Wednesday, Jan 15, 2020 7:45p -
Cambridge Center for Adult Education
42 Brattle Street
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Date Idea, Meetup, Music, Performing Arts, University
For ukulele players, how do you make a song sound interesting? Explore the variety of strum patterns, riffs, syncopation, dynamics, and all that brings out your musicality.
These five week classes will empower you with the tools to bring greater joy to your playing. Prerequisite: knowledge of basic chords (C, F, G, G7) and down and upstrokes.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
After earning her MA in Music with research on the ukulele and participative music making, Anne Ku has been developing new curriculum for all ages thereby authoring a new book for the complete beginner. Previously in Hawaii, she taught world music, music theory, music history, and class piano for which she arranged famous pieces for all levels to play together like an ensemble.
What previous students said:
This class provided a great overview of strumming techniques, and we had a lot of fun playing ukulele together as a class!
Anne is tremendously knowledgeable about music. She creates a positive and fun learning environment. She offers a breadth of helpful techniques for people who are just beginning their ukulele journey.