Want to know what lessons are like? Try some of the demo lesson videos down below to see some of the methods and study materials that we use.
The goal of Ukulele Lessons is to be able to learn songs on your own, to be resourceful and study music independently but, to also eventually move beyond just learning songs, but to creating music and learning to be an expressive musical artist. In order to do that, you need to learn how to hold the ukulele, how to strum it properly, in other words, learn technique. You also must learn how to read and write music and rhythms, in other words, music literacy. We will guide you through this process in a methodical step-by-step process and all you have to do is practice a little bit every day. Our instructors are patient, positive and encouraging teachers that create a relaxing and entertaining study environment. Our methods are flexible and adaptable to meet the needs of each individual student. Take a look at some of the demo lessons below and you will see what music lessons are like and see what kind of study materials you will be using. We use the most cutting edge technology in terms of digital study materials, listening examples and apps that will make practicing engaging, straight forward and fun. Ukulele lessons can be taught in both German and English. As a student progresses through the levels, they will gain proficiency and music literacy through study of technique, scales, music theory, ear training, rhythm, improvisation and learning to read music charts, mainly tablature at first, but depending on the student’s goals and amount of practice that they are doing could possibly include learning how to read music notation. The goal is to reach the level where you can learn the songs that you want to learn because we realize that the lessons are more effective if the students are learning music that is engaging and relevant to them. Lessons are for Adults and Kids. Students should be at least 6 years old to start lessons although you can always do a trial lesson just to see how it goes. No previous experience is necessary to begin lessons.