Sensory-Friendly Concert IIIin the Target Atrium
Tue Apr 25, 2023
A Few Things to Know
- The Minnesota Orchestra’s Sensory-Friendly small ensemble concerts are inclusive experiences for patrons of all ages, including individuals with autism or 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, and a pre-visit story will be available at least two weeks before the event. 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
Lyndie Walker, MT-BC, is the Owner and a Board-Certified Music Therapist at Toneworks Music Therapy Services, LLC. She received a double Bachelor’s degree in Music Performance and Music Therapy from the University of Minnesota. Lyndie works as both a music therapist and adaptive lesson teacher with individuals of all ages and abilities in both group and individual settings. She frequently presents on topics such as music therapy and community experiences, building inclusive music environments in public schools, and collaborative experiences with women-owned small businesses.
As an avid supporter of neurodiversity and self-advocates, she hosts Sensory Friendly Atrium Concerts with the Minnesota Orchestra, and directs “Art for All” an inclusive summer art and music camp.
- ASL Interpretation
- Armless & Bariatric Chairs
- Assistive Listening Devices
- Large-Print Programs
- Open Captioning
- Noise-Cancelling Headphones
- Service Animals
- Wheelchair & Accessible Seating
Additional services are available upon request.