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Sensory Friendly Concert audience in the Target Atrium

Sensory-Friendly Concert

Cello and Bass Trombone

Sat Feb 26, 2022 | 11am CT

Orchestra Hall

~50 minutes with no intermission

Join us in the Target Atrium for an engaging and interactive concert which is hosted by Lyndie Walker, MT-BC, from Toneworks Music Therapy Services, and features Minnesota Orchestra cellist Esther Seitz and bass trombonist Lovrick Gary, as well as talented guest musicians from the audience. 

We require either proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a dated negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within the last 72 hours prior to entrance or event for anyone entering Orchestra Hall, including children. Adults must also present a photo ID. Full vaccination means your visit to Orchestra Hall is at least two weeks after your final dose of a vaccine. Boosters are recommended but not required for entry. Negative LFTs and antibody/serology tests will not be accepted. 

Be mindful of testing site hours and test result turnaround. If you are unable to complete testing or don't get your results back in time, we will issue a refund. View safety protocols.

Masks are required everywhere inside Orchestra Hall for everyone at all times, including during the performance. Read this helpful resource about mask-wearing from the Autism Society of Minnesota.

A Few Things to Know

  • The Minnesota Orchestra's Sensory-Friendly small ensemble concerts are inclusive experiences for patrons of all ages and abilities, including individuals on the autism spectrum and those with sensory sensitivities.
  • Concerts take place in a relaxed environment where all audience members are welcome to be who they are while enjoying music with family and friends.
  • Fidgets, noise-canceling headphones and quiet spaces are available at all Sensory-Friendly Concerts. A pre-visit story and program are also available to help you prepare for the event; scroll down the page for these resources. Stand-alone chairs provide for flexible seating and open space is available for those who wish to sit on the floor or move around the room.

Date & Time



Accessibility Services

  • Large Print Programs
  • Service Animals
  • Wheelchair & Accessible Seating

Additional services are available upon request.

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.