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The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace
Bach to Baby is thrilled to return to The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace in 2023-2024 for a series of exclusive family concerts. Come and experience the intimate setting of the Redgrave Room for specially designed programmes of music for babies, toddlers, children and you. Your ticket to these events will also permit entry to the exhibitions at The Queen's Gallery on the day of the concert.
Pastime with Good Company
Art and Music from the Tudor Courts
Featuring Mary Thorneloe, flute and piccolo
The concerts allows you and your children free entry to the Holbein exhibition, in addition to attending the event. Don't forget to ask for the Family Activity Bags as you explore the exhibitions.
|Monday 27 November 2023 11.00am AND 12.30pm
|Monday 11 December 2023 11.00am AND 12.30pm
|Monday 29 January 2024 11.00am AND 12.30pm
|Monday 19 February 2024 11.00am AND 12.30pm
Bach to Baby is the critically acclaimed classical concert series for babies, toddlers and their carers. Tots dance, roam about and revel in the wonder of live music, while you take a moment out of your busy day to hear top notch performances by outstanding musicians, with your young babes in tow.
|The Queen's Gallery is a public art gallery at Buckingham Palace, home of the British monarch, in London. It exhibits works of art from the Royal Collection on a rotating basis; about 450 works are on display at any one time.
The gallery is at the west front of the Palace, on the site of a chapel bombed during the Second World War, and first opened in 1962. Over the following 37 years it received 5 million visitors, until it was closed from 1999 to 2002 for extension work carried out by John Simpson. On 21 May 2002, the gallery was reopened by Elizabeth II to coincide with her Golden Jubilee. The extension added the current Doric entrance portico and several new rooms, more than tripling the size of the building. It is open to the public for much of the year.