I just can’t wait to start what will be weekly interactive early years music performances an The Glorious Art House on Fore St, Exeter. This recently opened cafe is so unique and beautiful when I walked in for the first time it took my breath away, so playing here will be a delight.
I guess it also shows the difference between my sessions and some of the more traditional early years music sessions. Rather than a workshop focusing on specific learning outcomes my sessions are a much more relaxed, engaging performance where children (and adults) are encouraged to join in and discover there inner musical animal. Some of my favourite sessions are in cafe based environments where adults can unwind and enjoy a drink with there little ones who get an original, unique, live, quality musical experience. Hopefully the songs are enjoyable for the adults to listen to as well (a bit of a break from The Wheels on the Bus!)
We’ll be asking for a £2 contribution with the purchase of a drink or food although the first session on Tuesday September 30th will be FREE!!!
For more info check out the facebook event at https://www.facebook.com/events/1472416429703381/ or the following links
For songs and more wild and wonderful antics go to http://pocodrom.com and don’t forget the new album of children’s songs is out now at http://pocodrom.bandcamp.com
Please spread the word :)
Well folks, just a quick post to show you this little video of the Poco Drom Platypus song. You can now practice your purring, eating, swimming and waddling along with it!
…and don’t forget to subscribe to the Poco Drom youtube channel. More updates coming soon peeps.
Love from Pocoland.
Well summer is well and truly here and we have just returned from the most, sunny, inspiring, magical, funny, exciting, rhythmical, melodic and busy WOMAD. We met some lovely families and had great fun singing and wandering around in our tails!The audiences were amazing, and after a while you get used to people shouting ‘Elephant Poo!’ at you as you walk around. Thanks to Joshua Love Lee from http://music4humanity.weebly.com/ for the pics and entertaining us with his ukulele playing and hula hooping!…and not forgetting the great time we had at the Tribe of Doris Summer Gathering where we did a couple of impromptu songs at the open mic including this version of Al Simmons ‘Something in my shoe’ featuring Rory Mcleod on his phenomenal imaginary trombone.
But don’t worry if you missed us as we will be at
Exciting isn’t it! We hope to see you there!
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