Sounds Sensory

What is Sounds Sensory?

Sounds Sensory sessions explore offers multi-sensory music making in themed in-door spaces. 

Props, fabrics, smells, and sounds transform spaces such as classrooms or community centres into magical worlds. They excite the senses and enable greater engagement in music making.

Soundabout music practitioners support learning Disabled people with complex support needs to explore new environments, develop greater self-expression and communication, and to make choices. 

For outdoor sensory sound making, see Sounds Wild.

Room covered in shiny blue material, fairly lights and white netting to create an under the sea themed space.
Tambourines, drums and sparkly material laid out on a table

Current Sounds Sensory Projects

The current Sounds Sensory theme is ‘A Trip to the Bazaar‘. These small group music sessions use the colours, smells, and sounds of the market as a backdrop for an interactive experience.

Warwick Arts Centre

Learning Disabled adults with complex support needs.

21 March 2024

10.30am-12.30pm & 1.30pm-3.30pm

Redlands Day Centre, Banbury

Learning Disabled adults with complex support needs.

29 February 2024

1.30pm-3.30pm

Sherbourne Fields School, Coventry

February 2024

Please contact us on info@soundabout.org.uk if you are interested in bringing Sounds Sensory to your school or setting.

Fort Royal School, Worcester

March 2024

Please contact us on info@soundabout.org.uk if you are interested in bringing Sounds Sensory to your school or setting.