This Friday sees the return of Coda's monthly Acoustic Night in the Coda Social. Check out some great local musicians showcasing their talent, including Jody Wilkins, India Wells and Tom Breeze. Acoustic Night is free, 7pm to 9pm. All welcome.
Regular instrumental lessons and groups return today, Monday 23rd February and we look forward to seeing everyone this week following the half-term break.
This Friday also sees the return of our regular open mic Acoustic Night so why not pop into the Coda Social for some great music. Coda's monthly Acoustic Night is free and starts at 7pm.
Coda kicks off the February half term with a screening of the multi-award winning film, Amadeus, on Friday 13th February at 7pm in the Coda Social. Our Film Club is free and this film, a wonderful reconstruction of the life of Mozart with a stunning soundtrack, is rated R.
During half term, on Monday 16th February, Bob Burke leads a Music Cauldron session for teenagers here at Coda from 12pm to 4pm. A fun, intensive workshop to support young musicians in developing a hook and a chorus for their songwriting. Booking essential. Cost £20
For more info please call us on 01425 276161 or by email here
Instrumental lessons take a week holiday form the 14th but return on Monday 23rd Feb.
The Old Piggery is being transformed!
The next phase of Coda’s development is under way with our old piggery being transformed to provide brand new spaces for instrumental tuition and workshops.
This project will also see improvements to the external yard and drive with a view to enhancing everyone’s experience of visiting Coda.
Over the past 18 months we have been hard at work raising funds for the project and we are immensely grateful to all our supporters for their help in making the project possible. Right now we are looking for individuals to sponsor our new spaces and if you feel you can help please get in touch with Phil on 07702 885654 or by clicking here, to discuss the project further.
Coda is a unique organisation to the region, the only music centre of it’s kind locally, providing a range of music opportunities to people of all ages and abilities. We act as a hub for learning and development with facilities dedicated to teaching, music groups and choirs, workshops, training, music therapy and music for health and well-being.
We are grateful for the support of: New Forest District Council, The Talbot Village Trust, Garfield Weston Foundation, Sylvia Waddilove Charitable Trust, The Chewton Glen Hotel and individual donors.