The brilliant musicians from Orchestra 360, our inclusive ensemble, gave an amazing performance last weekend as part of Brighton Dome's access open day. The crowd loved every moment as this talented troupe showed their adoring audience just how fun music making can be for everyone.
Access Open Day is an annual event where Brighton Dome opens up to the public to inform everyone of the accessible services they provide. As part of the day there is an exciting range of inclusive activities such as heritage tours, workshops and musical and spoken word performances. The space is also opened up to a wide range of local organisations so they can share information on the accessible services they offer.
With over 200 people in attendance throughout the day, the Orchestra 360 ensemble was well and truly a magnificent highlight that ended with a standing ovation.
Orchestra 360 is an inclusive creative music group for children and young people with special educational needs/disabilities and their parents/carers and siblings in the Brighton Area. Anyone interested in making music is invited to join and you do not need any prior experience. We also have this fantastic offering in Eastbourne too which is called Pier One. You can find out more info and join our ensembles below.