Music & Performing Arts

The Benefits of Music for Autistic Children

Child playing the drum

A look into how regular exposure to music can be used to help children with ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder)

Music is a powerful source of communication because it has the ability to reach anyone and everyone.  Quite like nothing else, exposure to music on a regular basis allows people of any age, gender, with or without learning difficulty, deafness, blindness or other disability, to experience its effects in some way.  Even though music is usually associated with being something you listen to with your ears, there are a series of pitches that can also be felt by touch, such as the vibrations caused when a drum is played which can be of great benefit to children with an auditory disability.

DAC Beachcroft LLP joins forces with Bristol Music Trust to boost inclusive music making in the city

Music making

Music making opportunities for young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities is given a boost, thanks to a new partnership announced today (14 December) between Bristol Music Trust and DAC Beachcroft LLP. 

The leading international law firm will support Bristol Music Trust’s inclusive arts education programme, A New Ambition for Inclusive Excellence.
The programme aims to develop a sustainable and long-term strategy that delivers a high-quality, inclusive music offer to those in most need, setting a new standard of excellence for music education in the Greater Bristol area.

Booking now open: relaxed performance of peter pan     

peter pan  

BOOKING NOW OPEN: RELAXED PERFORMANCE OF PETER PAN     

Olivier Theatre, Saturday 21 January, 2pm

Plus:

RELAXED WORKSHOP: Junk Puppets

Saturday 21 January, 11am, Duffield Studio 

RELAXED FAMILY SCREENINGS: Bill

Saturday 11 February, 11.30am, Cottesloe Room

PETER PAN 

A co-production with Bristol Old Vic.  Devised by the Companies, based on the works of JM Barrie

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