Beginner Online Ukulele Lessons!
If we have to be apart, we might as well do it together"
And music is the best way to do that.
Monday to Friday each week via Zoom
For children 7-12
Square-one beginner level
9:30-10:00am Beginner UkuKidsOnline (new players)
10:15-10:45am Level II (Those who know C, Am, F, G7 chord basics)
11:00-11:30am Level III (Further skills in chording, strumming, music notation and reading)
Monday to Friday, Pacific Standard Time (+1hr=Mountain Time, +2hr=Central, +3hr=Eastern, +4hr=Atlantic)
What you would need:
Adult support. We need an adult present for phone or computer placement, a little bit of ukulele finger positioning, and sometimes personal focus.
Tuner (or phone app to tune)
Computer, phone or tablet with cell or wifi service
Access to printing technology (I'll send a pdf of a booklet)
A silent/private room to park your device and yourself, to join us
(if you can get your hands on small stick-on dots, it would be fantastic: green, blue and yellow 2@)
Need a Ukulele (and live close?): Come rent one ($5) for the week from us.
Questions? Email or call Linnea
Costs & pay methods for future Ukulele Weeks
Pay Links Here
E-transfer (Canada only) to email@example.com
Cash - not at this time of COVID
$0 - For a home budget that is maxxed already
$10 - halfish price
$25 - Usual group rate
Donate to our Bursary Funding
The Ten Stages of Ukulele Learning
STAGE 1: WOW! Unreal! I can play Ukulele..!!!
STAGE 2: Ow. My fingers.
STAGE 3: What? Two fingers at the same time..? Too much. This isn't working.
STAGE 4: Ow. My fretting fingers AND my strumming fingers..!
STAGE 5: Cool! I couldn't do that yesterday and I woke up able to do it today!
I must have dreamed myself into playing.
STAGE 6: I am SUCH a LOSER at Ukulele..........
STAGE 7: I quit... wait no, I can just... Nope, I quit!
STAGE 8: Can't wait to play Ukulele today.
STAGE 9: Wow-Ow-Cool-Dang-DRAT!-Awesome!!
STAGE 10: Work>Play>Work>Play. Joy.