Forest Hills’ Central Queens Y will host an interactive concert for individuals with autism and their families this coming weekend.
The concert, which is being hosted by Little Neck’s Samuel Field Y and Music for Autism, will take place at the Central Queens Y, located at 67-09 108th St. in Forest Hills, on Oct. 20 at 1 p.m.
Erich Schoene Rene, the show’s performer, is the principal cellist of the Chelsea Symphony and regular performer with Distinguished Concerts International New York, the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas and numerous other orchestral and chamber ensembles.
He has also played with Joan Tower, Bill Whelan, Akiko Sasaki, Athena Tergis and Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg. His recordings span everything from electronic music and indy-rock to an ongoing project to record Bach’s six suites for solo cello.
The show is for individuals with autism as well as their families. Those interested in attending must RSVP by calling 877-863-7473 or visiting Music for Autism’s website.
Admission is free.