Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and Coda Music Trust are running a free interactive musical workshop suitable for all the family on Sunday 7 April between 2pm and 4pm at St Michael’s Primary School, Bournemouth, as part of the BSO’s Family Orchestra.
The BSO’s Family Orchestra has been designed to bring together families of all shapes and sizes to share the joy of making music together. This free session will offer the chance for new musicians, and rusty ones alike, to work together, play together and create brand new pieces of music from scratch.
Sam Mason, an experienced workshop leader and one of the BSO’s Associate Musicians, runs the BSO’s Family Orchestra sessions, which take place once a month in Bournemouth. The Family Orchestra in Bournemouth is run in partnership with Coda Music Trust in Christchurch.
Inclusivity is key and the Family Orchestra is open to everyone. All ages, instruments and any musical standard are welcome, there are no auditions and you don’t even need your own instrument. Just turn up and play on the handheld percussion provided, or sing! From experienced musicians to those who have just started on an instrument, or never played before, all are welcome.
For more information or to sign up for this free session, please contact: Chris Bell at Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra firstname.lastname@example.org / 01202 644725
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