We’re delighted to announce the return of Junior Jam – our jam-packed music sessions for children aged 4-8 led by award-winning musical five-piece Kabantu.
This Autumn sees a couple of exciting changes to Junior Jam. Sessions will now be free, and will take place at Manchester Central Library. We hope this means more children and families from right across the city will be able to take part.
Once again, Katie, Ben, Ali, Delia and Abel aka Kabantu – an ensemble of award-winning musicians and music educators known for their infectious rhythms and beautiful melodies from around the globe – will lead the sessions.
With a new and exciting theme each month – from movie music to rock ‘n’ roll – Junior Jam is a perfect opportunity for children to develop their musical skills in a fun, friendly and accessible way.
Sessions are free and will take place at the Children’s Library at Manchester Central Library on the last Saturday of each month.
Places are limited (15 children per session) so sign up in advance to secure your spot.
Autumn dates and themes
Sat 29 Sep: Movie Music (10am, 11am)
Compose and perform your own Hollywood soundtracks to your favourite films with Katie and Delia.
Sat 27 Oct: Rock ‘n’ Roll Ukuleles (10am, 11am)
Become a ukulele rock star! Strike a power chord and play along to songs from the super-cool sixties with Ben and Ali.
Sat 24 Nov: The Tiger Who Came to Tea (10am, 11am)
A musical exploration of the classic tale – The Tiger Who Came To Tea. Sing along, roar in time and make sure you are hungry for some jamming! With Katie and Abel.
Delivered in partnership with Manchester Central Library and supported by Youth Music as part of the Alliance for a Musically Inclusive England. The project is made possible by funding from the National Lottery via Arts Council England.