Ukulele for Fun 101 Wall of assorted ukuleles


Every Monday • 3:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. • Shapiro CD

Ukulele 1, Absolute Beginner: January 14, 28 • February 11, 25 • March 11, 25 • *April 15, 29 • May 13, (27 holiday)

Ukulele 2, Advanced Beginner: January (21 holiday) • February 4, 18 • March 4, 18 • April 8, *April 22 • May 6, 20

Prerequisites : A desire to learn and have fun. You will need a ukulele, an electronic tuner, a music stand and a sense of rhythm. No ability to read music is required.

Ukulele 1, Absolute Beginner: Starts with the basics and progresses with each lesson to build proficiency and confidence.

Ukulele 2, Advanced Beginner: Will continue to build on the basic chord sets and explore strumming techniques and picking styles.

Both classes will use songs from “The Daily Ukulele - 365 Songs for Better Living” by Jim and Liz Beloff ( ISBN-13 : 978-1423477754) and other resources. All students are invited to attend both Beginner and Advanced Beginner classes but the focus for the classes will alternate each week. Just fun and friends!

*This course continues to meet during the intersession on the dates following the asterisks above.

Instructor : Linda Callen      Coordinators : Leland Akasaki and Vickie Hite

Instructional handouts:

EZ-Chords and Alternate Notations for Non Music Readers PDF File

Ukulele for Fun 101 PDF File

Jeff's Annotated Student Ukulele Chord Charts PDF File

Chord Transposing Wheel PDF File

Basic Blues Rolling 6th PDF File

Links to useful ukulele websites PDF File

32 Ukulele Strumming Patterns PDF File

Standard C6 Fretboard

Download music sheets for this class here:

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