The Jackson Symphony Orchestra’s first Sensory-Friendly Chamber Concert will occur at 6 pm on June 3rd at Weatherwax Hall in downtown Jackson. The performance will feature a carefully curated program of chamber music pieces specifically chosen to engage and captivate the audience while considering sensory sensitivities. The performance will maintain a relaxed atmosphere, allowing individuals to move freely, make noise, and engage with the music in their preferred way. The chamber concert format offers an intimate and immersive experience, enabling audience members to make a deeper connection with the music and musicians.
To further enhance the sensory-friendly environment, the Jackson Symphony Orchestra has implemented several modifications, including reduced lighting, lowered sound levels, designated quiet rooms, and staff prepared to assist with any additional accommodations needed and support attendees throughout the concert. These adaptations ensure that individuals with sensory sensitivities can fully participate and enjoy the performance.
"We are excited to present a concert that embraces the diverse needs of our community," said Steve Trosin, Executive Director of the Jackson Symphony Orchestra. "By creating a safe and inclusive environment, we strive to make music accessible to all individuals and we invite everyone to join us for this experience."
This is a free event with no ticket purchase necessary thanks to a generous sponsorship from Eaton Corporation. There will also be free take-home fidgets provided by Final Touch Finish Work and Cabinet Retouching. To learn more about the concert please visit jacksonsymphony.org for complete information.
Don't miss this exceptional opportunity for all concert goers to witness the power of music in an inclusive and welcoming setting. The Jackson Symphony Orchestra welcomes everyone to be part of the Sensory-Friendly Chamber Concert on June 3rd at 6 pm.
For inquiries, please contact:
Jackson Symphony Orchestra