It is finally time for babies, toddlers and young children to enjoy fun musical songs and games together!
Music has an extremely positive effect on a child’s development. This event uses singing, movement and play to support cognitive, language and motor skills. The playful session is an engaging introduction to music both for young children who attended classes prior to lockdowns as well as new arrivals born during the pandemic. The emphasis is on fun: tickling games, bouncing songs and lullabies which bring music to life.
Class leader Roseanne Brackenridge will run the session at a dedicated, safe outdoor space behind Glasgow Tramway and follow the latest guidelines from the Scottish Government.
|0 – 4 years:||12:00 – 12.40pm|
|4 – 7 years:||13:00 – 13.40pm|
For safety reasons, no instruments will be handed out. Attendees are asked to bring the following and to dress appropriately for the weather:
- a teddy
- a blanket to sit on
- something to shake (e.g. bottle filled with dry rice or pasta)
- something to jingle (e.g. bells or keys).
Rosanne Brackenridge, an experienced singing teacher, has enjoyed a successful career as a professional opera singer with Scottish Opera, Geneva Opera & English National Opera. Her solo venues include the London Coliseum, the Met (New York) and the Royal Albert Hall. She continues to work as a performer with groups including Perfect Harmony Voices & Rosalba. Her extensive involvement with Music in Hospitals is very special to her. She is invited to join the annual audition panel in the quest for new musicians to take part in this challenging but rewarding work.
Due to a limited number of spaces we ask that one adult per child booking attends.Book Now