High-quality classical music concerts for children and adults with special needs

 

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Thank you to everyone who came to our Christmas Sensory Concert!

It was wonderful too meet everyone who came to our first Sensory Concert in Sydney’s Hills District!

We were thrilled by this feedback from patron Warrick Tandy:

“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.”

If you have attended one of our concerts and would like to give some feedback, please contact us or go to our facebook page

 

Your Music Incorporated is an Australian registered charity 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 concerts are designed for people with special needs including:

  • Autism spectrum disorder
  • Sensory processing disorders
  • Disability
  • Dementia
  • Poor health
  • Lack of social support
  • Limited transport options
  • Personal reasons for avoiding large public spaces.

Find out more about Your Music and our concerts

Sensory Concerts

Designed for children and adults with sensory processing disorders or special needs, including Autism spectrum disorder.

Hospital Concerts

Providing the therapeutic benefits of live classical music for patients in hospital, and bringing relief from the daily hospital routine.

School Concerts

Programmed by experienced pedagogues, our school concerts are educational, fun and interactive!

Home Concerts

Catering for those who cannot travel to a public space, or who would like to host a concert at home with friends and family.

Aged Care Concerts

Minimising the complex operation of transporting your clients to and from venues, we bring concerts to you.

NEWS AND EVENTS

Special Christmas Sensory Concert in December

Sensory Concerts are coming to Sydney's Hills District for a special Christmas edition! Come join our relaxed space, with various seating, and high-quality musical performances. Onsite therapist support available to help with regulation for sensory or special needs....

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Grace Kim chats to CutCommon magazine

Thank you CutCommon magazine for the article on Sensory Concerts by Stephanie Eslake! "The concert hall is the most commonly accepted method of disseminating classical music to listeners in a ‘live’ space. But it’s not a space that is suitable to every individual....

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Tips for coming to a Sensory Concert

We can't wait to bring Sensory Concerts to Sydney! Here are some tips for coming to a concert, from Josey Sharpe, our occupational therapist: Firstly, there are no “expectations” of behaviour! Your child is okay to move around the room if needed. The expected...

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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

Hills District audience member

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

Audience member

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

Audience member

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

Member of Parliament