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.

“This is the issue underpinning the creation of Sensory Concerts. The new concert series offers a changed performance environment in which people with sensory needs are still able to access classical music, and won’t be overwhelmed by the lights, noises, and crowds that you’d find within most concert hall experiences.

“The series was founded by Grace Kim, who is on a mission to help fight social isolation felt by people with sensory needs; and to provide people of all ages and their families with a relaxed and judgement-free musical space.”

Read the full article at CutCommon here