We're so glad that you're joining us for “We’re HEAR at the Kimmel: A Sensory-Friendly Concert.” This concert is designed to create a welcoming environment for children with sensory sensitivities and cognitive and learning differences, as well as anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed environment.
You will be invited to sing along (don’t worry, we’ll teach you!) on Hannibal’s “Hymn for the World,” to conduct the “Radetzky” March from your seats, and to perform on Tan Dun’s Passacaglia: Secret of Wind and Birds. This last piece weaves together the ancient sounds of birds with modern technology, including you and your smartphone. Instructions below:
- Prior to arriving at the Kimmel Center, please download the below audio file on your smartphone
Download the Audio
- Find your way back to this file on your device and have it queued and ready to play at the beginning of the performance. Please be sure that your device is silenced before the performance begins in order to prevent unwanted noises.
- While we highly recommend you download the file prior to the performance, if you’re unable to download the file you can stream it here: