Genres You Will Love
Jazz: Jazz Vocals Moods: Mood: Fun Jazz: Jazz-Pop

By Location
UK - England - London

Links
BabyJazz Website BabyJazz Twitter BabyJazz Facebook Page

Babyjazz Family Band & Ruby Barker

Welcome to BabyJazz - a new take on music, classes and entertainment for parents, babies and young children.

Founded and led by singer Ruby Barker, for babies & toddlers but enjoyed by all - BabyJazz puts a swing in your step, a smile on your face and song in your heart. Its educational too! Offering high quality music, classes and pram jam gigs with the BabyJazz Family Band.

Single Reviews

"We have downloaded them all and we love them" Mia's mum "I love, love, love it, so does Omarr. Its really good". Omarr's mum

Beautiful...I think the mix of your voice Ruby and DavidX's beatbox makes it somehow more accessible for kids... there's something about that sound that makes it more intimate and personal". N. Ritta

Class Reviews

"The sessions were amazing and babies and toddlers enjoyed getting into the swing of Christmas by exploring the kings and stars in Zanobi Strozzi’s ‘The Adoration of the Kings’ through, singing dancing and making beautiful music. It was a pleasure having Baby Jazz deliver these workshops and they brought the paintings to life in new and exciting ways not only for the families who attended the sessions but for the Gallery staff as well." National Gallery, Trafalga Square, London Dec 2015.


"I love the energy, the pace, the humour and the musicality. The sessions are totally absorbing. The babies are happy and relaxed too." Parent Anon, Earl Haig Hall class

“Ruby and Kim are not only an amazing singer and guitarist with great chemistry. They have such warmth, and take obvious delight in what they do, it's infectious! Been going since baby turned 6 weeks and will be going until we're kicked out." Ari's mum

Musican's include beatboxer & vocal artist DavidX, guitarists Kim Murrey, Jonny Philips & Chris Ray, Bassist Andy Hamill, pianist Benjamin Fingerhut, flutists Evi Nakou & Rachel Hayter.

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