Our First Birthday & New Venues

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We are one year old! Happy birthday to us, happy birthday to us, happy birthday to u-us, happy birthday to us!! It’s been a tremendous year bringing our specially made concerts for you and your children out into the world. And we’re not stopping there! We have big plans for our second year.! After the summer series of Music for … Read More

Fairytale Day, Kilruddery

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Building Baby’s Brain

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Classical music is amazing isn’t it? Well, we think so. Music can sing to your soul, inspire you, calm you, rouse you, relax you, and stir up all sorts of emotions. The benefits of playing an instrument are extensive (more on that in a later Blog), and even just listening to classical music can provide all sorts of unexpected bonuses: … Read More

Kilruddery House and Gardens

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On August 10th we are bringing our unique Classical Kids concerts to Kilruddery House. We’re really excited. Included in your ticket price is entry to the gardens, which, in case you haven’t been before, are simply beautiful. There’s so much for kids and adults to see and explore. We are big fans! It’s always lovely to bring music to children … Read More


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So, here at classical kids.ie we’ve been having a brilliant time bringing you our concerts. We’ve sung, danced, played and listened. We’ve had fantastic dressing up; from astronauts to princesses, we’ve had energetic dancing; from cowboy Hoe-Downs to Tchaikovsky waltzes to Hungarian folk dances, we’ve had beautiful and creative artwork, and we’ve really enjoyed all the interaction; from our young … Read More

How it all started..

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Sitting on a coach on the way back from a rainy concert in Carlow, Sylvia and I were lamenting the lack of opportunities for our children to hear and engage with live classical music. The traditional route of concert hall was closed to them (unless it was for a ‘children’s concert’, designed with the older school going child in mind), so … Read More