The performance is SOLD OUT!
Westminster Presbyterian Church
2040 Washington Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15241
The December 11 performance will be customized for those with autism spectrum disorders or who have disabilities that create sensory sensitivities. The concert length will be 60 minutes without an intermission, and the focus will be on creating a welcoming environment that includes a relaxing of traditional “concert rules” leaving patrons free to get up, make noise (talk, clap, sing!), move around, and leave/return to the concert space as desired. The use of iPads and other electronics will be allowed along with sensory fidget toys and other items that will be available for use during the performance. Quiet spaces will be available should patrons need a break.
Pre-concert activities will begin at 1:30pm. Attendees can come at any time during the hour before the performance to engage in several activities aimed at exploring your musical voice and body, and goodie bags with various materials you can use and take home like fidgets!
For more information please view the following below! The pre-visit story and tip sheet provide you with a neat way to view all the information you need prior to arriving at the concert venue, while the playlist will give you an idea of what songs will be performed!
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Vinay Thomas via E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 469-422-5606.
Westminster Presbyterian Church is located directly off of Washington Road in Upper St. Clair. Parking is available within the church parking lots. They can be accessed via Orr Road or Devonwood Drive. Enter the building through the front doors facing Washington Road. Patrons with mobility concerns may enter the church via the ramp to the right side of the church building, facing Washington Road. For questions about the sensory friendly performance, please contact Vinay Thomas at email@example.com or call 469-422-5606.
Proof of vaccination is required for entry to all concerts. Children under 12 and guests who need reasonable accommodations due to a medical exception or a sincerely held religious belief must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test within the last 72 hours. Masks will be required of all patrons whenever Allegheny County is in the CDC’s “substantial” or “high” community transmission levels (which, as of today, it currently is).