism and other disabilities. Whether audience members identify as neurodiverse or neurotypical,this performance offers an upbeat and enriching family experience where everyone is encouraged to march to the beat of their own drum.
Saturday, February 15, 2020 at 11:00 am Clark Studio Theater
Performance length: 60 minutes
This show features one or more relaxed performances adapted for neurodiverse audiences, including young people with autism and other disabilities. There are no restrictions around noise or movement, audience members are welcome to leave and re-enter the theater, and adjustments are made to these productions to reduce sensory stimuli.
Visit Kids.LincolnCenter.org/RP for more information and a full listing of this season’s relaxed performances.