Bring your little ones to Darling Harbour for Rhythm n Bubs, where music meets playtime joy!
In the event of wet weather, Rhythm n Bubs will be held nearby at ARA Darling Quarter Theatre.
Nurture your child's love for music with Rhythm n Bubs, a free group activity tailored for little ones aged 1 to 5 years.
Nestled in the heart of Darling Harbour at Darling Quarter’s Village Green, this weekly experience is led by a team of passionate music educators, including Angie Who, Nyssa Milligan and more. Rhythm n Bubs the perfect opportunity for parents and carers to bond with their little maestros in a vibrant and interactive setting.
Explore the world of sound through playful activities, catchy tunes, and rhythmic adventures. From sing-alongs that spark imagination to hands-on percussion play, every session is crafted to inspire a love for music
Whether you're a seasoned musical family or just starting your little one's rhythmic exploration, Rhythm n Bubs welcomes all! So join us for a toe-tapping morning and come and let the music play.
MEET THE MUSICIANS
Rhythm n Bubs is led by a team of passionate music educators.
Like the circus, Angie Who works to create music, workshops and classes that families can experience and enjoy together. Her albums 'Little Folk,' 'I Love You The Most' and 'One Million Millions' have been adored by mums, dads and grandparents everywhere. Angie’s end goal with every performance and workshop is to send families home with a song they can sing together in the middle of the night and all the day long.
Chloe Chung is a multi-style flautist (Western flutes/dizi), collaborating with others to foster unexpected musical forms and connections on Gadigal land, Sydney, and beyond. She is the Artistic Director of Dreambox Collective, a diverse Sydney based group of performer-composers, improvisors and visual artists producing works and facilitating performances to create meaningful connections for positive social impact.
As a musician, cabaret artist and clown, Nyssa Milligan performs in many genres. Recent performance highlights include touring with youth theatre specialists Matriark Theatre and bringing silliness to hospitals across Australia for the Starlight Children’s Foundation. Nyssa is a proud neurodivergent creative she is passionate about creating inclusive music experiences. Music is for everyone!
Get ready to tap, twirl, click or clap along to a morning filled with upbeat music from blue grass, swing to French jazz tunes. When you think of jazz, violin is not the first instrument that comes to mind. Join Phoebe Haselden and Andrew Scott for a swinging and bubbly time as they share the infectious toe tapping sounds of jazz violin with accordion and piano.