Making Chior and Music More Accessible to those with Vision Loss!

by | Mar 6, 2024

SEAC’s Kiki Cassavechia Smith and Joette Vahey from Goodwill Enterprises collaborated this weekend with Mount Hope World Singers for an Interactive Presentation and Sensitivity Training class. The class taught inclusive etiquette and to help the MHWS choir become more accessible for those with vison loss!

MHWS has successfully pursued grant funding to develop methodology allowing people not able to read music to learn and participate with their group. Their insistence on inclusivity is one of the many reasons SEAC proud to call them our community partner. We look forward to their performance at our Total Eclipse of the Park on April 8.

Thank you to everyone who attended!