Performance

Xenia Concerts, Phoenix the Fire and Kyla Charter: Seeing the Music!

Image of two woman; the one of the left is smiling over her shoulder, and the woman on the right playing a guitar and singing

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$5 tickets

Ticketing

@ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Performance

Xenia Concerts, Phoenix the Fire and Kyla Charter: Seeing the Music!

Saturday, March 11, 11 AM
Jackman Hall, Art Gallery of Ontario

Join Xenia Concerts for a family-friendly performance by Kyla Charter that embraces neurodiversity and disability. This sensory-friendly performance will include songs by Canadian musical icons, including Leonard Cohen, paired with artwork from the AGO Collection and Musical ASL Interpretation.

Lending her soulful vocals with elevated harmony, singer-songwriter Kyla Charter has lent her voice, and rhythm guitar playing, to a number of acts from Alessia Cara to Patrick Watson. The young artist is currently focusing on her solo artistry, in support of her critically acclaimed debut album Edible Flowers.

A Tkaronto-based actor, Gaitrie Killings is a theatre maker who develops facial expressions and body languages to bring Deaf/hearing actors to work together on the stage in physical theatre styles. Gaitrie continually seeks to challenge herself through new techniques and learning from her mentors who specialize in ASL musical and theatre styles. She founded Phoenix The Fire.

Xenia Concerts works with the neurodiversity and disability communities to design, produce, and present exceptional family-friendly concerts that embrace neurodiversity and disability. Accessibility and inclusion are at the core of Xenia’s artistic programming, and the concert environment is designed to adapt to the diverse needs and interests of audience members who identify as neurodivergent or having a disability. Xenia Concerts welcomes all listeners! 

  • All expressions welcome! Feel free to make noise, get up or stim!

  • Wheelchair accessible venue

  • Gender-neutral, wheelchair accessible washrooms

  • Venue Guide (Visual Story)

  • Accessible e-programs and listening guide emailed before event

  • Fidget toys and noise-reducing headphones are available (please bring your own if you can)

  • Flexible seating and a separate area for breaks

  • Movement breaks

  • Visual schedule during the performance

  • Musical ASL interpretation

For more information about accessible seating, discounts for support persons and other accommodations please contact us at 416 979 6608.



For requests for Verbal Description, American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation and/or live captioning for online and onsite programming, please provide three weeks notice in advance of the event date. The AGO will make every effort to provide accommodation for requests made with less than three weeks notice. Please note that automated captioning is available for all online programs. For onsite visits, the AGO offers these supports for an accessible visit. Please contact us to make a request for these or other accessibility accommodations. Learn more about accessibility at the AGO.

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