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Thu 8 May 2014, 6:45pm–8:00pm

Where: The Works, 62 Glebe Point Road, Glebe, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Admission: $12.00 ea
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Please note:

2 ticket options: $12 = bring your own uke, $39 = a new Mahalo soprano will be provided for you to use and keep. This class will offer an introduction to ukulele playing, suitable for complete beginners and those who know just a little.

The humble ukulele has undergone something of a renaissance in the last few years, with many professional musicians (from Jake Shimabukuro to Amanda Palmer to Eddie Vedder) exploring the instrument’s versatility, and many more amateur musicians discovering the joy of learning an accessible, portable instrument.
What will we cover?

Tuning, basic chord shapes, strumming patterns, and arrangement. By the end of the session you’ll have played your way through 2-3 songs. Result! Humming and singing along is welcomed but up to you. If you’re keen to spend more time on technique, Robin can show you two-finger fingerpicking and three-finger rolls.

Who will be teaching?

Robin is a passionate ukulele evangelist, a multi-instrumentalist with credits on around twenty albums and over a decade playing in Sydney bands, and ringleader of the Leichhardt International Ukestra. The Ukestra started 3 years ago as a bit of fun, then they got pretty good, and are now regulars at festivals around the state.