Autism awareness concert to be held this weekend

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A concert to be held in Monmouth County this weekend will raise awareness for those who have autism.

“Stormin” Norman Seldin, a longtime fixture of the New Jersey music industry, will be featured in concert along with other veteran performers. All will be playing Steinway pianos. One of the performers was diagnosed with autism when he was a young child.

“The show is so special, and we hope they'll come out for the autism awareness and see that the child who’s had autism since he was 3, what he can do,” Seldin says.

The concert will be held Saturday night at the Pollack Theater at Monmouth University in West Long Branch. Ticket information can be found at the university’s website.

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