Sensory-friendly Relaxed Concerts | Adelaide Symphony Orchestra

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Relaxed Concerts by the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra

The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra (ASO) is excited to announce a new series of sensory-friendly, relaxed concerts, which are designed with accessibility in mind.

The ASO is committed to offering exceptional musical experiences that are accessible to all South Australians. The new initiative will see the development, commissioning and performance of a new concert for relaxed audiences, as well as designing a holistic experience through foyer and venue design elements and pre-concert venue wayfinding and communications.

Relaxed performances are created with accessibility in mind, designed to make artistic experiences and spaces more welcoming and comfortable for neuro-diverse audience members, anyone on the autism spectrum, and people with sensory and/or communication disorders or learning disabilities.

With elements such as adjusted lighting and sound, and sensory friendly break-out spaces, many children and their families will be able to enjoy a live concert for the very first time.

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First Relaxed Concert:

Milli, Jack and the Dancing Cat | Saturday 23 October 2021 – 10am 

Presented by Susan Ferguson, this first relaxed concert will feature a brand new work by emerging South Australian composer, Rachel Bruerville, based on the Australian children’s book Milli, Jack and the Dancing Cat by Stephen Michael King, an author who has lived experience of disability.

Tickets:

  • Adult $10
  • Concession $10
  • Family 2A & 2C (MUST BUY 4) | $7.50
  • Child (2-14yrs) | $5
  • Companion Card | $0

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For more information and all enquiries please visit the ASO website.

What:   Relaxed Concerts

When:    First concert – Saturday 23 October 2021 at 10am 

Where:  Grainger Studio | 91 Hindley St, Adelaide 

Who:   Audiences with sensory sensitivities and their families/carers

At Play & Go Adelaide we make every effort to provide accurate information to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. We recommend confirming times, dates and details directly before making any plans as details may be subject to change.

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