Shake it like your mama would (and papas too!)
Tots Tunes is one of SoundsCreative’s neighbourhood projects - our flagship and longest standing project!
These interactive, creative parent and baby (0-5s) classes combine learning original tunes and songs from around the world with a bit of a workout! Tots Tunes is for local parents who want to connect with other like-minded people in the neighbourhood and have a bit of fun, listen to and sing some quality ‘non-baby’ acoustic music all accompanied by live string instruments and djembe.
Classes are led by founder and cellist Tara Franks or violinist Preetha Narayanan
Award winning Tots Tunes (Netmums best class in Hackney) is the longest standing of SoundsCreative's Neighbourhood projects, running since 2011
When and where?
Weekly Thursday mornings in term time - 10am & 11am (classes are 45 mins) @ The Vortex Jazz Club, Dalston, N16
Regular classes will start back on September 26th
UPCOMING SUMMER POP UP CLASS
Friday 23rd August 10.30am @ Mothers Hub E17 (book in . advance through HOOP)
Wednesday August 14th 11am @ The GreenHouse London, N16 (book in advance through HOOP)
Booking and dates:
Weekly Thursday classes are drop in, pay on the door.
£7 parent and little one, (as before) +£5 additional adults, +£3 siblings
Double check all dates, times and prices on our What's On page
What to expect?
To shake stomp, sing, get a bit of a sweat on, listen, relax and meet new people!
"I feel like I have done something creative" - Tots Tunes Dad
“Uplifting and energising, Tots Tunes is one of the best music classes for babies and toddlers I’ve been to" - Tots Tunes mum
"My favourite thing about this class though, aside from the fact that it wasn’t just another hour of my life lost to nursery rhymes, was how into it everyone – and that includes parents and babies – was!” Emmy - Bablands.
Read the full review and check out Bablands website here
Shake, stomp and sing at home...
DOWNLOAD CD ...
Tots Tunes album ' Shake, stomp & sing' - collection 1
Animation for Tots Tunes hit tune 'Shake it Like Your Mama Would' by Tara Franks by artist Rosa Lykiardopolous.