We love to give our students diverse opportunities to make music together and offer a range of different choirs, groups and ensembles to suit differing levels of ability. All are fantastic opportunities to socialise with like-minded people whilst making music – and they provide a range of opportunities for those who like to perform in public.
Thursdays 6pm to 7pm (from 11th January to Thursday 22ndMarch 2018)
at Coda Music Centre
Cost £150 for 10 weeks
Limited places available
This 10-week course is designed to provide hands-on support for both amateur and professional musicians wishing to further develop their songwriting skills and learn more about the craft of composing.Find Out More
2pm to 4pm
£6 pay as you go
Tackling a mixture of Jazz from the 1920s to the present day. There will be opportunities to improve your sight-reading and improvising skills.
If you play Clarinet, Saxophone, Flute, Piano, Guitar, Drums, Percussion, Trumpet, Trombone, Bass, Guitar or sing, the Coda Jazz orchestra needs you!Find Out More
12.45pm – 1.45pm
£5 pay as you go
A weekly session for players of all ages and abilities (a standard of Grade 2 to 5 is recommended) to play in a relaxed, informal setting.
Playing a selection of music from across the orchestral repertoire – some easy and some slightly more challenging pieces.Find Out More
Tuesdays (Spring Term 2018)
6 – 7pm
£50 for a 10 week course
For those who have already completed our Beginners Ukulele course – or anyone wishing to brush-up their skills – this Improvers course will equip you with the necessary technique, chord repertoire and confidence to take your playing to the next level.Find Out More
Not currently running – if you would be interested in taking this course, please contact Coda.
Coda’s new Music Technology Programme launches in January with an Introduction to GarageBand for the Apple iPad—an inexpensive yet powerful app that allows you to record and edit music with both real and virtual instruments.
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