The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is committed to providing an environment that is inclusive and welcoming to all patrons. Each year, we host a sensory friendly performance that is customized especially for those with autism spectrum disorders or who have other disabilities that create sensory sensitivities. In addition to our annual sensory friendly concert, all Fiddlesticks and Schooltime concerts also have sensory friendly accommodations available. Please ask your ticketing representative for more information or call us at 412-392-4900.

Sensory Friendly Icon  What is a sensory friendly performance?

Sensory friendly performances are musical experiences customized especially for patrons with autism spectrum disorders or other disabilities that create sensory sensitivities. Designed in consultation with leading occupational therapy experts, sensory friendly performances provide an opportunity for patrons of all ages to engage in multisensory pre-concert activities and enjoy a symphony concert together with family and friends in a relaxed, inclusive environment.

Modifications typically available at sensory friendly performances include:

For questions about sensory friendly performances, please ask your ticketing representative or call Heinz Hall at 412-392-4900.




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