Celebrating the Spectrum Finale Concert

Venue: Cook Recital Hall. Free and open to the public.

Celebrating the Spectrum Finale Concert

Celebrating the Spectrum participants and attendees enjoy a week of classes, mentoring, performances, lectures and more.

An annual week-long festival in July, Celebrating the Spectrum, is held at the College of Music 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. 

The festival culminates with a concert featuring participants, faculty and student mentors. Saturday, July 21, 11:00 a.m. Cook Recital Hall, Music Building. Free and open to the public. The public is also invited to attend the free Mentor Concert on Monday, July 16, 6:00 p.m. also in Cook Recital Hall.

Visit the “Celebrating the Spectrum: A Festival of Music and Life” page for more details.

Video recap from 2016 event

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