Music therapy students and faculty will present “Trending Now: #SFC,” a virtual, inclusive, sensory-friendly concert experience from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 3, via Zoom. The free event features performances by Shenandoah Conservatory music therapy students, as well as students from throughout the conservatory, including Fin Willner, ’23 (Professional Studies Program for Music Therapy Certification Eligibility) and Mei An ’23 (Professional Studies Program for Music Therapy Certification Eligibility) on guitar and piano. Accommodations include a quiet breakout room, ASL interpretation, multiple modes of engagement, closed captioning and intentional music programming.
This virtual sensory-friendly concert is presented as part of Didactic Music Therapy Practices, an academic course in Shenandoah’s music therapy program. Under the guidance of Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music Therapy Kerry Devlin ’17, M.M.T., MT-BC., students in the course are responsible for collaborating as a community to organize concert logistics, including program planning and concert structure, accommodations, developing relationships with community partners, producing advertising materials, rehearsals and more.
Complete the Registration for Trending Now: #SFC Google Form to learn more and register to attend.