Previously and also known as the ukulele crash course for complete beginners, learn to uke, or beginning ukulele, this 1.5 hour workshop has no pre-requisites. You don't even need your own ukulele as there are various ones for you to try.
You will also get advice on where and how to get your first ukulele.
Learn to hold, tune, and play this fun and social instrument, including your first song!
Register for either this session only or all five sessions for a discount. Also offered on Monday January 6, 2020 at 6 pm.
The location is a unique place to experience learning and making music. The Walter Baker Building is the former administrative head office of the oldest chocolate factory in the USA, straddling over the Neponset River in Historic Lower Mills, but now housing working artists. The building has the big signs "Walter Baker" above it. Easy access from Milton T-station on the red line to Ashmont. Free street parking and on nearby approved lots.
What previous students have said
“Anne Ku’s made learning the ukulele fun, interesting, and contagious. I want to improve my technique and help others learn too! She made it so easy to learn and practice without the deep music theory.”
“Anne is enthusiastic, incredibly knowledgeable and very welcoming and inclusive. She pushes students to go beyond their current skill level and become better musicians while having fun and enjoying the camaraderie of a shared musical experience.”
“Anne’s ukulele class was terrific. As a retiree with no musical background Anne made each class easy to follow. Anne has such upbeat enthusiasm in class that you can’t help but be motivated and inspired. I’m so glad I signed up and plan on following her lessons and videos.”
More info: http://www.anneku.com/ukulele/