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Home Concert: Rosy TJ Williams & Dewi Tudor Jones

Concerteenies is normally a live concert series but during the 2020 lockdown, top professional musicians are still performing from their homes straight to yours to keep 0-5 year olds (roughly!) and their families entertained and inspired.

Join Rosy and Dewi for a feel-good concert of music including a Scottish reel, the Czech composer Dvorak’s Humoresque, the Russian folk tune Black Eyes, Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree and Singing in Kitchen.

You will need: a jumpy teddy (rabbit/ frog or kangaroo), a flying teddy/toy (bird/aeroplane) and a growling teddy/toy (bear/lion), a shaker (maybe homemade?), saucepan and spoon, and a hat or scarf.

Stream the video below when it premieres on Sunday 24 May, or watch it afterwards.

These concerts are normally live and ticketed so if you’re able to 'pay what you like' it’d be massively appreciated to support musicians' livelihoods – donate online.

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