Music for Wellbeing

In recent years Coda has been developing an innovative programme of music for health and wellbeing alongside our long-standing music therapy service, from choirs to music technology and one to one instrumental tuition for children and adults.

We specialise in working with people with disability or illness and our broad programme of music activities exists to support the health and wellbeing of participants, their families and carers.

Alongside regular opportunities to take instrumental lessons at Coda with experienced and specialist tutors, we provide music for older people in residential care homes and adults with disabilities in day care centres plus a number of other specific projects.

Music For Adults with Learning Difficulties

Music For Adults with Learning Difficulties

Beautiful Sounds is  weekly music workshops for adults with learning difficulties, which are are a fun and sociable opportunity to play a range of instruments and sing.

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Drama, Arts & Crafts and Music for Learning Disabled Adults

Drama, Arts & Crafts and Music for Learning Disabled Adults

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Fun and engaging activities for learning disabled adults across the New Forest
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Music for Older People

Music for Older People

Coda’s award winning work with older people with dementia and in residential care continues to make a profound impact on the lives of local people, tackling isolation, anxiety and loss of identity through music – and addressing the health and wellbeing of older people in care.

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Learn an Instrument

At Coda Music Centre near Christchurch, on the Dorset/Hampshire border. We offer music tuition for all ages and abilities in piano, strings, woodwind, guitars, drums and vocals. Lessons can be one-to-one, in pairs or groups – depending on preference and budget. Classes are offered at a variety of times – just get in touch for current availability.

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