Out & About | Musical Concerts for Babies

We all know music (in particular classical/opera/live) has a wonderful effect on children. Have you seen our post on what exactly those effects are? Read more about the benefits in our ‘The Importance of Music’ post here. We’ve got a small round up of Musical Concerts for babies, in and around London and further afield. 

Bach to Baby

The critically acclaimed classical concert series for baby and you.
Outstanding musicians, exhilarating performances, inspiring locations across London and the South East‘. There are more than 15 ‘north of the river venues’ and 12 ‘south of the river venues’. Not to mention special weekend concerts in different locations.There’s bound to be a Bach to Baby near you. Find out more here.

Baby Broadway

Family concerts of show tunes – with West End performers – for parents, babies and children across London. ‘We are thrilled to be taking our family concert to our first festival this year and what a way to start: The Big Feastival is a feelgood festival of food and music for all the family that takes place on Alex James’ (of Britpop band Blur) farm in the Cotswolds!’ Find out more here.

Baritone Baby

Local, live opera for babies, toddlers and you! All-time opera favourites performed by Royal Opera House singers in a relaxed, family-friendly environment! Tickets are £12 per adult online (£15 on the door – cards accepted!) and children go FREE! Suitable for 0-5yrs. Concerts last approximately 45 minutes, and doors open 15 minutes before we start. Currently having a Summer break but they’ll be back in September.

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Have you taken your baby to a classical show? What did you/your baby think of it?

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