Eliza and Alex of Polarity

Eliza Shephard and Alex Waite are Polarity…

Friday 8 February 2019 at Kindred Studios & Sunday 10 February at the Victoria Hotel – Yarraville


The Concerteenies brings you and your little people another fantastic musical experience with a Friday 8 February show at Kindred Studios, Yarraville, followed by a Sunday performance at the Victoria Hotel, 188 Hyde Street, Yarraville, with Polarity – a brand new duo featuring Eliza Shephard on flute and Alex Waite on piano, starting noon on Sunday 10 February 2019.

After the sold-out success of December’s first Sunday performance for carers and children who can’t make concerts during the week, we can’t wait to share these two events.


Friday tix/info


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Tickets are limited to keep things safe! 

Remember, only adults need to pay for their tickets online ahead of or on the day – fully refundable should you not get there (we know what’s it like with kids). Children are free.

Concerts are 45 minutes long 

And not only are children free, but the Victoria – where the kitchen is open from 11.30am – is offering a free children’s meal with every adult meal purchased. Find out more by clicking through.


Friday tix/info


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With plenty of space for breastfeeding and little ones’ exploration, everybody’s going to be happy. And parking is plentiful around both venues.

Weekday regulars know that Kindred Studio’s bar and function space is a welcoming area, with plenty to do, explore and toddle around while the sounds abound.

The Sunday concert at the Victoria takes place in the family function room, a fantastically arranged space for kids to play and dance in, with a variety of things to keep small people amused when not listening to music.


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Pieces and Poetry – story-inspired music from Stephanie Eldridge and Ryan Williams

So our next recital is on a Tuesday, the 13th of November, 10 30 am at Kindred Studios.  This concert is a very special combination of both music, poetry and art as performers Stephanie Eldridge and Ryan Williams play violin and recorder in styles ranging from baroque music to folk. All of their music is …


The Concerteenies – big music for little people!

We present experienced, professional musicians, playing music never dumbed-down for developing brains


The Concerteenies is the brain child of Katie Pryce, an experienced French horn player, as well as jazz and cabaret performer.

The Concerteenies introduces babies and toddlers to the exciting sounds of classical, jazz and world music.

Study after scientific study illustrates that these kinds of music help with children’s brain development – but that’s no excuse for being boring. The Concerteenies are first and foremost entertaining.

Katie hails from the United Kingdom and has played with orchestras as diverse as the London Sinfonietta and Britten Sinfonia, to ground-breaking work playing with jazz innovators, Snarky Puppy and the Bill Laurence Project.  She also has led thousands of children in music workshops since graduating from the Royal Academy of Music, London.