We can’t wait to see you at the return of our BAM concerts!
Bring your baby for a bounce with singer Sam Frankie Fox and multi-instrumentalist Ricardo Rocha. This warmly interactive performance for babies, families and friends celebrates music with a host of instruments, styles, gentle movements and stimulating sounds. A mix of familiar and new music comes to each months’ sessions, building on your babies’ previous interaction and giving them more chance to learn and to grow!
Performances feature harp, diatonic accordion, a range of stringed instruments, songs in different languages and lots lots more.
• Suitable for babies 0-18 months and their families and friends.
• Performances are 30 minutes long.
"A spellbinding experience. Totally engaging for babies and toddlers" Audience review.
The performance will take place in MAC's main theatre - this is a large space with circulated air and we will be implementing some social distancing measures to keep everyone as safe as possible. Please see full details of MAC's current Visitor Guidelines via the banner below.
Please leave plenty of time to arrive at this event so that you can store your buggies safely in our reserved area and settle in and enjoy the event. We also encourage you to bring your own cushions and blankets to be as comfortable as possible, to join your infants on the provided mats.
BAM performances are led by singer and harpist Sam Frankie Fox and multi-instrumentalist Ricardo Santos Rocha and the productions are supported by Curiosity Productions. Sam and Ricardo are very warm hosts as well as skilful musicians and Early Years specialists. Their combined experience and playful personalities ensure that events have an inviting, stimulating and relaxed atmosphere.
Originally from Wales and Portugal, the BAM artistic directors are based in the Midlands and work locally, nationally and internationally. They love to perform music from across the globe, so every performance includes a rich variety of songs from different cultures (in a range of languages) and unusual and exciting instruments.
Please see our current Visitor Guidelines.