Ben Pope Conductor
Tim Steiner Workshop Leader
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Join the world-renowned Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in a fun-filled, relaxed concert for everyone, especially children and adults with autism, sensory and communication impairments or learning disabilities, as well as individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind or partially sighted.
A twenty-five-piece orchestra will introduce the world of orchestral music through classical masterpieces, well-known TV and film themes, sing-alongs, interactive games and more. This concert is relaxed, so it’s perfect for anyone who may need to move around, vocalise or take a few minutes’ break in a quiet space outside the auditorium. At the end of the main concert you’ll be invited to take part in optional activities, moving around the venue to try out instruments, meet musicians and even learn how to conduct!
This concert features BSL interpretation, audio description and a supporting social story. There will be increased wheelchair accessibility in the venue.
Produced by Orchestras Live and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in partnership with The Hexagon and Berkshire Maestros and supported by Strategic Touring Funds from Arts Council England.
Children (U14) / Senior Citizens: £7
Booking fees may apply