Ukulele Workshops

Schedule | 2019

Santa Fe Uke Club
Santa Fe, New Mexico February 18
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Candyman Strings & Things
Santa Fe, New Mexico February 23
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The Fret House
Covina, California March 15
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McCabe’s Music
Santa Monica, California March 16
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Sunbunker
Burbank, California March 17
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SFUSC & UOGB
Santa Fe, New Mexico March 24
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Illinois State Museum
Springfield, Illinois April 27
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New Mexico Uke Weekend
ABQ & Santa Fe, NM May 4-5
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Artichoke Coffeehouse
Portland, Oregon May 31
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PDX Workshops TBA
Portland, Oregon June 1
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Tigard Ukulele Group
Tigard, Oregon June 2
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Jansen Art Center
Lynden, Washington June 6
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Dusty Strings
Seattle, Washington June 8
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SUPA Meeting
Seattle, Washington June 9
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Spokane Ukestra
Spokane, Washington June 11
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Kamloops Ukulele Festival
Sorrento, BC, Canada June 13-16
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Camp Oo Koo Lay Lay
Lake Berryessa, Calif. June 19-23
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Cuyahoga Valley Uke Retreat
Cuyahoga Valley Nat.Park, Ohio August 23-25
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Thank You Harvard & Boston!

Posted on: September 26th, 2010 by dville

The Play Ukulele By Ear east coast workshop tour got off to a revolutionary start last Saturday night in Lexington, Massachusetts thanks to the combined turnout by members of the Ukulele Union of Harvard and the Ukulele Union of Boston.

“I got so much out of Jim’s workshop. I’m a 53 year old adult beginner with no prior experience. I’ve had my uke for about seven months and was struggling on which approach to learn to play: learn to read music, learn the notes of each string, just learn some basic chords and learn an easy song and have at it, mimic the players on YouTube? I sure many players started out this way and I’m not saying it’s a bad approach. I was just feeling overwhelmed on which way to to go…until last night (Saturday).

Jim’s approach to first understanding what makes music sound good (without complicated music theory) then applying that understanding into musically logical chord progressions allows you to start the the why along with the how. Thanks, Jim!”
Dave
“It was an excellent workshop, very informative, humorous and fun. I’d recommend Jim’s
workshop to anyone.”
Neal

Special thanks to Danno Sullivan (pictured above) for organizing a stellar ukulele event!

Next workshop:
Tuesday, Sept. 28 7pm
Glastonbury Ukulele Club
Glastonbury, CT

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