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03 July 2021

Nat Bartsch’s Lullabies: Forever and No Time At All

Melbourne pianist/composer Nat Bartsch has always been known for writing soothing, lyrical piano music. When she became a mum, Nat decided to create music with purpose: a suite of lullabies, first released as the album  Forever, and No Time At All. This music is influenced by music therapy, drawing upon suggested approaches to melody, rhythm and tempo that will help a baby sleep. But equally importantly, this music is designed for parents to enjoy – for they have to hear the music just as often, if not more, than the child.


The album has had a wide-ranging impact. Not only does it soothe countless babies to sleep, but it is played by people from all walks of life. The music has been streamed over 2 million times and played in intensely personal moments from childbirth to death.


Come along and enjoy a meditative, beautiful piano performance together with your baby. Who knows, they might even fall asleep!

Suitable for kindy kids and tots under two, bring your little ones for a soothing, meditative live performance of classical and jazz infused lullabies to live by.


Nat Bartsch – piano/electronics

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Nat Bartsch


Children on your lap are free. If you are bringing a child who would like to be in a seat, please select additional child during the booking process. 


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More information

The Street Presents
Nat Bartsch's Lullabies
Forever and No Time At All

Saturday 3 July 11AM

Standard: $20
Child on Lap: Free
Additional Child: $5


15 Childers St,

City West ACT 2601

Directions & Map

Monday - Friday

10am - 3pm


Also opens

1.5 hours prior

to performance.


02 6247 1223
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