Lullaby Ensemble

Sublime music, finding your tribe, filling your cup

A six week song program for new mums, singing folk lullabies, connecting with other mamas, being nurtured and nourished.

The Lullaby Ensemble is a song and wellbeing project for new mums and their pre-crawling babies. Its an opportunity to create the most beautiful sound and make space for your own wellbeing.

Whether you’ve always been a singer or have never sung before, this group is for you. This is a mum’s group with a difference. We’ll learn a new lullaby each week from folk traditions around the world as well as making time for meditation and a nourishing morning tea. This is a space to create sublime music, find your tribe and fill your cup.

You spend so much time as a mama nurturing your baby and meeting their needs. But your needs are important too, mama. We’d love you to join us and let us nurture and honour you.

‘It was so empowering to connect to my voice again. I’m far from a singer but I love the creativity and the power of using the voice. It always ended with a big snooze for the twins and always set me up for a good day.’

Lullaby Ensemble Mama

We are also gifting one free ticket at each location, to a mama who could otherwise not access this incredible program due to finances. This free ticket is offered in good faith, please only use this if you genuinely could not access the program otherwise.

Discounted tickets are available for Black Women, Indigenous Women and Women of Colour. Please use the codes BIPOC to receive 20% off the program price.


The Lullaby Ensemble

Sunshine Coast

Starting Wednesday 17th February 2021

@ The Wonder Dome, North Arm

9.30am – 11.30am

The Lullaby Ensemble


Starting Monday 8th February 2021

@ It Takes a Village Midwifery, Kenmore

9.30am – 11.30am

The Lullaby Ensemble


Starting Tuesday 2nd February 2021

Via Zoom

7.30pm – 9.30pm (GMT + 10)

9.30am-11.30am (UK time)

Elizabeth Gilbert says in Big Magic that creative ideas are out therein the cosmos to be grasped.  Sometimes people catch them- and let them go. Sometimes people hold them close and breathe life into them. That’s what you’re doing- bringing life to a wonderful idea.

Kate Anbeek, Lullaby Ensemble Musician

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