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Sensory Friendly Concerts

Belle Voci is pleased to present Sensory Friendly concerts twice per season at East Liberty Presbyterian Church's Social Hall. We believe that music is for everyone, and the following provisions aid in our patrons' enjoyment of these performances:

  • Shorter in length performance

  • Option to tour facilities before the performance

  • Freedom to move around as needed during the performance

  • Patrons may talk, make noise, or leave their seats during the performance

  • Performance at a lower volume

  • Performance lights remain on low

  • Patrons may bring their own manipulatives and support items

  • Some sensory support items (gadgets, earplugs, manipulatives) provided

  • Quiet area available within the venue

  • Trained volunteers to assist patrons as needed

  • Help desk available for extra assistance

Please contact President and Accessibility Coordinator, Craig Cannon at for all Sensory Friendly performance information, ticket provisions, and special offerings. Complimentary tickets and transportation arrangements are funded by grants, and we are grateful for their support. 


Suzannah Cannon

Suzannah Cannon is currently a 2-6th grade autistic support teacher in a title 1 school in central pennsylvania.  She has been teaching special education for the past 11 years, and has a masters in special education with an autism certificate.   She is passionate about creating lessons and opportunities for all learners to experience and explore the world around them.

Mara Letterle

 Mara Letterle is currently the Brentwood Elementary general music teacher, 4th and 5th grade band and choir director and the assistant director of the Brentwood High School marching band. She received her B.S in music education and a B.A. in Theater from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She performs professionally around the Pittsburgh area as a solo performer, a member of the Belle Voce choir, and the section leader and soloist for Third Presbyterian Church in Shadyside. Previously, she worked for Arlington K-8 for the Pittsburgh Public School District. She is excited to be able to bring new music experiences to the Pittsburgh area!

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