We are delighted to continue our classicalkids.ie journey by sharing with you the life and music of Antonio Vivaldi. (Next Sunday 29th September @1130)
In this interactive concert, we will be presenting a selection from Vivaldi’s ‘Four Seasons’, played live by professional musicians, whilst also exploring his life and times.
We will also be playing some fun and educational music games throughout the concert, and will be ending with a singalong as well as a few surprises!
The session will last 45 minutes to an hour.
It is our aim to always make our events as affordable as possible.
Our events are FREE to children who are accompanied by an adult.
(maximum 3 children per adult)
An adult ticket costs 15 euro. We think this presents great value for money!
For large groups, please contact us directly and we would be happy to arrange a visit to your school/crèche!
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For those of who are new to classicalkids.ie, here’s an introduction to us:
Classicalkids.ie was formed in 2013 by mums Aura & Sylvia. As professional musicians, we share a strong desire to spread the joy of live chamber music with parents, babies and children, in a relaxed and child-centred atmosphere.
Too often in the earlier years of parenting, concert-going is synonymous with the stress and pressure of keeping babies and children still and quiet. That’s if they are even allowed to be there at all!
Not at classicalkids.ie. We believe interacting in a natural way, whether that’s dancing, making a noise, or playing, is key to absorbing all that the world of classical music has to offer.
We have play-mats, colouring, toys, lego and music worksheets to facilitate this musical journey for kids of all ages.
Meanwhile, for the adults, the opportunity to bring refreshments, sit back, relax & enjoy live music in an informal and accessible community-based setting.