Friday 7 September 2018, 10.30am – Megan Reeve on harp

The Concerteenies brings you Melbourne’s extraordinary harpist, Megan Reeve, at Kindred Studios, Yarraville. 

Get yourself a ticket (and remember that your little ones go free) for Friday 7 September



Megan has performed with a who’s who of orchestras through to touring with Jose Carreras and the Bolshoi Ballet, as well as acts as diverse as Kanye West, The Whitlams and The Wiggles. Her television appearances include ‘Good Morning Australia’, ‘It Takes Two’ ‘Dancing with the Stars’ and ‘Spicks and Specks’.

Remember, only adults need to pay for tickets at $18 each online ahead of or on the day – fully refundable should you not get there (we know what’s it like with kids) – or $20 in cash on the door. Children are free.

Concerts are 45 minutes long 



There is plenty of parking around and in Yarraville Gardens.

With plenty of space for breastfeeding and little ones’ exploration, everybody’s going to be happy.

The studio includes comfy seating for pregnant and breastfeeding mums – and tired dads. There’ll also be a variety of things to keep small people amused.








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.