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Ukulele Beginners

Course Overview

The Ukulele brings a smile to every face!

In this beginner's Ukulele course, you will learn about the parts and history of the ukulele, as well as how to play the instrument correctly.

Lindy, an experienced teacher and musician, will guide you through the immediate and enjoyable learning process, ensuring you not only play tunes right away but also gain the knowledge and fundamentals to continue your ukulele exploration. Lindy's extensive musical expertise, enriched by her global pursuit of the ukulele's possibilities, adds a unique touch to this engaging course.

What you will learn:
  • Learn to play tunes from the start in a fun and interactive environment.
  • Acquire the fundamentals and knowledge to continue your ukulele learning journey independently.
  • Explore the history and cultural significance of the ukulele, from its development in the 1880s to its introduction to Hawaii by Portuguese immigrants in 1879.
  • Understand the ukulele's global influence, from its association with Hawaiian music to becoming a cultural icon in Japan, transforming music education in Canada, and gaining popularity worldwide.
Term 2 Dates

Term 2 for Ukulele Beginners runs from Sunday 5 May to Sunday 12 May.

Material List
  • Ukulele - If you don’t have one, we can provide you with one for use during this class. Please make sure you contact us to confirm this arrangement; you can send us an email or give us a call. A selection of quality and pre-prepared ukuleles is available for sale at the first meeting, starting from as low as $40. Good advice and demonstrations are provide

The Ukulele has travelled all over, so you can enjoy any music style of your choice. 

Give it a go. You’ll be hooked! 

Taimane Gardner playing Ukulele at the San Diego Ukulele Festival, 2014

Honoka & Azita: Wipeout

Jake Shimabukuro performing George Harrison’s 'While My Guitar Gently Weeps’

Willie K performing Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah' 

Israel Kamakawiwo’ole performing ‘Over the Rainbow' & 'What a Wonderful World Medly', 1993

Jake Shimabukuro performing ‘Kilauea’, The Nashville Sessions

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Monday to Friday - 10:00am to 6:00pm
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