Fancy coffee and cake?

BATH - the excellent cafe below the church is well placed to serve you a cuppa and some cake (or even lunch) before and after the concert. The cafe is open from 10am. Plenty of toys and buggy space make it an ideal place to catch up with friends and chat about the concert.

FROME - the wonderful Rye Bakery is open at the HUBnub from 9am serving delicious coffee and cakes (and lunch). There's space for the kids to explore, a mini soft play, and it makes a perfect place to spend your morning!

WELLS - the school are serving coffee and biscuits in the foyer at Cedars Hall so stay a while afterwards and catch up with friends.

Music for Miniatures!

​Baby-friendly concerts? Really? Yes.

Music for Miniatures is a series of short live classical concerts specifically designed for parents, grandparents and carers to enjoy in the company of babies, toddlers and young children (aged 0-4).

The best thing about a Music for Miniatures concert is... we don't mind noise! Babies can sleep, cry, babble and crawl whilst toddlers are free to explore and enjoy in their own way without being told to "ssh". Older little ones can dance, play air-instruments and get right up close to the performers. We don't even mind if the audience needs a nap!

Classical music has been proven to be calming for children of all ages, and hearing it live is even better. At a Music for Miniatures concert you can experience the magic of live music with your little one and let the beautiful music relax you both.

Music for Miniatures was started by musician mum Julie Payne when she found no opportunities to share live music with her own young children without worrying about them making noise! Julie believes that children should be exposed to high quality, live music from a very early age and that concert-going should be as common as swimming lessons for young children to help inspire them, encourage creativity and help them to listen with open ears. Find out more about Julie at her own website

Live classical concerts

for babies, toddlers and young children (0-4)

Amazing music in a relaxed atmosphere

Concerts in Bath, Frome and Street 

Concerts coming up soon...

Back by popular demand, our summer tour brings A Musical Zoo to a venue near you! Soak up some culture with your little one when all other classes stop for the summer. Here's the current list with more being added all the time - keep your eyes peeled for more dates coming soon!

Have older children aged 4-11?

Music for Miniatures concerts are aimed at children aged 0-4. If you have an older child, why not try Crescendo! Concerts. Our off-shoot (or should we say offspring) series for primary school aged children are great for inspiring your older miniatures! Suitable for age 4-11.

Click on our Crescendo! page or visit

"Thank you for a wonderful performance my little boy absolutely loved it!"

"Our first visit this morning - WOW - what a fantastic morning. R was just enraptured." 

Crescendo Concerts

Our Summer Tour!!
Coming to a venue near you in August 2019...

"Fantastic concerts to enjoy with your mini special person. Amazing quality and range of musicians. Thank you for offering us this wonderful opportunity to enjoy great music with a baby!" 

"Fabulous chance for parents and children to let their hair down and listen to fabulous musicians."

10.30am - 11.15am Tickets available online or on the door
£8 per adult/child pair, £4 per extra adult, £3 per extra child

Friday 9th August - 10.30am - St Bart's Church, Oldfield Park, BATH

​​Friday 9th August - 3pm - Chipping Sodbury Baptist Church Hall, CHIPPING SODBURY

Tuesday 13th August - 10.30am - Tithe Barn, NAILSEA

​Tuesday 13th August - 3pm - Chew Magna Baptist Church, CHEW MAGNA

​Wednesday 14th August - 10.30am - All Saints Centre, Weston, BATH

Wednesday 14th August - 3pm - Town Hall, MIDSOMER NORTON

Thursday 15th August - 10.30am - Marden House, CALNE

Friday 16th August - 10.30am - Crispin Hall, STREET

Saturday 17th August - 10.30am - Rise (Hubnub Centre), FROME

Saturday 17th August - 3pm New Oriel Hall, Larkhall, BATH