On Saturday 8 May 2021, join the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Cybec Assistant Conductor Nicholas Bochner, for a relaxed, sensory-friendly performance specifically designed for young people, families and those caring for someone with autism, a disability or a sensory sensitivity.
The MSO presents Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf, a classic introduction for the young - and young at heart - to the sights and sounds of a symphony orchestra.
The irreverent story of Peter and his menagerie of animals has resonated deeply with generations of children, and this special MSO production has been developed to bring the imaginative world of music alive for young audiences through puppets from award-winning puppeteers Annie Forbes and Tim Denton, led by actor and narrator Joey Lai.
This performance will take place in Hamer Hall, a safe and relaxed environment with elements adapted to reduce anxiety and discomfort.
Secure your tickets today at www.mso.com.au/whats-on/2021/relaxed-sensory-friendly-peter-and-the-wolf.
Early bookings are advised.
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