Help launch our first Sensory Concerts CD!

DONATE HERE! We are excited to launch our first crowdfunding campaign for the Sensory Concerts® CD project! Our patrons often ask if there’s a CD recording to continue the experience after our concerts. This Sensory Concerts® CD project will make it possible!...

More Sensory Concerts for 2019

We’re thrilled to bring you more Sensory Concerts this year, featuring extraordinary musicians and the support of wonderful therapists. Experience a high-quality live classical concert, especially designed for children and adults with sensory/special needs...

Sensory Concerts coming to Glenbrook in April

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...

Book a Sensory Concert for your child’s school

Sensory Concerts are now available for school incursions! We can bring our Sensory Concerts to your child’s school. CONTACT US TO BOOK A SENSORY CONCERT   About Sensory Concerts Sensory Concerts are specially designed for children and adults with sensory or special...

Leonard the Lyrebird: World Premiere

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...

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...

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...

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...