Music for Growing Minds
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Peanut Butter and Jam brings families together for musical fun and an exciting introduction to classical music. Designed for children ages two to six, these interactive programs will touch, teach, and enrich your child’s life. And don’t worry — we don’t expect anyone to sit still!
This was the best kids’ event we’ve found in Cincinnati! Very open, accessible, and engaging.
– a PB&J Parent
What’s Peanut Butter & Jam?
Music improves children’s lives. Our driving goal is to help children experience music in fun, accessible and interactive ways. Through our Main Family Concert Series, Free Community Concerts, Outdoor Musical Adventures, Virtual Musical Mornings, and In-School Programming, we are engaging young children through music across Greater Cincinnati.
Steel Drum Summer
Who needs a beach vacation when your family can groove along to the joyful music you only hear from these one-of-a kind instruments? Chill out this summer to sounds from the Caribbean and the unique steel drums!
Coming Up Next!
A Musical Zoo
Lions and Tigers and Camille Saint-Saëns? Your family will explore all kinds of animal sounds and movements in this “roaring” concert featuring “The Carnival of the Animals”
One of our most popular programs is back! Your child will be inspired by this concert featuring all percussion, all the time.
Music With Madcap: Little Red Riding Hood
This classic tale gets the PB&J treatment with our fuzzy friends from Madcap Puppets and the music of Brahms. Don’t get lost in the woods!
Our priority is to keep vulnerable children safe! To do that, we are implementing the following measures until further notice:
- As much as possible, our programming will be outdoors.
- Our musicians and staff are fully vaccinated.
- If weather or extenuating circumstances bring a concert indoors, these steps will be taken:
- Families will be socially distanced from each other.
- Adults will be required to show proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test within 72 hours.
- Everyone over the age of three will be required to wear a mask.