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Beginners Ukulele Course: a continuation

Tuesday 7 May, 6pm - 7.15pm, 6 weeks

  • 1 h 15 min
  • From 62 British pounds
  • West Hill Hall

Description of Class

There is a concession available for this course for people: Under 25, over 65 or in full time unemployment. *Please note: there will be a break on the 28th of May for half-term* This is a continuation course for people who have completed Zac's Beginner's Course, or for those who can already play a few chords, and who are wanting to take their uke playing to the next level. A fantastic starter instrument, Ukulele is a fun and practical alternative to guitar.  A great way in to learning other string instruments as well. What does the course cover? Many people who have struggled to learn an instrument are finding the ‘uke’ is a solution. It’s fun, affordable and accessible, while being extremely versatile. It’s also suitable for many musical styles and the skills learned can be transferred to other string instruments.  Please note: ukuleles not provided. Venue Westhill Hall is in the the Seven Dials area of Brighton (Compton Ave, Brighton BN1 3PS) and is a short walk from Brighton railway station. About the tutor Zac has been playing the ukulele and guitar for 30 years. He has a degree in jazz guitar and is an experienced teacher. Testimonials 'It was a very engaging class.  What I liked was the way the class was taught.  Zac gently led us into learning the music, and by the end of the hour we had got it.  Lovely space to learn in too.'  Ruth 'I loved learning a new skill with my daughter - really friendly group.  Great atmosphere - Zak is great tutor, really approachable and very patient & knowledgable.'  Sacha 'Excellent pace and very friendly tuition.  Really enjoyable.' Kim 'Very impressed by ability of teacher to get us playing tunes very quickly and in considerable variety.  I am very un-musical but with a lot of practice I think I might learn to play even a little bit, which is something I wouldn't have thought possible before I started.  Richard Friendly atmosphere and entertaining presentation.  Good choice of music and good progress too!' Ian 'Slow and methodical, excellent for beginners.'  Anon

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