Come home to Sonos House. We’re filling a landmark Sydney home with a two-week program of cool tunes, compelling conversation, exhibitions, product experiences and storytelling with change-makers from the worlds of music and the culture. And you’re invited…to turn off, tune in, and Listen Better.
Don’t be silent.
There’s plenty to talk about. From spirited discussions around overcoming cultural ADHD to promoting diversity and mental well being in the music industry, we’re starting conversations about the issues confronting sonic culture and bringing together influencers, artists, consumers and the media for an immersive listening experience that demands our full attention.
Our eclectic program of events features a line-up of talent taking a different approach to activism and addressing current cultural challenges. Features range from round-tables with non-profits and thought leaders to musicians revealing the stories behind the music that inspires them in their personal ‘Song Stories’.
And we’re doing it all at Sonos House from July 10 – 21. Let’s get together to Listen Better.
Sonos House is about taking a different approach to activism in music and sonic culture.
For two weeks only, we’ve transformed a former Masonic Lodge, tobacco factory and grand private residence into a Sonos home. A home filled with music. A home styled by the creative crew at House of Orange and HK Living. A home where you can have a coffee and work from a comfy couch, join a round-table with thought-provoking artists, take a mind-and-body fitness class or watch a movie. A home where you can enjoy a photographic exhibition, get hands-on with Sonos’ latest products, share after-work drinks or listen to an album from start to finish…with no distractions.
Our new grants program is a key element of our mission to Listen Better.
Sonos products are created by the fusion of art, technology and engineering, so we’re committing our people, our power, our places and our resources to support activist organisations fighting censorship and inequality, promoting music education and driving community engagement in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM).
Why? To recognise those who are agitating for change on behalf of the disadvantaged; and to ensure technology benefits sonic culture and inspires the next generation of artists, scientists and engineers.