Sound Symphony

  • Independent Arts Projects, Skottland (GBR)

Sound Symphony is a new, highly interactive, sensory performance by Ellie Griffiths, made especially for young audiences on the autistic spectrum and with profound and multiple learning difficulties. The performance is a playful journey through music, sound and silence. The show provides a sensory rich environment, where you feel music through your whole body. It celebrates making music your own way, weaving together live classical instruments, singing and a wide range of weird and wonderful sounds. The performance is low capacity to be able to accommodate and engage young people with the most complex needs. 

 Up to 3 accompanying persons.

Ages from 8, within autism spectrum or PMLD.

This performance is part of the theme FUNKTION.

Sound Symphony
Brian Hartley
Sound Symphony
Brian Hartley
Sound Symphony
Brian Hartley

Time and place

09:30 - 10:20
11:30 - 12:20
09:30 - 10:20
11:30 - 12:20

Play time: Time and place will be published the 11th of March!

Voice from audience: “I thought it was incredible. Every child engaged and participated in their own way. The children were encouraged to be themselves through the whole performance, it was very emotional at times.” 

 

Group:

Independent Arts Projects, Skottland (GBR)

Cast:

  • On stage: Sonia Allori, Greg Sinclair, & Shiori Usui
  • Director: Ellie Griffiths
  • Composer: Greg Sinclair