CoMA/Singing the Bridge open contemporary music workshops

Two contemporary music performance workshops for amateur musicians as part of the Singing the Bridge community music/music therapy festival will be presented by CoMA (Contemporary Music for All) on Saturday, 18 of May.

CoMA is a UK-based group dedicated to bringing contemporary music to amateur audiences, and to making adventurous new music accessible to any and all, through running amateur contemporary ensembles, events, workshops and the CoMA Allcomers International Music Summer School. The workshops will be lead by pianist/composer Adam Swayne, who has had a number of significant commissions in addition to having performed at the BBC Proms and St Martin-in-the-Fields. The first, from 10am to 1pm, focusses on reading open graphic scoring, while the second, from 2pm to 5pm will be an improvisation session. The workshops are open to all ages and levels of experience, and the ability to read music is not required. The events are free of charge, though enrolment is advised by emailing

To find out more about the Singing the Bridge four-day community music event, in association with with Musicians without Borders, visit

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