Unleash the musical maestro within with our fun ukulele class. All levels are welcome from beginner to advanced. We'll be going over basic chords, strumming melodies and playing songs. Rent a soprano ukulele or bring your own.
This is a laid back class designed to introduce uke-curious to the instrument and to allow fellow learners to practice together in a social environment. Our number one aim is to have fun. Our number two aim is to start a band that will conquer the world and allow us all to quit our day jobs. For the moment, we'll be concentrating on number one.
The class is led by Sheela Das of Creative Concepts in Music. Sheela is a singer and songwriter who has been performing for the past 20 years, has written over 130 songs and taught thousands of individuals how to write their own songs through workshops and camps. Creative Concepts in Music opens people up to a world of creative thinking through music, song writing and inspiring workshops that boost musical intelligence and build community.
Cost is $15 with ukulele rental or $10 if you bring your own ukulele. Pay here:
Or pay $13/ $18 cash in person on the night.
What to bring?
If you have a ukulele, bring it. If not you can rent one - please purchase the appropriate ticket so that we can reserve one for you! Feel free to bring a notebook if you like to take notes.
Do I need experience?
We really mean none. It helps if you know what a ukulele is but we're pretty flexible on that point too.
How often is the lesson?
Every Monday evening from[masked]pm
What if I want to come and play but not have the lesson?
Please join us! Come along at 8.30pm when the lesson is wrapping up.
What kind of Ukuleles do you use?
We have Makala and Kahala soprano ukes.
How do I prepare?
Buy your ticket, chill out, get some inspiration from youtube if you'd like! Please arrive early so that we can start promptly and get the most out of the class.
Can I come alone?
Of course YES you should come alone if you'd like. This is a very social class and when you're not furiously strumming you'll be getting to know other ukulele players and figuring out how you will handle your fame (see objective 2).
Where do I park?
You should be able to find street parking in the surrounding area; down Bridge Avenue, W28th, W29th and the parking lot at Lorain and W26th.
We have a limited number of ukuleles so please reserve early to secure your space! Get your tickets here by selecting the appropriate date: