The Blue Piano Concert for Autism

Kawai Piano Dallas proudly presents Ethan Olaes…the first autistic Young Kawai Artist!

This event is truly unique and something special happening in Plano on June 10th.

Ethan Olaes Piano Autism


At the age of 12, Ethan began studying at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, one of the nation’s top music schools. At 16, he made his debut at Carnegie Hall in New York City. “He’s a glowing inspiration,” said Robert Gallagher, a manager at the Mattlin-Hyde Piano Company. “Music travels in families, and Ethan is an example of that.”

Ethan’s father and grandmother are accomplished pianists, but Ethan is a musical prodigy. He has perfect pitch and can play more than eight instruments.


Ethan is Kawai’s first Young Autistic Artist, and he and others like him are part of a larger vision that includes hosting concerts at Kawai’s corporate stores as well as those in our dealer network – to raise funds and awareness for autism and organizations that are focused on the same ultimate goals.

Kawai understands that music is a universal language, and that it speaks to the heart, regardless of language, ethnicity, or country of origin – and Ethan speaks to our hearts not with words but with his music.

Blue Piano Concert for Autism Plano

Thank you for being a part of this momentous occasion, and Kawai Dallas appreciates your support. We look forward to hosting many more events like this in the future, and we hope that you’ll be a part of our cause.

Please visit the link below to purchase tickets:

Admission is $25 per person, however, they will accept any love offering.

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