The NJSO performs in multiple venues throughout the state of New Jersey, and accessibility services vary by location. Please call 1.800.ALLEGRO (255.3476), and press option 3 for Patron Services with any questions or requests, so that we can help you have the best concert experience possible.
All of our regular concert halls are wheelchair accessible and have wheelchair seating sections and designated parking (first come, first served). Please inform Patron Services if you need wheelchair seating. Tickets are based on availability.
Elevators to upper sections are available only at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) in Newark and Mayo Performing Arts Center in Morristown.
Assistance dogs are welcome at any performance; special seating arrangements are not required.
Large-print program notes are available at every performance; please ask an usher for a copy. Program notes are also available electronically on our website at least two weeks before the performance.
Sign-language interpretation is available upon request with one week notice; please email the NJSO ADA coordinator at [email protected].
If you have an ADA concern or complaint, please email the NJSO ADA coordinator at [email protected].
Special Programs for People with Disabilities
Chamber music programs for people with autism
A core offering of its REACH chamber music program, the NJSO Autism Community Program brings the musical magic of the orchestra to children and adults with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Specially trained NJSO musicians create singular opportunities for New Jerseyans with ASD to interact with their world through the experience of live music. Performed by NJSO musicians, these “sensory-friendly” chamber music programs annually enthrall more than 2,000 people with ASD, their educators and support staff.
The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra gratefully acknowledges The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey and Johnson & Johnson for their generous support of this program.