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PAM PAM Christmas Concert

Music & Singing for Up to 5 years

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F5444BE2-DA83-40AD-943D-C87250C99BE6Christ Church, London, N5 1SA

Get ready for “PAM PAM concerts” for families, the only concert in London inspired by the Gordon’s Music Learning Theory (MLT).

No stage or chairs: children and parents in the centre of the space, comfortably seated or lying, embraced by the sound of the musicians around them.
An experience of direct contact with the music, for children aged 0 to 5.


Short melodic and rhythmic songs without words that are designed for the musical development of children.

PAM PAM – CHRISTMAS CONCERTS host musicians who sing and perform pieces from classical and traditional repertoire as well as original songs composed under the principles of MLT and of course… some Christmas songs! The musicians interact with the children and their families to create a magical space for listening and learning.

With Valeria Pozzo (violin, charrango, voice), Tiziana Pozzo (piano, ukulele, percussions, voice), Joe Steel (saxophone), Sam West (guitar and voice), Stefano Padoan (piano and voice).

"I took my daughter from 3 months till 15 months old and she simply loved Tiziana's workshops, and so did I. 
They are unlike any other workshops I've been to: really about experimenting and interacting with sounds, rhythm and music, allowing each child to express their response without any expectation. Each session is fun and also builds from one to another to enable a child to play more and more with music. 
I wish I could still attend and would recommend her unequivocally to every child and parent!"
 — Edwina, Ayla's mum (15 months old)

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Everything you need to know

Before you attend

  • 1C13C08C-FE15-4C63-AB3F-8C8863FD7EF3 All equipment provided
  • 1C13C08C-FE15-4C63-AB3F-8C8863FD7EF3 Arrive 10 mins before the start

During the session

  • 1C13C08C-FE15-4C63-AB3F-8C8863FD7EF3 No prior experience needed
  • 1C13C08C-FE15-4C63-AB3F-8C8863FD7EF3 Adult and child participate together
  • 1C13C08C-FE15-4C63-AB3F-8C8863FD7EF3 All skill levels welcome
  • 1C13C08C-FE15-4C63-AB3F-8C8863FD7EF3 Wear comfy clothes
  • 1C13C08C-FE15-4C63-AB3F-8C8863FD7EF3 No eating or drinking during the session

Ratings & reviews

158 ratings






What families are saying

February 2020

It is the most interactive class we have been to . I also really like the idea of teaching children without lyrics. It was way more effective and engaging than the usual music workshops which you repeatedly sing the same songs and kids don’t seem to enjoy as much.

February 2020

What struck me from the moment we came in was the welcoming, friendly atmosphere that the teachers were able to create. Addressing each child by their name, noticing them and their interests - it makes such a difference. And the class itself was so enjoyable. I was only planning to try it once, since it’s not super close to us, but now thinking I will commit to coming weekly. It’s one that I will actually really enjoy going to with my son! If you are looking for a better way to introduce music than nursery rhymes (let’s face it, they get annoying after some time), this class is the answer.

October 2019

This is a fantastic music class for babies and toddlers. Most of the other music classes have instructors speaking so quickly it’s difficult to keep up- even as an adult! The children in this class were so happy to understand everything, not have verbal communication going right over their heads for 90% of the time. Really would recommend this class for anyone open minded who loves music and wants their child to feel included.


Christ Church

155 Highbury Grove

London N5 1SA


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Contributes to cognitive development

Makes children smile

Makes learning fun

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Meet the Team

Joe Steel

Music educator and saxophonist

Sam West
Singer, guitarist, songwriter, composer

Hailed by Jools Holland as "A great vocalist", Sam West's story through music has taken many different turns. Samuel trained as an Opera and Classical singer before being seduced by the soulful sounds of singers like Ray Charles, Van Morrison and Otis Redding and he dedicated his time to developing his passions in blues, soul and rock'n'roll. Other projects have seen him perform with a collective called Start to End which performs classic albums-Jeff Buckley's Grace,John Martyn's Solid Air,Fleetwood Mac's Rumours- all of which received rave reviews and Van Morrison's Astral Weeks planned 2019.

Stefano Padoan
Piano and voice

Stefano graduated in piano in Venice, in chamber music in Rome and he completed his master degree in chamber music in Venice. He's been teaching piano and music, directing choirs and small ensembles for over two decades. He's also specialised on the Gordon's Music Learning Theory. In 2014 he started working full time in Highgate as a piano teacher.

Tiziana Pozzo
Musician, Music therapist, Music educator

Tiziana graduated in piano from the Music Conservatoire in Venice and in Music Therapy. She specialised attending courses in Italy and abroad in the development of children and their natural understanding of music. For years she collaborated with educational institutions on music and music therapy projects in Italy, Spain and UK. In 2016 she started collaborating with Creative Futures and the UCL for different research. She is the co-flunder of Highbury Park Music.

Valeria Pozzo
Violinist, music teacher, songwriter

Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist based in London. In 2014 Valeria released her debut EP ‘Here I live and Breathe’ and since then she has been gigging regularly in the UK. In 2015 she recorded an Italian/English cover of ‘Here Comes The Sun’ for the Peroni Nastro Azzurro. As a violinist, she had the chance to collaborate with many great musicians such as N.Cowley Trio, A. Forcione, ESKA, N.Zinner and to play in some great venues and on Radio shows (BBC Introducing, The Barbican, The Royal Festival Hall, The Purcell Room). She regularly teaches violin in different schools of London.

About the Organiser

Music Tree
Here at Music Tree we believe that learning and playing music is not only important in developing musical ability, but it is also integral to the personal and social development of a person no matter what their age. Music has been proven to improve social interaction, confidence, fine motor skills, concentration, problem solving and as a therapy to help aid specific conditions. Most of all it is fun.

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