North Kent

Bach to Baby: the critically acclaimed classical concert series for baby and you to enjoy together.  Suitable for under 5s and under 95s!

classical baby concerts; more than just a baby activity - for mums, dads, grandparents, the whole family!

Bach to Baby: the critically acclaimed classical concert series for baby and you to enjoy together.  Suitable for under 5s and under 95s!

Music for under 5s; baby concerts; baby activity and activity for mum, in locations across London & Surrey:  Blackheath - Bloomsbury - Borough - Bromley - Kentish Town, Camden - Chiswick- Clapham - Covent Garden - Dulwich - West Dulwich/Tulse HIll - Fulham - Greenwich - Hampstead - Harrow - Highgate - Islington - Notting Hill - Pimlico - St. John's Wood/Maida Vale - Victoria Park - Wimbledon; 

Thames Valley:  Windsor, Henley, Ascot, High Wycombe, Gerrad's Cross, Maidenhead

North Kent: Canterbury, Maidstone, Rochester


Bach to Baby - North Kent

Information
Tickets: adults £10 cash at the door, children FREE
E-tickets: offers available
Coffee Mingle: 30 mins before start time shown
Concert Duration: about an hour
Upcoming Concerts

Click links for venue, map & programme

Day
Time

Apr

May

Jun

Jul
Canterbury:  St. Peter's Methodist Church, St Peter's Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2BE
Map and access

Tues
10.30am


28


19


9


21

Dartford: Christ Church, Cross Road, Dartford DA1 3ET
Map and access

Wed
10.30am


22


20


17


15

Rochester: St Margaret's Church, St Margarets Street, Rochester, Kent, ME1 1UF
Map and access

Thurs
10.30am


-


28


18


9

Whitstable: St John's Methodist Church, Argyle Road, Whitstable, Kent CT5 1JS
Map and access

Thurs
10.30am


-


-


11


16

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Alexandra Callanan
Rochester-based bassoonist Alexandra Callanan is thrilled to bring Bach to Baby to the North Kent area. As a mother of two little boys, Alex firmly believes in the important role music plays in the development of children's imagination, memory, cognitive skills and musicality.

As a musician, Alex enjoys a successful freelance career that sees her performing with many orchestras including the BBC Symphony, BBC Philharmonic, BBC Concert, City of Birmingham Symphony, London Concert and Brighton Philharmonic Orchestras, Welsh National Opera, London Opera Players, London Concertante, and Opera Project. As part of The Thorne Trio, Alex is heard up and down the country in recital and education workshops.