Registration for the next 8-week session of my Adult Ukulele classes at Brookfield HS is already started. If you’re a new beginner, the level 1 class can fill up quickly. If you’ve already taken 1&2 or if you’re an advanced player, please consider joining the level 3 choir. We’ll need at least 5 members to run this course. Find courses at https://e-connect.ocdsb.ca or call 613-239-2751.
Ukulele Level 1: Wednesdays at 7pm
Ukulele Level 2: Tuesdays at 7:30pm
Ukulele Level 3: Choir format on Tuesdays at 6:00pm
Register now for the next 8-week term of my Ukulele group classes at Brookfield HS. They start on April 21-22: Tuesday evenings, 7pm to 8:30pm for Beginner level and any returning students go to Intermediate level on Wednesday evenings, same time.
Beginner level: Come and learn the basics of the Ukulele and music literacy, all in one course.
Intermediate level: We’ll focus on playing more ensemble/choir pieces together, which will incorporate all levels of playing and acquired skill.
Register at https://e-connect.ocdsb.ca or see info here.
Now that was a fun way to kick off the new year! Here’s a great shot my husband took of our Ukulele Choir playing ‘O Canada’ at yesterday’s Ottawa 67s game at TD Place. Many thanks to the Ottawa Folklore Centre for organizing this event! I was very happy to participate and help to lead this beautiful group and also very proud that 2 of my young Suzukulele students and 2 of my adult students came too! There’s talk of another opportunity to play again, coming up in March.
There’s also an audio clip of a story on CBC Ottawa Morning here, and some Facebook videos of our pre-game rehearsal and of the actual performance on the ice!
Photo by Steve LeBlanc.
Registration is now available for the following Adult Ukulele Programs from Winter to Spring 2015:
Play Ukulele Level 1– Tuesday nights from 7-8:30pm at Brookfield HS starts Feb 3rd. Course #75051
Play Ukulele Level 2– Wednesday nights from 7-8:30pm at Brookfield HS start Feb 4th. Course #75053
To register for the OCDSB’s Continuing Education programs go to https://e-connect.ocdsb.ca or call 613-239-2751
Ottawa Folklore Centre Ukulele Choir– Thursday nights from 7-9pm
To register contact the Ottawa Folklore Centre
If you have any questions about repertoire, how much practice required, level of knowledge required, etc… please feel free to contact me directly.