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Kyrenia Opera Chorus and Children Chorus to Perform at Autism Symposium

 

The 1st International Symposium for children titled “Autism: Actions not words” will be held on October 19 at 7 PM at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center, in New York.

The keynote speaker will be Ed Tronick PhD, Distinguished Professor UMASS Boston, Research Associate Harvard Medical School.

There will also be a performance by members of the Kyrenia Opera Chorus and Children Chorus, Directed by Constantinos Yiannoudes.

The press release for the event included the message “Love the child in front of you. Give this special child your love, encourage his and her strengths and celebrate any quirks…People with autism deserve to walk on the same path. Get your ticket and walk with us all; do your part of magic.”

Tickets are available online and through the theater box office at 212-220-1460. More information is available at www.MagicAlwaysHappens.org.

 

 

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