December 9th 3:00 p.m. 

Svetlana Smolina 

​St. Paul United Church of Christ, Belleville

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Enjoy the Music Live!

Join us in the intimate surroundings of St. Paul United Church of Christ for an evening with Svetlana Smolina as she performs on their beautiful Steinway piano. New York Times critiques have hailed her performances as "having plenty of fervor...yet being nuanced, dusky and organic...Mesmerizing."

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Open to everyone. A Sensory-friendly concert is a concert that allows people with autism and others to attend a concert in a safe and accepting environment. Audience members are welcome to get up, dance, shout, or sing. There will be spaces available where audience members can experience music at the level of sensory stimuli that is comfortable for them.