Sensory concerts in Lawson

Children and adults with sensory issues and special needs had a rare opportunity to take part in two disability-inclusive classical concert at Lawson Public School on Sunday, October 20.

The concerts have been designed especially for children and adults with special needs including autism, ADHD and sensory processing disorder who might normally feel overwhelmed in large crowds, or by noise, lights and touch.

The trio was made up by Grace Kim, concert pianist, Kees Boersma, principal double bass, Sydney Symphony and Paul Ghica, who has been studying the cello since age 8.

The next local concert will be on March 7, 2020, at Glenbrook (Lower Mountains Anglican Parish) at 2pm. Tickets have just been released at: https://www.trybooking.com/BGHQF

The website is www.sensoryconcerts.com.au and the group also has an active Facebook page.

Double bass player Kees Boersma, Principal Double Bass, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, shown with some of the audience at a previous concert in Cherrybrook.

Double bass player Kees Boersma, Principal Double Bass, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, shown with some of the audience at a previous concert in Cherrybrook.