2018 release. Grammy winning children's artist Dan Zanes and Haitian-American vocalist and music therapist Claudia Eliaza present the freewheeling musical world of the Night Train 57, an engine powered by 15 original singalongable songs. The husband-wife duo is joined by Mexican percussionist Yuriana Sobrino on this collection of festive sounds made with guitar, trombone, mandolin, flute, harmonica, ukulele, percussion - and of course voices! Recorded to be enjoyed as a stand alone listening experience for families and early childhood educators as well as a disc to be enjoyed by fans of the folk opera. Night Train 57 was significant in the Theater for Young Audiences genre in that it was the first entirely Sensory Friendly work to be commissioned by The Kennedy Center. It premiered in Fall 2017 and will be touring North America for the next several years. Eliaza and Zanes are at the forefront of the emerging Sensory Friendly movement which aims to provide conditions in performing arts venues that are welcoming to a wide variety of families including those who have children with a wide range of needs.