The Miracle Project

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The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation

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The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation (DJF Foundation) and the Miracle Project New York are excited to announce that “NYC Overload” an original song written and performed by participants in the Miracle Project New York was recorded on June 30, 2013 with a grant from the DJF Foundation in the amount of $13,382. ” We are thrilled to create this opportunity for the talented musicians and artists at the Miracle Project New York to experience recording their music at a professional studio and then to share this recording with the world. We think ‘NYC Overload’ would be a great song to promote the City of New York and we plan on sharing the recording with Mayor Bloomberg,” said Linda Walder Fiddle, Founder and Executive Director of The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation.  Linda came up with the idea for the group to record their song after attending a recent Miracle Project performance with Elaine Hall, Founder and Executive Director of the Miracle Project. “Its an awesome song about NYC, and the universal experience of autism.” Aaron Feinstein the director of The Miracle Project NY brought the Miracle Project to New York under his direction after developing the program with Hall in Los Angeles in 2004.  “The Miracle Project celebrates children with autism around the world, and its truly an honor  to work with The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation to bring this incredible song to a wider audience,” Hall adds. 
“We look forward to the success of this exciting collaboration…and maybe even a Grammy…anything is possible as we open the doors to all  aspects of community life for people living with Autism,” Linda adds.
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