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Bootcamp was born out the pandemic, in Zoom, for ukulele players to learn the 20% needed to play 80% of what they want to play. Chords, strokes, strum patterns, songs. This is the class that gives you most amount of playing.
Tuition (shown here) covers all 7 classes and material in the online music course. Each class is video recorded together with a PDF handout so you can practice every day until the next class.
Bootcamp (or its progeny, if no longer named this) is good for a general expansion of ukulele playing. It’s beyond basic chords, but covers a little of all the other “special” classes. You’ll understand more about relationships within keys, more about strums, more about picking, more about performing. It’s like the sunflower course, expanding from the center. Data scientist, Boston, MA USA
I highly recommend this class. I’ve taken it twice, and it was different each time. The focus is mostly on strumming, but you learn different patterns, challenging songs, and a little music theory. A great overview for beginners and advanced beginners. Anne is a patient teacher who is nimble enough to adjust the materials and pace to suit her students.
This is the course to move you beyond beginning ukulele. Anne has the chops and communicates the “How To” in an engaging and very easy-to-grasp manner. It really helped me understand new concepts and learn skills that I may have missed earlier. It made me a better ukulele player. I am so glad I took this course.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Anne Ku teaches ukulele at the adult education centres in Arlington and Cambridge. Previously she has taught at Passim School of Music, Milton Adult Ed, and the Boston Public Library. She founded the weekly song session in Zoom, 3 Chord Thursdays, as a virtual stage for her students and other enthusiasts to perform, free for anyone anywhere in join each week. She is working on her second book for the ukulele "Fun with the Ukulele Vol. 1". She holds music degrees from the Netherlands and the UK. http://www.anneku.com