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Join The Coda Fiddle Orchestra for their Super Heroes Concert this Saturday at St Peter's Church in the centre of Bournemouth.

The concert starts at 11am and features some wonderful repertoire on the superhero theme. It's FREE and all are welcome, so please go along and support the Orchestra!

Coda's monthly Acoustic Night returns this Friday, 27th March at 7pm with a performance from the wonderful Scuttle Shake, a fantastic four-piece from the New Forest playing blue grass and country tinged music from across the globe. Other acts to be confirmed. Check the Facebook page by clicking here for updates.

The Acoustic Night in The Coda Social. Free. All welcome.

Saturday's will never be the same again for children living in West Howe in Bournemouth!

The West Howe Music Collective starts tomorrow!

Coda's new Saturday Social, an afternoon of music opportunities for kids aged 7 to 12 years, is a great place to make friends by making music.

It's FREE and runs from 1pm to 4pm at LEAF Studio School on Holloway Avenue BH11 every Saturday.

It doesn't matter if you can't play an instrument, this is your chance to hang out with professional musicians and make some noise. From songwriting and drumming to beatboxing and music technology, everyone will have a chance to learn, take part and decide what's next!

If you live in West Howe and are aged between 7 and 12 years old come along and join in! We start at 1pm so don't be late!

The West Howe Music Collective is brought to you by Coda and Soundstorm.

There will be no FilmClub at Coda for a few months while we purchase new equipment and re-programme. Please look out for updates at our Facebook page here.

Coda is part of an exciting new project for musicians from across the New Forest this year, working with New Dimensions, a Hampshire-based initiative which seeks new ways of involving people in music.

Songs for Wild Horses will run from this March through to October and brings two Norwegian musicians, Nils Okland and Oyvind Skarbo to the New Forest to create new work with local people through a series of workshops and events.

On Friday 6th March Oyvind, a percussionist, will be leading the first drumming workshop (free) at Coda from 6-8pm, while NIls will give a short performance with his Hardanger Fiddle at our monthly Classical Night in the Coda Social at 7pm. 

Oyvind says of the workshop "it's open to anyone, any level. We will work by ear - no reading, and explore what we can do together with only percussion. With percussion I mean basically anything that can make sounds. We will look for sounds indoors and outdoors, and try to create music together, using ourselves and whatever level we're at as a starting point. The only thing I require from the participants is curiosity.' Read more »