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Ukulele

Our ukulele classes will explore this small but mighty instrument! Learn chords, melodies, and strum patterns by playing along with familiar tunes. Each level builds upon its previous class, adding more technique and musical theory along the way. 

Spring Session begins the week of April 1!

Each class will also be live-streamed and recorded for individuals who are not able to attend in person.

Ukulele 2
with Lindsay Taylor

Wednesdays, 7-7:55pm, April 3-May 22. $160

Canceled.

Ukulele 2 pre-requisites: knowing basic open chords, C, F, G, G7, D, D7, Am, and A and simple strumming patterns.

 

Ukulele 3
with Lindsay Taylor

Wednesdays, 6-6:55pm, April 3-May 22. $160

Sold out.

Ukulele 3 pre-requisites: being comfortable switching between basic open chords, a few different strumming patterns, and the basics of reading TAB melodies.

Ukulele 4 & More
with Brian Nelson

Wednesdays, 7-7:55pm, April 3-May 22. $160

Canceled.

Ukulele 4 & More pre-requisites: highly competent  at switching between open chords, developing basic bar chords, able to play single note melodies with rhythmic accompaniment, some basic understanding of music theory.

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Level 1 classes are offered during the Fall and Winter Sessions. Registration opens about a month before classes begin.

Already know the basics and want to learn how to play with other instruments? Check out our Specialty and Ensemble Classes for intermediate players.

Cancellation and Refund Policies

All Queen Bee classes need a minimum of three students to run. If a class does not meet that requirement, the class will be canceled, and registered students will be offered the following choices:

  • a credit for private lessons at the amount of their tuition

  • the registration fee can be transferred to a fully tax-deductible donation, or 

  • a refund. 

 

Credits must be used within the calendar year; they expire on December 31. Two-person classes may run as a semi-private lesson, at the discretion of Queen Bee administration and the teacher. 

 

Registration for classes remains open for 3 weeks after a session begins. Students can drop a class and receive a refund for remaining classes through the third week of the session. After week 3, registration fees are non-refundable.

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