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The modern world is dominated by the visual, and the art of listening is important to ensure a balanced all round development for our children. It particularly helps imagination to develop, which in turn fosters creativity and enables children to engage more effectively with academic material in later life. The art of listening is a soul activity, an activity that takes place in our inner being and helps to nourish the emotional development of a child.

Janine Parsons

Live classical concerts for you and your little ones by professional musicians in a relaxed baby and toddler friendly environment.

Concerts are held on the 4th Monday of every month at St Martin's Church on London Road in Worcester. The performance starts at 10.30am and lasts around 30 minutes. Doors open from 10am - refreshments available before and after the concert.

£5 per adult, on the door.

Children free

Presented by the Elgar School of Music in

partnership with St Martin's Church.

There is always a chance to meet the musicians and try out our instruments

A close encounter with a bass baritone saxophone!

Our forthcoming  concert

We are now also running concerts at the Firs, the Elgar Birthplace Museum, Broadheath in the holidays so

join us on Good Friday for some Easter fun

at the Firs

with trumpeter Ed Malpass and pianist Janine Parsons

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