Michael Fuller is a musician like no other. Able to conjure complex music from his mind, he’s invented a new language of sounds and composes his own symphonic arrangements. In celebration of World Autism Awareness Week, he’ll perform self-composed operatic tracks, including Great is the Grief, plus other well-known classical pieces. You’ll also have time to ask Michael questions during a Q&A.
Performance: Michael Fuller
Featured on the BBC’s Amazing Humans, Michael Fuller is a self-taught musician, pianist and singer who has autism. At just 12, he created his own language of sounds and composed his first classical piece.