Junior Jam – our jam-packed music sessions for children aged 4-8 – is back this autumn with 3 new exciting themes!
Junior Jam will continue to run in the Children’s Library at Manchester Central Library for free so that more children and families from right across the city can take part.
Katie, Ben, Ali, Delia and Abel aka Kabantu will lead two sessions, and we’re excited to have Noisy Toys back for the final session of the year for more music making with electronic junk!
With an exciting theme each month, help your little ones develop their musical skills in a fun, friendly and accessible way.
Places are limited (20 children per session) so sign up in advance to secure your spot.
Autumn 2019 dates and themes
Sat 28 Sept – Songwriting
Ever fancied yourself a budding composer or popstar? Come and learn how to pen your very own song and play it live with a band. Led by Kabantu.
Sat 28 Oct – In the Jungle
Who lives in the jungle? What animals will we find there? Tarzan and Jane, monkeys and giraffes – you’re all welcome. Led by Kabantu.
Sat 30 Nov – Noisy Toys
Explore sound and science with Noisy Toys as we make instruments out of electronic junk taken from old computers and other household items.
Kabantu are a quintet of award-winning musicians and music educators, known for their infectious rhythms and beautiful melodies from around the globe.
About Noisy Toys
Noisy Toys are all about having fun experimenting with sound. They deliver workshops, events and interactive installations connecting science and music together in new ways, including creating amazing instruments out of old computers that people have thrown away.
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.