CODA SUMMER ROCK AND POP ACADEMY
2018 dates TBC
10am – 4pm
£200 for 5 days
Age 11 – 18
CALLING ALL YOUNG BANDS AND MUSICIANS!
Coda Rock & Pop Academy is an intensive 5-day course for musicians, singers and bands designed to develop musical and performance skills.
If you are aged between 11 and 18 and looking for an opportunity to work intensively on your musical skills, this 5-day course is for you!
DEVELOP YOUR SONGWRITING SKILLS, WORK WITH OTHER MUSICIANS AS A BAND AND BUILD YOUR PERFORMING CONFIDENCE.
OUR KEY MUSIC LEADERS ARE:
An experienced guitarist, workshop leader, music educator and songwriter, Paul works with young musicians on performance, composition and instrumental skills. In addition to leading local school/college projects, Paul constantly gigs professionally and has performed at iconic venues including London’s Shepherds Bush Empire.
Hayley works with musicians of all ages and abilities to enhance performance and songwriting skills. Herself an in-demand professional vocalist, Hayley also gigs constantly, fronting bands at high profile events including Glastonbury Festival.
PLUS GUESTS THROUGHOUT THE WEEK
The Academy runs at Coda Music Centre
from Monday – Friday (2018 dates TBC),
10am to 4pm each day
with a live gig on Friday at 7pm at Forest Arts Centre.
Coda Music Centre
Chewton Farm Road
Christchurch BH23 5QL
£200 for the full 5 days
20% EARLY BIRD BOOKING DISCOUNT
we offer a 20% discount on the Summer Rock & Pop Academy (bringing the cost down to £160) for places booked and paid for by 1st June.
Email us on email@example.com or call 01425 276161to book your place.
“Rock and Pop Academy has helped me with my performing as well as my songwriting skills and throughout the week I found new and better ways to perform and play. It was also a great chance to meet new people of different ages, abilities and music tastes, which makes the songwriting even more interesting.
It’s a really chilled atmosphere and you’re made to feel really welcome the whole time you’re there.” Millie Searle
To book or for more information, call Coda on 01425 276 161
or email firstname.lastname@example.org