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Live streaming from my living room is challenging. First off - let's all get on the same page - when I am performing I am generally looking at the BACK of my devices - not the screen, because if they were forward facing all the...

As many of you are aware there is a quarantine in effect for us possibly until the end of May 2020. So we are live streaming shows on our Turtle Dance Music Instagram and Facebook Live. I have been learning so much by live streaming....

We are so excited to share our Wonderful Musical World of Dr. Seuss Show today with an autism center in Long Island! We have put several of Theodore Geisel's wonderful books to music and we have fascinating insights into his life and work from his...

Yesterday I performed 5 back-to-back shows at an autism center in Long Island called Barbara C. Wilson Pre-School. I have performed at this school for the past several years. Here is an excerpt from a letter of recommendation which the PTA shared with us: "Mr. Matt...

We're starting 4-week residencies are multiple New York Public Library branches for the month of March. We will be at Richmondtown Branch (Staten Island) every Monday at 11 A.M., Eastchester Branch (The Bronx) every Tuesday at 11:00 A.M., and The City Island Branch (The Bronx)...

Scrak's Big Adventure Is Now On Youtube! Hello friends! We are releasing the musical video companion for our book “Scrak’s Big Adventure.” You can follow along with your copy of the book. We write personalized/special notes to everyone who orders a copy of the book...

We had an amazing time at the Longwood Library today in Middle Island, NY. A huge group of adults with developmental and physical disabilities came through and sang some stellar karaoke. They were rockstars. My favorite thing about doing karaoke is that nobody wants to be...

Ever since I got my graduate degree from the Center for Autism and Early Childhood Mental Health at Montclair State University I have been creating and sharing artistic works and music concerts/classes for children, teens and adults with special needs. Take a look at this...

Another exciting feature of the new book is that we introduce "neurotypical" kids to common self-stimulatory activities (or physical activities that help calm down one's body when they are overwhelmed) for people with autism. My brother-in-law would flap his hands, jump up and down and...