GLASGOW youngsters will be able to enjoy a weekend of musical activities designed especially for them this November.
A range of events, Big Music for Minis, will take over Glasgow Royal Concert Hall with concerts, workshops and creative events for babies and children aged up to seven years.
Many of the events, presented by Glasgow UNESCO City of Music, will be free.
Groups participating include SambaYaBamba, Live Music Now, the Celine Donoghue Band, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, and Funbox.
There will be musical journeys through space and around the world, cabaret, Scots song, a Ceilidh and much more.
Councillor David McDonald, Chair of Glasgow Life and Deputy Leader of Glasgow City Council, said: “We look forward to welcoming hundreds of children and their grown-ups to Glasgow Royal Concert Hall for Big Music for Minis.
“There’s so much to enjoy and lots to learn along the way. You can bang a drum, listen to a string quartet, dance in a Ceilidh and begin to learn Scots song and much more with some of Scotland’s most popular musical artists.
“So do join us this November as Big Music for Minis shows once more that in our UNESCO City of Music, for Glaswegians and visitors to our home city, music comes in all shapes and sizes and is for everyone to enjoy.”
For more information visit: www.glasgowconcerthalls.com or phone 0141 353 8000
Glasgow UNESCO City of Music presents Big Music for Minis
Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 November
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Sauchiehall Street G2 3NY
www.glasgowconcerthalls.com / 0141 353 8000
SambaYaBamba Youth Street Band
Saturday, 10am – 11.45am (15 minute performances every 30 minutes)
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall Entrance Steps, free, all ages
Play Talk Read Bus
Saturday, 10am – 3pm (drop in)
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall Entrance Steps, free, ages 0 – 7
Scots Sangs for Bairns
Saturday, 10.30am (babies) & 11.30am (ages 0 – 5) (40 minutes)
New Auditorium, £2 (adults go free)
The Creative Martyrs present FEZ!
Saturday, 10.45am & 11.45am (30 minutes)
City of Music Studio, free, ages 0 – 7
Bookbug Song and Story Den
Saturday & Sunday, 10am & 11am (30 minutes)
Strathclyde Suite, free, ages 0 – 4
RSNO Jack and the Giant Beanstalk
Saturday, 1pm & 2.15pm (30 minutes)
Main Auditorium, £6 (adult), £4 (child), ages 0 – 7
National Youth Choir of Scotland
Saturday 1.30pm (50 minutes) & 2.30pm (60 minutes)
City of Music Studio, free, ages 4 – 7
Big Music for Mini’s Family Ceilidh
Saturday, 2pm & 3.15pm (45 minutes)
Strathclyde Suite, £12.50 (family), £5 (adult) £2 (child), free (under 1’s), ages 0 – 7
10am – 4pm (drop in)
Island Bar, free
Cushion Corner with Live Music Now
Saturday & Sunday, 10am, 11am, 1.15pm & 2.30pm (45 minutes)
Clyde Foyer, free, ages 0 – 7
The Sound of Space
Saturday & Sunday, Every 30 minutes from 10am – 3.30pm (except 12.30pm &1pm)
Exhibition Hall, £2, ages 0 – 7
Saturday & Sunday, 10am – 4pm (drop in)
Lomond Foyer, free, ages 0 – 7
Saturday & Sunday, 2pm & 3.15pm (45 minutes)
New Auditorium, free, ages 0 – 4
Big Groove Samba for Minis Workshop
Sunday, 10am, 11am & 12noon (30 minutes)
New Auditorium, £5 (adults go free), ages 4 – 7
Scottish Chamber Orchestra: Big Ears, Little Ears
Sunday, 10.30am (ages 0 – 1) & 11.45pm (ages 1 – 3) (45 minutes)
City of Music Studio, £5 (children go free)
Sunday, 12.30pm & 2.30pm (45 minutes)
Strathclyde Suite, £3 (adults go free), ages 0 – 5
Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra (GIO)
Sunday, 1.15pm (babies) & 2.15pm (ages 1 – 7) (40 minutes)
City of Music Studio, free
Funbox present Rocking All Over The World
Sunday, 2pm – 3.15pm
Main Auditorium, £15 (family), £6 (adult), £4 (child), ages 0 – 7
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