June 23: Inala disability services, Cherrybrook, Sydney
July 20: Recitals Australia, Adelaide
August 12: Newcastle Festival
November 24: Kensington Park Community Centre, Sydney
We can’t wait to bring you more classical music concerts featuring our extraordinary musicians, wonderful supporting therapists and beautiful music.
Music for your special needs
Your Music Incorporated is a non-profit organisation that provides high-quality live classical music concerts for children and adults with disabilities or special needs. Concerts are specially designed for those who cannot attend traditional concert settings, such as concert halls, due to their personal circumstances. Our passionate team design and perform concerts for people with special needs including:
- Autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Sensory processing disorders
- Poor health
- Lack of social support
- Limited transport options
- Personal reasons for avoiding large public spaces.
Help support our special needs music programs
Your Music Inc is an Australian registered charity run by volunteers. We rely on the generosity and support of the community to operate. Your financial donation will help Your Music Inc. keep its concert program available to people with special needs. We are grateful to everyone who supports our organisation. Thank you!
Designed for children and adults with sensory processing disorders or special needs, including Autism and ADHD.
Programmed by experienced pedagogues, our school concerts are educational, fun and interactive!
We bring high-quality classical music concerts to your aged-care facility, performing music that comforts and inspires.
Providing the therapeutic benefits of live classical music for patients in hospital, and bringing relief from the daily hospital routine.
NEWS AND EVENTS
Glenbrook Sensory Concerts: 10.30am and 11:45am, Saturday April 6. Lower Mountains Anglican Parish, 1 Wascoe Street Glenbrook. BOOK TICKETS HERE! Children and adults with sensory issues and special needs have a rare opportunity to take part in an inclusive classical...read more
Sensory Concerts are now available for school incursions! We can bring our Sensory Concerts to your child’s school. About Sensory Concerts...read more
Leonard the Lyrebird: A Musical Story by Ian Munro If you are looking for a wonderful musical family experience among animals and nature, this new Australian work by Ian Munro – Leonard the Lyrebird: A Musical Story is definitely for you! Based on the children's book...read more
We attended our first Sensory Concert today & loved it. To be able to enjoy live classical music as a family was magical and something we thought we may never be able to do. For Ollie to be able to be himself in such an inclusive environment was wonderful. This is a beautiful concept and we look forward to attending more concerts in the future.Warrick Tandy
Thank you for today’s lovely concert. Great repertoire, excellent musicians and a very relaxed ambiance. Please organise some more concerts in Melbourne.Jeffrey Segal
Just had an amazing morning here with my autistic daughter! The musicians were top notch, the space was beautiful and light, and absolutely every part of it was designed to be accessible for autistic kids. My daughter, J, watched the first part of the concert on a crash mat with a fluffy blanket and a velvet cushion (sensory heaven for her). There was an OT there who bought J playdough when she wanted to focus but was having trouble. J watched the second part of the concert from outside the big window running and laughing in time with the music. I couldn’t be happier!Shannon Muriel
It’s hard enough keeping young children without special needs settled during performances, so what was really impressive about the concert was to see an environment where parents were able to relax and their children were able to respond to the music in their own way. It was an inclusive environment, with beautiful violin, cello and piano performances. I would certainly love to see more of this happen in the Mountains.Susan Templeman